Football season is here, which means it’s not game time if there aren’t buffalo wings to share! These are just as good on the grill as they are in the oven. Plus, our Blue Cheese Dip is sure to become a fan favorite. So, tell your crew to bring the brews – you’ve got the hot wings covered!
Chef Ethan Stowell’s fresh pasta craftsmanship is on full display with this stunningly simple parmesan pasta flecked with lots of cracked pepper. Paired with a beet and arugula salad and marinated olives, you might as well be seated at his trattoria, Rione XIII.
This is a Kitchen & Market fan favorite for a reason. Our customers say this chili is literally the BEST and we completely agree! Plus, there’s no cozier smell in the fall than a big pot of chili bubbling away. We love making ours on the stovetop in a big dutch oven, but this recipe is also excellent in a slow cooker or instant pot!
Who doesn’t love a good stir fry?! With a delicious Asian-inspired flavor profile, this dinner is colorful, and comes together quickly! Servings: 3 Kitchen Time: 25 minutes Active Time: 10 minutes In Your Kit: K&M Ginger Scallion Chicken Thighs K&M Stir-Fry Sauce K&M Peppers & Onions Broccoli Stir-Fry Noodles Scallions Pantry Items: Vegetable Oil PREP: Cut the florets from the head of the broccoli. Thinly slice the scallions at an angle and set aside for garnish. STIR-FRY: Heat about 1 Tbsp oil in a pan over medium-high heat. Place the chicken thighs in the pan and cook for about...
Autumn wouldn't be complete without a warm bowl of risotto. We look forward to this version with butternut and delicata squash every year! A lovely vegetarian entrée for two or a perfect side dish for four, plus leftover squash soup for lunch!
We’re bringing you a little taste of Germany with this simple yet extremely delicious sausage skillet meal. Nestle bratwursts, from Uli’s Famous Sausage - Seattle’s very own local German butcher, into pillowy pretzel rolls, which goes perfectly with our Heirloom Potato Salad. Might we suggest pairing this with a couple of lagers? Prost!