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About Katie Kimball @ Kitchen Stewardship®

Katie Kimball, CSME is a trusted educator and author of 8 real food cookbooks. She is passionate about researching natural remedies and making healthy cooking easier for busy families. She’s been featured on media outlets like ABC, NBC and First for Women magazine as well as contributing regularly on the FOX Network.

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Over the last 10 years, Katie has spoken prolifically at conferences, online summits and podcasts and become a trusted authority and advocate for children’s health.

Busy moms look to this certified educator for honest, in-depth natural product reviews and thorough research. She often partners with health experts and medical practitioners to deliver the most current information to the Kitchen Stewardship® community.

In 2016 she created the #1 bestselling online kids cooking course, Kids Cook Real Food, helping thousands of families around the world learn to cook.

Certified Stress Mastery Educator BadgeA mom of 4 kids from Michigan, she is a Certified Stress Mastery Educator and member of the American Institute of Stress.

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  1. caroline says

    i made the spaghetti squash lasagna last night and am eating leftovers right now. ) I don’t know if i had an extra large squash or what but I didn’t have a baking dish large enough to hold both halves so I used two. The only issue I had was when I went to scoop out teh strands – the squash was hot from the oven so I had a hard time holding onto it with with an oven mitt while I was scooping. Next time I will bake the squash early and let it cool.

    In the recipe you note that the ‘normal’ price for spaghetti squash is .99 a pound. That was the ‘sale’ price at my grocery store, normal is $1.69, this is for organic spaghetti squash. I’m not sure if the prices jumped dramatically this year or if my store is just expensive. I have not seen them at the farmers market, i think it might still be too warm in Houston for them.

  2. rebekah says

    The Spaghetti squash lasagna sounds so good!! Thanks for putting these all together, I just got a couple of squash at my farmers market, I’m not sure what they are but I’m going to try your pumpkin muffins recipe and sub the squash in.
    Isn’t it so cool how God created our bodies to crave what is in season?

  3. Sarah Winn says

    Mmmmm these all look so good! I want to try them all. Would you be okay if I posted some of your recipes on my site, if I have referral back to your site? I do a lot of whole food cooking and have some great recipes and your recipes would be a great addition I think! 🙂

    • Katie Kimball @ Kitchen Stewardship says

      You are welcome to link back to the recipes with their names and a quick note about them, and I would give permission for you to use the photos, too. To list the entire recipes hurts both of our sites in Google’s eyes, so please just share a snippet and a link. Thanks for asking! 🙂 Katie

  4. Sharon says

    Sweet potato pie is my favorite fall recipe. I got sweet potatoes at the farmer’s market this morning, and yes it was cool enough that I was there in a sweatshirt for the first time this season. Still picked up some tomatoes and eggplant and peppers, though!

  5. Cinnamon Vogue says

    I think my favourite out of these has got to be the savory Greek sausage stuffed Squash. And who can say no to fried egg plant. Not really a fan of pumpkin. Maybe because it is an expected fall recipe and I like to go against the grain if possible. 🙂

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