Author Archives: I Sing In The Kitchen

About I Sing In The Kitchen

Music obsessed cooking freak whipping up fab food one song at at time.

Brazilian Fish Stew (Moqueca de Peixe)

Moqueca, which originates from the state of Bahia in Brazil, is a light fish stew in a coconut broth flavored with herbs, ginger root and some tomato. The hearts of palm makes it a wonderfully different dish. Brazilian Fish Stew … Continue reading

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Fried Chicken Pizza Crust. Randolph’s Leap On The Stereo.

Yep. You read that recipe title right. Fried Chicken Pizza Crust. Insane, right? As you know, I love these kind of over-the-top recipes especially when they are as easy as this one. Just substitute fried chicken for dough and layer … Continue reading

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Raisin Pecan Oatmeal Cookies

I don’t make cookies with raisins in them very often because my crew always ask, “What? No chocolate chips?” But I make chocolate chip cookies so often that sometimes I need to fill the cookie jar with some other flavor. … Continue reading

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Recipe Ideas For Halloween

The last time I did a Halloween recipe roundup was 2 years ago. Check out the post here which includes recipes for Bloody Jelly Donut Eyeballs, Spicy Witch Fingers, Bloody Cake Brains, Mummy Dogs and Mummy Burgers. Since then I’ve … Continue reading

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Crescent Roll Chile Rellenos. New Music From Girlpool.

This took me a few goes to get….Hilarious. Traditional Chile Rellenos, those cheese-stuffed, roasted poblano peppers that are battered and fried, are a real treat. You can get all of the great flavors of the dish in this super easy … Continue reading

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One Pot Linguine With Roasted Peppers, Sun-Dried Tomatoes, & Brie. New Music From Aidan John Moffat.

Probably the funniest 5 seconds around: Remember the One Pan Pasta recipe I posted about a year ago? Uncooked linguine was tossed together with some tomatoes, seasonings and water then cooked about 10 minutes until the water was evaporated and … Continue reading

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Easy 4 Ingredient Toffee. The Pastels On The Stereo.

I’ve made toffee quite a few times in my kitchen adventures, but never without a candy thermometer. So, I was more than intrigued when I came across this recipe that not only has just 4 ingredients, but instructs that the … Continue reading

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