Author: Kelly Anthony

In the Kitchen w/ Kelly: Aggie Oatmeal Cookies

Football season is back, and it is time, once again, for Aggieland to come together and show some support for our favorite football team. I’ll admit, I’m no football aficionado. I have an attention span that lasts about as long as my three year old daughter’s, and I was never really the “sporty” type to begin with. But never-the-less, I sure do love football season. Maybe it has something to do with the time of year, when Texas transitions out of the heat of the summer and into the cool fall months. Maybe it’s the fact that I live...

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In the Kitchen w/ Kelly: Mini Corn Dog Muffins

I gotta tell ya, mealtime got a little tougher after having children. Dinners that were once full of conversation and smiles were replaced by mostly just toddler meltdowns. If you are a parent of a strong-willed child, I know you feel my pain, and friend take solace in knowing that I feel yours right back. If you are in need of a meal that won’t have your child spiraling out of control at the dinner table, I offer you this recipe, as a peaceful retreat back to the good ol’ days. No kids, that’s ok. We all know you...

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In the Kitchen w/ Kelly: Spaghetti Squash with Fresh Basil and Parmesan Cheese

The summer months are going to be here in no time, which means sooner than later for Texas, and it will be almost unavoidable to be seen in a bathing suit. The kids will be chomping at the bit for a little pool time, and I’ll undoubtedly be caught standing next to someone who might be a little leaner than me. I guess it’s time to start pretending like I enjoy eating healthy and disdain the thought of bread. Hilarious. While I know cutting back on the carbs isn’t going to bless me with abs of steel, I guess...

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In the Kitchen w/ Kelly: Antipasto Pasta Salad

Party or no party, I adore a good ol’ antipasto platter any day of the week. Italian ingredients like marinated fresh Mozzarella and salty, piquant Sopressata have my heart. Not only are they full of tasty little bites, but they’re also beyond easy to make. The ingredients are typically store-bought items arranged on a single platter to come together in one big flavor explosion. As far as I’m concerned, there’s only one thing missing from an antipasto platter, and with zero regard of stating the obvious, I’m going to go ahead and say it: Pasta. Okay, okay…I know that’s...

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In the Kitchen w/ Kelly: Pimm’s Cup

I’m one of those people who has to stare at a drink menu for a solid 5-10 minutes before I can make up my mind when it comes to a cocktail. If we’re talking wine, no problem there. Hit me with something dry, red and preferably from Argentina or Italy, and bing-bang-boom, I’m a happy gal. However, if the wine selection is scarce, I typically take a gander at the specialty cocktails. Not all that long ago, my guy and I had ourselves a little Saturday day-date and I found myself mulling over the cocktail list, unable to make...

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