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Tired of cooking the same old things? Same! So, let's get inspired for our next cooking adventure! Whether you enjoy cooking or just like good food, join us every Tuesday as we share recipes and ideas for making food we love in our own home kitchens.

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Tired of cooking the same old things? Same! So, let's get inspired for our next cooking adventure! Whether you enjoy cooking or just like good food, join us every Tuesday as we share recipes and ideas for making food we love in our own home kitchens.

    Plum Cake with Streusel

    Plum Cake with Streusel

    We can't seem to get enough of these vintage recipes here at Three Kitchens Podcast. This week, we've got Plum Cake with Streusel, a family recipe from Erin's Oma.

    In baking and pastry making, streusel is a crumbly topping of flour, butter, and sugar that is baked on top of muffins, breads, pies, and cakes. In this recipe, the cake is topped with plums and streusel. It's not too sweet, perfect for dessert or tea time with Oma. 

    Substitute just about any fruit of your choice with this cake and make it a recipe to hand down through your own family. We guarantee everyone will want the recipe, and a second slice of this cake. 

    Episode Links
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    ~ Plum Cake Recipe
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    Three Kitchens Podcast - a home cooking show
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    • 27 min
    SPEAKEASY: Yogurt Soju

    SPEAKEASY: Yogurt Soju

    This week on Three Kitchens Speakeasy, Sarah's sharing a South Korean drink that brings back good memories. Or rather, good times with lost memories in South Korea.

    This one is made with a Korean spirit called soju, which Sarah tells us must be mixed with something tasty because on its own, soju is terrible. The flavours have Erin and Heather completely fooled and neither of them were even close to the special ingredient that makes this cocktail so tasty. Turns out, it's yakult --  a Japanese sweetened probiotic milk beverage, like a yogurt drink. Sarah mixed yakult and soju with Sprite and froze it until it was nice and slushy. 

    Careful with this one, because once you start, it's hard to stop and even harder to get off your chair after a couple of these drinks.

    Cheers!

    Episode Links
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    ~ Yogourt Soju Recipe
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    BONUS
    Speakeasy Series
    Produced by Three Kitchens Podcast
    Music by Lori Anderson Doering @alegriasguitarstudio
    Check out our website  where you can listen to all of our episodes, and find recipes on our blog (psst! there are even some extra recipes never discussed on the podcast!).
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    • 9 min
    Interview with American Vintage Chef Kiki Coll

    Interview with American Vintage Chef Kiki Coll

    In this episode of Three Kitchens Podcast, we welcome special guest Chef Kiki Coll to chat about vintage American recipes. We had a lot of fun and we could have talked all day long about American cooking circa 1920s-70s. 

    Chef Kiki's love of vintage food goes back to her childhood, learning to cook from her mother and other home cooks in her life. Kiki runs a popular Facebook group called Vintage Recipes, where she posts original recipes from her mother, and some she finds in old cookbooks and newspapers. She also publishes vintage recipe booklets, and has a busy personal chef business in Delaware. 

    We made two of Kiki's recipes, Orange Glazed Hens and Valentine's Prosecco Fruit Jelly.  We loved both of these recipes. They've absolutely stood the test of time and we want you all to go and make them. We're not posting Kiki's recipes on our blog because we want you to check out her website and grab those recipes there. Find the links below! 

    Chef Kiki agreed to cook a vintage recipe that we shared with her as well. Erin found it in an old Woodward's recipe book. Spinach Topped Tomatoes are a great side dish to go with those delicious Cornish hens. Kiki put her own zhuzh on this recipe that we can't wait to try. As you can tell, we loved this whole meal and really enjoyed our conversation with Chef Kiki. Find the tomatoes recipe on our blog. 

    What's your favourite taste of nostalgia?


    Episode Links
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    ~ Vintage Recipes Facebook group
    ~ Chef Kiki Coll's Website
    ~ Spinach Stuffed Tomatoes Recipe
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    Three Kitchens Podcast - a home cooking show
    Check out our website  where you can listen to all of our episodes, and find recipes on our blog (psst! there are even some extra recipes never discussed on the podcast!).
    www.threekitchenspodcast.com
    ~~~~
    Or join us on our socials!
    Instagram @three_kitchens_podcast
    Facebook @threekitchenspodcast
    Pinterest @threekitchenspodcast
    YouTube @threekitchenspodcast
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    Drop us a comment or give us a like - we'd love to hear from you!

