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.

Thai Shrimp And Asparagus. Listening To Just Lions.

Whipping up dinner doesn’t get much easier than this. Some purchased sweet Thai chili sauce glazes shrimp that you serve over rice with a side of soy sauce-napped asparagus. Light and fabulous and no special frying equipment required. :) Thai … Continue reading

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Halloumi With Caper, Lemon And Chili Dressing. New Music From Chet Delcampo.

In just 10 minutes you can be digging into this light meal. Slices of pan-fried halloumi cheese are served atop a bed of herby quinoa and mixed greens then dressed with a bright caper, lemon and chilli dressing. Halloumi With … Continue reading

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White Chocolate Cashew Cookies. Hot New Music From Skellums.

There is no way I will ever think of a treat again without thinking of the Yas cat. Treat yourself to these rich White Chocolate Cashew Cookies. I always forget how wonderful cashews are in cookies. White Chocolate Cashew Cookies … Continue reading

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Dippy Eggs With Marmite Soldiers

For some of you, the title of today’s recipe might leave question marks circling around your head. Dippy eggs (outside of Pennsylvania where they describe sunny side up or over easy eggs with runny yolks to dip toast into) are … Continue reading

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Chicken Thighs in Honey-Sesame Marinade. Shipman On The Stereo.

A chicken crossing the road is poultry in motion. Chicken thighs are my favorite cut to grill. I find them easier to get uniformly done without overcooking or undercooking. Here they are marinated overnight in a thick, spiced up marinade … Continue reading

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Neapolitan Hi-Hat Cake

I like to make really fun cakes for my kids on their birthdays. Well, this Neapolitan Hi-Hat Cake sure fits that bill. It’s size alone is pretty impressive. Then there are all those supremely yummy components. A super rich, fudgy … Continue reading

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Moroccan Lamb Steaks On Couscous. Listening To Candlepower.

Moroccan Lamb Steaks On Couscous would be equally at home on a dinner party table or for a quick midweek meal. The soy-honey-rosemary marinade is so good. I don’t normally think of that flavor combo as Moroccan, but I guess … Continue reading

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