Welcome to Kitchen Mischief!

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Josh (left) and Matthew (right)

Josh (left) and Matthew (right); photo by Brent Boyd

Welcome to Kitchen Mischief…the brainchild of two foodies who love to cook and have fun trying. As our brightly colored masthead teases, we’re here to blog about mishaps and masterpieces in the kitchen. Why, you ask? Keep reading.

The Masterpieces
When you get it right, it’s an awesome feeling. A fantastic dinner, a memorable birthday cake, the dip that everyone raves about—that makes you feel good, because you’re making other people feel good. That’s what we love and hope to share here—food that makes an impact.

The Mishaps
Speaking of impact…have you ever dumped a two-pound tub of blue cheese directly in your face? Matthew has. Or have you ever deglazed your pan with brandy—on high heat—and consequently set your head on fire? Josh has. It was funny. After the burns healed. The point is that we are not professionals…we make mistakes. And sometimes that shit is funny.

The Masterminds
Matthew and Josh are friends from way back. Matthew is totally the lovechild of Barefoot Contessa and Alton Brown, except he is much slimmer and has a full head of hair (bitch). Look for his posts to feature great recipes, helpful tips, and fun presentation ideas. Josh is frantic, easily distractible, and loves to get “creative” in the kitchen. This can go one of two ways…AWESOME! …or… DISASTER! Or, if you have a sense of humor, AWESOME DISASTER! His posts will be more like a culinary diary…The Good, the BAD, and the Funny.

That pretty much sums it up. We plan to post at least twice a week, so keep coming back for more tasty treats! We hope to inspire you to get into your kitchen and create some mischief of your own!

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8 Responses to “Welcome to Kitchen Mischief!”

  1. beth copham Says:

    Hey Matthew! Cute pic. I love the Alton Brown salt cellar.

    • Matthew Says:

      I am so proud of you for noticing my Alton Brown salt cellar. I also have those plunger measuring cups. I am such a cooking nerd.

  2. Kim T. Says:

    Love the site and the photo!!
    Keep up the good work.
    I’ll have to send you some French recipes.

    • Matthew Says:

      Kim, glad you like it! PLease send some recipes, I would love to try them. You can write the review. Oh, now I am nervous. 🙂

  3. Kelly Says:

    love the look on your face Matthew!

  4. Becky Chambers Says:

    My Josh how your Grandmother..Miss Mary could feed everyone on Sunday lunchtime and always had a smile on her face…Keep the special biscuits cooking…My Grandmother always rolled the dough in her hands…and then gave the dough a pat to flatten it a little.. Take Care an old friend of the family…Becky Chambers

    • josh1978 Says:

      Hey Becky! Thanks for your sweet comment! I always remember May being very calm in the kitchen…she could have all four stove eyes going, the oven, the microwave, and the sink running and never bat and eye. Of course, something might occasionally catch fire, but she could handle that, too!

  5. Tim Says:

    THIS is great stuff

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