John Carlile launches KitchOut.com, a great new Cooking Website

mission statement

KitchOut.com

Our mission at KitchOut.com is simple: To show folks how to eat better food: better taste, better nutrition, better on your budget and better cooking skills.  KitchOut.com is your resource for food literacy and was designed with you in mind, bringing fresh ideas on ways to feed you, your family and your pets all healthy, nutritious and delicious meals.

If you don’t know what to eat, don’t know what to make with the ingredients you have on hand, have little money and little time, no need to stress out!  KitchOut.com

We help you build a better pantry so your food options last longer, and advise you on what to have on hand to make meals everyone will love to eat.

We present ideas on how to help support local food economies and how to grow some of what you eat, even with limited space and little or no gardening experience.

Follow our blog. Share your thoughts and ideas with us and our readers. Let us know about recipes you have created that are healthy, delicious, and nutritious. Show us photos of your garden areas and what you grow. Share your stories and memories. Let us know of your past dietary challenges and how you have overcome them. Ask our readers for advice. Help others with what you’ve learned. Tell us about your community’s efforts to grow food and support your local economy. KitchOut.com

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One thought on “John Carlile launches KitchOut.com, a great new Cooking Website

  1. Hi, John. How are you? Love the website and looks like your business is doing just great. When you did the Caribbean class at Pepperberries that Barb and I attended, there was a sweet potato recipe that was so delicious. I’ve made it numerous times since and my family all love it. Now I cannot find that recipe to save my life and was planning to make it for Thanksgiving. Any chance it is shareable still? Coconut milk, spices, etc. – yum! I guess I’m here to admit my recipe management system sucks….. Thought I’d get to that in retirement but it hasn’t happened. Too much volunteering in the community – yeah, let’s blame it on that! 🙂

    Thanks for any help you can provide. Happy Thanksgiving!

    Marilyn Helton

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