Author Archives: Kasey

  1. A Peek Inside the January Pairings Box: Brunch Gathering

    If I could, I’d eat breakfast three times a day. And if you’ve gotten to know my taste, you’ve probably recognized that I choose sweet over savory most mornings. The only thing I enjoy as much as a stack of pancakes, crêpes, or waffles, are perfectly scrambled eggs and a toasty, buttery piece of bread Continue…

  2. How to Throw a Killer 1st Birthday Party

    All photos in this post are by the talented Rachelle Derouin. A few weeks ago, we celebrated our daughter Neko’s 1st birthday at my parents’ house. Not being much of a DIY’er in recent years, I went a little overboard with the planning, decorations, and cooking. I bought bamboo forks and hand-stamped the letter N Continue…

  3. How to Ask Someone to Dinner (And Plan the Perfect Evening)

    With Valentine’s Day around the corner, I thought I’d share some thoughts on what it means to ask someone to dinner. I’ve been married for almost five years so it’s rare for anyone to ask me to dinner but I’ve been on the receiving end of a lot of single gal stories about dudes who Continue…

  4. On Healthy Eating

    In college, I had two specialties of the house: pasta with jarred alfredo sauce and Trader Joe’s Pad Thai. My most important kitchen gadgets were: a blender (cocktails, duh!) and a toaster (bagels, duh). There have been points in my life when I considered a bag of mini Hostess donuts a reasonable ‘snack’ and a Continue…

  5. A Peek Inside the December Pairings Box: Scandinavian Gathering

    I’ll admit to having a minor obsession with all things Scandinavian including (but not limited to): Ikea, gnomes, Moomintrolls, Finn Crisps, forest berries, and glogg. I mean, seriously. It took me over two years to create a recipe collection inspired by this region. What I love about the collection is the fact that each recipe Continue…

  6. A Peek Inside the November Pairings Box: Pizza Party

    On December 31st, 2013, we chased down the mailman to get out the very last shipment of December Pairings Boxes. You may or may not know that I’m actually pretty hands off when it comes to packaging and shipping Pairings Boxes (Matt is a one man show). He’s also the one who handles all our Continue…

  7. A Peek Inside the October Pairings Box: Bistro Dinner

    As much as I love cooking in the summer, when the market feels like a gluttonous feast in and of itself, fall and winter hold a special place in my heart. Warm, textured soups, hearty greens and little nibbles frequently grace our table. I’m a bit behind, I know, in sharing peeks into our past Continue…

  8. Sweet Paul Magazine Kids Holiday Issue + Cheese Sticks Recipe

    We’re big fans of Sweet Paul Magazine, a beautiful lifestyle publication that is printed and published digitally (print issues are available for purchase at Anthropologie). When a new issue is released, I feel like images from the site appear all over the Internet because they are just that beautiful. The folks at Sweet Paul Magazine Continue…

  9. Turntable Kitchen’s Holiday Gift Guide: Food, Drink, Entertaining

    We’ve searched high and low to compile some unique holiday gift ideas for you. Whether you’re shopping for your mom, dad, boyfriend, girlfriend, best friend, sibling, or a co-worker, we think we’ve found some great gifts for you to choose from. In addition to these items, we are currently accepting new subscribers to the Turntable Continue…

  10. Food and Music Gifts for Everyone

    Update: Very limited copies of the Local Natives Pairings Box are still available. Subscribe today! *** If you’re like me, you obsess over getting your loved ones the *perfect* gifts for the holidays. You try to be original, thoughtful and insightful. That’s where Turntable Kitchen comes in. Virtually all of our products are gender-neutral, and somewhat age-neutral, too. Did Continue…

  11. The Ultimate Food and Music Guide to San Francisco

    We’ve done a number of City Guides here on Turntable Kitchen, and the other day, as I was taking a stroll through Golden Gate Park, I realized that I’ve never actually done a City Guide for the city that I live in. The one I’ve lived in for the past 8+ years! How crazy is Continue…

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