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Katie Workman

Katie Workman
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Katie's approach to cooking is nothing if not practical -- and humorous. She describes a good meal as a great way to end "a cranky day." Something most parents can understand.

Katie Workman
Katie's Featured Recipe
Japanese Restaurant Salad

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Katie Workman is the founding editor-in-chief of Cookstr.com.

 

She is the author of The Mom 100 Cookbook: 100 Recipes Every Mom Needs in Her Back Pocket, and Dinner Solved: 100 Ingenious Recipes That Make the Whole Family Happy, Including You!

 

Katie writes about food and cooking for a wide range of websites and print publications. These include the Associated Press, The Wall Street JournalCooking Light, Eating Well, New York MagazineThe Boston Globe, About.com, The Huffington Post, The Daily Beast, AOL Food, KitchenDaily.com, and many more.

 

Katie sits on the board of City Harvest, New York’s leading food rescue nonprofit.

 

She and her husband live in New York City with their two sons. Her website is http://themom100.com.

 


 

 

Latest Recipes

One-Skillet Beefy Enchilada Noodle Casserole

If you need to cook and wash the dishes, then finding a one-skillet recipe is music to your ears. In this recipe for One-Skillet Beefy Enchilada Noodle Casserole, you'll cook up a tasty riff on the traditional noodle casserole in no time. Featuring ground beef, peppers, and plenty of noodles, this hearty enchilada noodle casserole is one that your family will love. In addition, this easy one-pot meal can be made in advance.

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Teriyaki Chicken and Beef Skewers

Turns out, teriyaki sauce isnt hard to make at all, and you can, in fact, put it on almost anything. Heres the recipe, and you have the option of using the sauce with either chicken or steak, and also try it with shrimp, salmon, or tofu. If you are having a bunch of people over and want to offer a choice, its nice to make half the skewers with chicken and half with beef. Cutting the meat into strips takes the same amount of time, and the platter will look bountiful. Youre still only making one batch of the teriyaki sauce, so it really doesnt require any extra work. This is absolutely one of my favorite go-to entertaining dishes.

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Japanese Restaurant Salad

This salad happens to be my older sons favorite part of dinner at any Japanese restaurant. Its a great change of pace from the usual vi...

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Fudgy One-Pot Brownies

When you need chocolate brownies, do you usually make a quick stop at your favorite bakery or grocery store? Instead of reaching for store-made brownies, round up some ingredients and get to work on this recipe for Fudgy One-Pot Brownies! This four-step brownie recipe is easy to make and has fewer than 10 ingredients which you just might have on hand.

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Creamy Black Bean, Mushroom, and Zucchini Enchiladas

I made these for the first time for my vegetarian babysitter, my vegetarian mother, and my carnivorous kids and husband. The vegetarians ...

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Mexican Tortilla Chicken Soup

Recipe inspiration strikes from many places, and in this case it was simply my friend Catherine Skobe saying, "I need you to come up with...

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Big Chewy Brownie Cookies

Did this name stop you in your tracks? Well, yeah. I know. It's not like I'm immune to such enticing words all strung together. The first...

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Stupid Easy Chicken and Broccoli Pasta

The title of this recipe may not make your mouth water, but the actual dish will. All of us need those dinners that require little though...

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Moist Banana Muffins

Have bananas turning dark and spotted on your kitchen counter? Good for you. Don’t toss them, don’t hesitate, just grab flour, sugar, and...

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Macaroni and Cheese

My kids like Kraft macaroni and cheese. There, I said it. I haven’t made it in a long time although, like most of us, I have succumbed to...

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Taco Night

Taco night is a big deal in our house. Everyone in the family loves them, and there is something inherently festive and fun about a hands...

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