Recipes

In 1977, Deborah Barsel, a bored assistant registrar at the George Eastman Museum in Rochester, N.Y., decided to try a fun side project. She would create a cookbook made up of recipes and images from famous photographers of the day. She sent letters to various artists and put an ad in the museum's magazine asking for submissions. In return, she received 120 photos, recipes and even a postcard from urban photographer John Gossage saying simply: "I eat out."

For those who like to try new recipes at Thanksgiving, let Clay Dunn and Zach Patton be your guides. They're the couple behind the food blog, The Bitten Word, and every year before the holiday, they scan 10 leading food magazines to identify recipe trends.

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Paducah author Pamela Whinnery has collected recipes from Tennessee and Kentucky celebrities and published them in two cookbooks. On Sounds Good, she explains how she went about collecting the recipes from Academy award winners, to well-known musicians, to Olympic medalists. Whinnery splits the proceeds of sales of the cookbooks with non-profits, large and small and previews the event Monday at WKCTC.

On a special Sounds Good with Dr. Bob, we met a dietitian and good cook Kathy Timmons. She has some scrumptious recipes that you’ll want to try during the holidays. Try one of these this season: 

Kathy Timmons’ Holiday Recipes:

Kate Lochte speaks with Shannon Smurthwaite, author of "Mormon Mama Italian Cookbook" on Sounds Good. They talk about her inspiration for writing the cookbook, capturing the recipes form her family heritage, and how her Mormon faith has influenced the writing. Shannon is looking for an original pasta recipe in honor of National Pasta Day October 17. Winners get a copy of the cookbook and are featured on her website myitalianmama.com

Summer Soup Recipes from Artisan Kitchen

Jul 29, 2013
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In our second installment of Summer Recipes Sound Good, David Jones of Artisan Kitchen cooks up some refreshing entrees. David and Kate talk about a summer soup: gazpacho! David shares his recipes for a red pepper gazpacho and a creamy summer squash basil soup. Both of these recipes are on David's blog at ArtisanKitchen.net. Artisan Kitchen is located at 1704 Broadway in Paducah.

Artisan Kitchens' Summer Recipes Sound Good

Jun 24, 2013
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In our first installment of Summer Recipes Sound Good, David Jones of Artisan Kitchen cooks up some refreshing entrees, including a fresh Mediterranean chopped salad with cucumber and feta, a mango salsa with jalapeno, Italian bread salad and more. He talks about a cooking class opportunity at Artisan Kitchen and how to pick the perfect watermelon. Artisan Kitchen is located at 1704 Broadway in Paducah.

For more, visit ArtisanKitchen.net.