I love it when people discover that they can make something from scratch. There is this light in their eyes that pops with possibility and curiosity. This is why the kitchen is such a great place for kids; they can experience this pop every day by playing with food! One way to encourage this pop … Continue reading Quest: Reverse-engineer a recipe!
Guest Post by Sarah Wilson of The Wandering Rumpus I have three girls who each have very different food preferences. As a parent, this is not always easy and sometimes very frustrating, but occasionally, I find a fun way to encourage them to cook or try something new. Here are three ways we’ve found this … Continue reading 3 Fun Ways to Encourage your Kids to Cook & Taste Food
When I was a teenager, my sister was gifted a subscription to a cooking magazine. While each of us enjoyed cooking before this gift, the magazine inspired us with tantalizing photos, helpful kitchen hacks, new flavor combinations and technical challenges. Not every recipe was great, but we saved the ones we liked the best and … Continue reading Fast Pantry Pasta with Tomato Cream
There are still tickets to our New Orleans Cooking Class! Check it out! Last Spring my family flocked from all over the country to gather in New Orleans, the city where my Dad grew up, the fifth generation of Capos to do so. It was the first time my siblings and I had been to … Continue reading Exploring New Orleans with the Taste Buds…and Emily’s étouffée recipe
By Kathryn Phillips Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of representing Taste Quest to visit The East Nashville YCAP (YMCA Community Action Programs) for some foodie fun. I came armed with our Summer Bucket List Challenge, snacks to go around, a foodie game, and TQ souvenirs—all I needed were some adventurous kiddos, and boy, … Continue reading Exercising Taste Buds with YMCA Campers
The Holidays According to Nashville, Part 3: Jill Melton, Publisher of Edible Nashville Magazine Imagine a world in which your kids make all the Christmas Cookies...and clean up too! It can happen! To help your family achieve this vision, throughout December we will be sharing seasonal recipes from cooks across Nashville. These are all dishes to help … Continue reading Pecan Sandies (aka German Drop Cookies)
Whenever I see the judges on the Great British Bake-Off criticize the contestants' breadsticks for not having that "snap," I just shake my head. You see, in my head, breadsticks are fluffy and chewy. They are also shaped like turkeys and Christmas trees. Growing up, we used our bread machine to make lots of different … Continue reading Holiday Bread Sculptures