Kansas City Style Dry Rub is critical for Kansas City Style Ribs! This sweet and slightly spicy rub is a simple but effective recipe using ingredients you already have. Use this dry rub for your Kansas City Style Ribs and Kansas City Style BBQ Sauce. Combine all the ingredients in […]
Homemade Vegetable Stock is insanely better than store bought and incredibly good for you. You could use scraps leftover from other recipes but I think it’s best with fresh vegetables. I have a nice vegetable winter soup recipe coming up that requires vegetable stock. I’ve tried so many different packaged […]
Homemade Pumpkin Spice can be made with just five common pantry ingredients. Double or triple or ‘whatever 10x is’ this recipe so you have plenty to last this Fall. It’s not just for lattes!! You may be surprised to find out that I /hate/ pumpkin spice. Just the idea of […]
Chicken Stock is the foundation for building many recipes. This classic preparation yields a clean fresh stock you’ll never get from a box or can. Hundreds of recipes use Chicken Stock for their foundations and flavoring. Soups and stews and braises. Rice and pasta and grains. Gravy and sauces and […]
Homemade Corn Tortillas are hands down the easiest (and most worth your time) recipe on Eat Up! Kitchen. There’s just two ingredients – masa and water. What else do you need for (probably) the best corn tortillas you’ve ever had in your life?? I’m glad you asked! One of the […]
What the heck is Kohlrabi and how can you cook with it? I finally signed up for a farm share this past month! I signed up with Philly Foodworks primarily because they have a drop off location about 50 yards from my front door – this is key when living […]
I was having a hard time deciding on something quick and easy to make with the defrosting chicken breasts in my fridge. I’ve braised and I’ve nuggetted. I’ve pan roasted and I’ve souped. The weather was nice but I was feeling too lazy to clean the grill. Not lazy enough to make my […]
Homemade Grass Fed Raw Milk Mozzarella certainly is a mouthful. A mouthful of delicious accomplishment! I’ve always wanted to make cheese at home so I thought I’d give it a shot with some raw milk I picked up at the Fair Food Farmstand in Reading Terminal Market.