Ann Kellys Kitchen 

Cause An Effect At Chipolte Thursday

  • 5:25 am Tuesday, August 14th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

It’s the perfect time to think about stopping by Chipotle this Thursday. When you drop in at any Tampa Bay Chipotle location between 10:45 am to 10:00 pm and show the #CauseAnEffect image to the cashier, 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay. Just show the cashier this Ann Kelly’s Kitchen blog and you’ll dine in style and make a difference. We all have to eat, right? Take the whole family and teach them what it means to pay it forward with Cause An Effect this Thursday – let [More]

But Do They Taste Like Chicken?

  • 4:23 am Friday, August 10th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

When we hear about someone eating insects and bugs we think that’s one of those instances when it’s not a good thing. But reverse that thinking, at least according to study from the University of Wisconsin. Their research says adding something like cricket meal might he helpful, not hurtful. They tried adding it to muffins and checked those results which weren’t too overwhelming. But interesting for sure. There are snacks made with crickets already like these energy bars from Chapul but intentionally adding bugs to our food does take some getting used to. Oh say like the story we [More]

A Longer List Of Recalls

  • 6:09 am Wednesday, August 8th, 2018 by Ann Kelly

It seems like I could update this list every day lately. But with school starting there are plenty of things you don’t want to send the kids off to school with .So let’s take a look at the latest.

Hostess has issued a recall for their Cookies ‘n Creme brownies. They may have eggs in them and it’s not on the list of ingredients. Check the UPC code for the boxes under recall.

Almond Breeze Almond Milk is pulling their cartons because they may contain real milk. 28 states, including Florida received shipments of the possible tainted milk so check the [More]

Kudzu – The New Kale?

  • 6:07 am Thursday, August 2nd, 2018 by Ann Kelly

Is kudzu about to show up on your plate? Well, not right away. But it turns out that incredibly invasive vine is actually edible. IF you know what you’re doing with it. Don’t you love that. Only certain parts are edible like the leaves, roots, flowers and vine tips. But how comfortable would you be bringing it into your kitchen? There are a few chefs and foragers experimenting with it, and there’s one website called Carolina Kudzu Crazy that comes complete with recipes. But those recipes come complete with warnings so you might want to leave this to [More]