Weekend Warriors, The Kitchen Chaotic

The first post I ever received comments on was about pizza (you can read it here) and one of the first people to make those comments was Kara from The Kitchen Chaotic (www.thekitchenchaotic.com).  She was the first blog I ever followed and has continued to win me over with her sassy (sometimes hysterical) accounts of her kitchen adventures, while expounding on the virtues of savory over sweet (savory French Toast bites, anyone? Yes, Please!!!!).  That makes her this week’s Weekend Warrior.

Here’s what Kara says about herself:

“Hi there! My name is Kara, I’m originally from Nebraska, have lived in a couple of different cities throughout the midwest and recently moved to Chicago. I’ve been thinking/talking about/desperately wanting to start a blog for years. Finally I have some spare time and I’m excited to actually do it to it!

Cooking makes me happy.  Cooking for other people makes me euphoric.  I love the planning, the inspiration, the feeling that goes into every individual dish.  I love breathing in the scent a simmering pot and instinctively knowing the finished product will be delicious. And I love creating my own flavor profiles, recipes and meals.

When I was little, my favorite game to play was “make whatever you can make”. This fun little ditty consisted of my sister and I ransacking the kitchen and putting anything and everything into a bowl, to then be baked in the oven at 350 degrees for twenty minutes, no matter what the content. I’m pretty sure I baked paste (flour and water and seriously nothing else) at one point. Poor mom, she taste-tested every single creation with nary a grimace, like a champ.

Fast forward 2 decades and “make whatever you can make” is still my favorite game. But now, instead of ransacking the pantry for ingredients, I hit up the web for a recipe starting point and twist and change it based on what I have in the kitchen and what I think would taste better. After all, girl’s on a budget, and 15 ingredients per meal is much too ‘spency for me.

I’m always open for questions, suggestions and comments, so shoot me an email if you need help or have an idea for me to incorporate!”

So drop by and see what Kara is up to, and get inspired to create your own chaotic kitchen.

Have a lovely weekend!

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