My husband created this recipe and our kids love it.read more
Paella is a Spanish rice dish originally from Valencia. Paella is one of the best-known dishes in the Spanish cuisine. My grandmother always made this in a giant cast iron skillet on a Weber grill. It was delicious.read more
My husband found this recipe by Laura Vitale on the Rachael Ray show. It is delicious!read more
I was a little nervous about serving this to my kids but they loved it and asked to have leftovers the next day.read more
A friend’s mother made this for us on a hot summer night and I found it deliciously light and refreshing. I doubled the sauce in my version as my family loves it.read more
Delicious Panang curry adapted from Hot Thai Kitchen.read more
This roast chicken is easy to prepare and it is more tender and less expensive than rotisserie chicken from the grocery store. I always hope for leftovers but my family devours it all.read more
Bstila is generally served at the beginning of very special Moroccan meals. It is a wonderful combination of sweet and savory flavors inside flaky layers of fillo. This is my grandmother’s recipe and one of my favorite childhood memories, as I always got the decorate the top.read more
There is nothing more comforting than chicken noodle soup.read more
If you’re looking for chicken cutlets that aren’t breaded, try boneless, skinless chicken cutlets with a sauce of sage, mushrooms, white wine, and cream.read more
Welcome to Columbine Kitchen!
My name is Kristin. Columbine Kitchen is where my passion for creative cooking, eating, and sharing recipes lives. Here, you’ll find a collection of my recipes that have become the go-to meals for my family and friends. Many were passed down to me while others I made up or modified to fit my own tastes and needs.
The recipes are a reflection of how I feed my family. I aim to use the freshest, finest whole food ingredients available. I believe in using butter and cream and only use high quality prepared or packaged items to save time. I hope you enjoy these recipes as much as I do. I look forward to hearing how they turn out for you!