Episode 8 -- Bring eggs to room temp for cake -- Kathleen Phillips from Grits and Gouda

Hey there Friends and Foodies,

 This week Kathleen and I talked about a wide variety of things and I promised to put links in the notes to several things:

The first is Kathleen’s book, Magic Cakes. You guys, you need to check out this book.  It’s basically a special cake batter that separates into three layers and she created like a million flavors for you to try. Ok, maybe not a million, but you get it. It’s a lot of flavors, like Dulce De Leche, Cardamon Sweet Potato and Maple Bacon. The best part is you just make the batter and ta-da: cake! Like, you don’t have to do anything else. So ummm, why the heck would you not make this?

The second is Kathleen’s blackberry (or black raspberry) vinaigrette. I swear I think I will eat 1000 salads based off of that recipe alone. It just sounded so good when she chatted about it. I can’t get over it!

And don’t forget about her famous two ingredient biscuits. You guys, I will never make biscuits another way. Why even bother?

And, don’t forget about Kathleen’s son, Grayson’s charity, Outdoor Ability Foundation. They are going to be giving away a chair at the November 1 Holiday Cooking Show in Gardendale, AL. Kathleen is going to be there teaching a holiday cooking class and just throwing out all types of cooking tips for the holidays. I swear if I had the opportunity to go to Alabama to be there I would. It just sounds like so much fun plus you are going to get to see a child get an action track chair that is probably going to change their entire life!  So, if you are anywhere nearby, go already.

You can find Kathleen at her blog, on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

You can find the transcript here.

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