    • 34 min
    SPEAKEASY : Hot Buttered Rum

    SPEAKEASY : Hot Buttered Rum

    This week on Three Kitchens Speakeasy segment, Erin brings a classic Hot Buttered Rum cocktail that she discovered in a 1970's entertaining guide. She shares some vintage ideas from the past and the vintage prices included in the guide.

    This cocktail contains rum, butter, hot water or cider, a sweetener and various spices.

    Tune in to warm the cockles of your heart with this drink and these memories.

    Cheers!

    Episode Links
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    ~ Hot Buttered Rum Recipe
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    BONUS
    Speakeasy Series
    Produced by Three Kitchens Podcast
    Music by Lori Anderson Doering @alegriasguitarstudio
    Check out our website  where you can listen to all of our episodes, and find recipes on our blog (psst! there are even some extra recipes never discussed on the podcast!).
    www.threekitchenspodcast.com
    ~~~~
    Or join us on our socials!
    Instagram @three_kitchens_podcast
    Facebook @threekitchenspodcast
    Pinterest @threekitchenspodcast
    YouTube @threekitchenspodcast
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    Drop us a comment or give us a like - we'd love to hear from you!

    • 10 min
    Pink Pierogi

    Pink Pierogi

    By now our regular Three Kitchens Podcast listeners know how we adore a good dumpling. We're guessing you do, too. What's not to love about soft little parcels of dough filled with, well, just about anything? This week, Heather makes us pink pierogi filled with a spinach, potato and feta filling. This is going to appeal to your dumpling-loving heart and it makes a pretty plate to serve to your guests.

    These pierogi are made pink by the addition of beet juice in the dough. It's as simple as that. They don't taste of beets, but the veggies give this dough a beautiful and unexpected colour. The filling of mashed potato, wilted spinach and feta cheese is one of the best pierogi fillings we've tasted. If you prefer a plain pierogi dough, that's great too, but give this filling a try. It's so good.   

     
    Episode Links
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    ~ Pink Pierogi and Potato, Spinach and Feta filling recipe
    ~ Regular Pierogi Dough Recipe
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    Three Kitchens Podcast - a home cooking show
    Check out our website  where you can listen to all of our episodes, and find recipes on our blog (psst! there are even some extra recipes never discussed on the podcast!).
    www.threekitchenspodcast.com
    ~~~~
    Or join us on our socials!
    Instagram @three_kitchens_podcast
    Facebook @threekitchenspodcast
    Pinterest @threekitchenspodcast
    YouTube @threekitchenspodcast
    ~~~~
    Drop us a comment or give us a like - we'd love to hear from you!

    • 30 min
    SPEAKEASY : The Bee's Knees

    SPEAKEASY : The Bee's Knees

    On this Bonus, Speakeasy Episode, Heather shares a cocktail and a mocktail, although one of her co-hosts doesn't take time to read her instructions and invents a whole new drink that we've dubbed "Sarah's Knees."

    I guess that gives away the mystery doesn't it? Well, tune in anyway for a good laugh and to discover what you should be filling your glass with this Friday.

    Cheers, friends!

    Episode Links
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    ~ Bee's Knees Cocktail recipe
    ~ Grapefruit Thyme Fizz Mocktail recipe
    ~ Calgary Farmer's Market West
    ~ Fallen Timber Meadery
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    BONUS
    Speakeasy Series
    Produced by Three Kitchens Podcast
    Music by Lori Anderson Doering @alegriasguitarstudio
    Check out our website  where you can listen to all of our episodes, and find recipes on our blog (psst! there are even some extra recipes never discussed on the podcast!).
    www.threekitchenspodcast.com
    ~~~~
    Or join us on our socials!
    Instagram @three_kitchens_podcast
    Facebook @threekitchenspodcast
    Pinterest @threekitchenspodcast
    YouTube @threekitchenspodcast
    ~~~~
    Drop us a comment or give us a like - we'd love to hear from you!

    • 8 min

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