Kayb, a business development professional and Foodpickle dynamo living in Arkansas, says she "can never make a recipe the same way twice." Whether she's tinkering with a North African Tsorta Tfaya with Couscous, sneaking cheese grits into Oeufs en Cocotte, frying her Methodist Latkes in bacon fat, or turning Marinated Cauliflower a shade of psychedelic yellow, her culinary expertise and playfulness guide her (and us!) to a delicious result every time.
Then there are recipes you think Kayb must have created on a whim, but are actually family recipes or regional favorites. If only our mothers had poured Chocolate Gravy over our biscuits for breakfast, or served equally decadent Potato Doughnuts for dessert!
For more of Kayb's delicious recipes, see her profile page and fan her here.
Read Kayb's profile Q&A below:
What is the strangest food you have ever eaten?
Tiny whitefish sashimi
What do you cook when home alone?
Potato salad (the ultimate comfort food)
Your most treasured kitchen possession:
My Calphalon saute pan
Your ideal meal:
Fresh vegetables, and vine-ripened tomatos
Something you'd like a chance to eat or cook:
The number of bottles of wine you own:
A dozen or so, at any given time
The ideal number of guests for a dinner party is:
Your favorite cookbook:
Mark Bittman, How to Cook Everything