This simple, but impressive lemon garlic shrimp recipe, is perfect for those hot summer days.
Honest Cooking’s Katherine Ingui visits one of Italy’s many fantastic weekend food markets.
Pour in a tart shell and top with ice cream, add to a trifle dish with berries and amaretto cookies, or serve firm with gingersnaps- the possibilities are endless.
Katherine Ingui gets the rare opportunity to leave her lifestyle in exchange for something a lot more community-based.
This easy, do-it-yourself recipe can be altered any way you like.
Katherine Ingui serves up probably the easiest bread recipe you will ever try.
This easy cranberry bread is lovely and light, and its tartness is balanced by the orange zest.
Quick and easy pickling doesn’t take long. It’s a treat, and absolutely worth trying.
These muffins are perfect for fall, filled with apples, and great to share – just don’t forget to add the streusel.
If you’re in need for a great cup of coffee or a good glass of wine and a bite to eat, take refuge in Octane.
When you find yourself in a restaurant as aesthetically pleasing and accommodating as The National, you might just stay for hours.
Fresh peaches plus fresh figs equals a wonderful summer dessert.
Figs, summertime, and the relentless Georgia heat. That’s pretty much all Katherine Ingui has been thinking about for the past few days.
The group of close friends, better known as the Fourcoursemen, are chefs, artists, and connoisseurs of all things delicious, living and working in Athens, Georgia.
If you’re a traveler with a stomach as your guide, you’ll be glad you took the train to Brooklyn.
If you’re looking for somewhere great to sit and dine, have coffee and study, or meet a group of friends for board games, s’Nice is one of your best choices in the West Village.
Can two good things like beer and chocolate come together and produce something even better? Katherine Ingui thinks so.
Katherine Ingui took it upon herself to bake gluten-free scones last week, using fresh blueberries from her parents’ summer crop.