Baking & Cooking

In the mood for something scrumptious and delectable? You're in the right place!

The culinary arts is one of the most versatile and enjoyable, and not just in my opinion. There are no limits to what one can create, though some finished products may be better off used for food fights. Nonetheless, it is a noble art and in my case a source of creativity, excitement, experimentation, and pure joy. Time spent in the kitchen takes me back to my early days helping my mother bake cookies, many successful and failed experiments, and my time at culinary school. So appease your taste buds, enjoy, and let me know how they work out for you!


Click on the recipe name to view. Some will open in blog posts and others are in PDF.  Scroll farther down for 'Writer in the Kitchen' blog posts and some of my favorite kitchen tools.

Recipes from MK's Kitchen

Some recipes have been removed temporarily while new easy-to-download PDFs are created.

Bread & Rolls

Muffins & Scones




Pies & Cobbler




Brownies and Bars



Pastries and Other Desserts





Soups and Stews

Note: All recipes have the original author's recognition if known. If unknown, then that will be noted. If recipes are original, that will also be noted. I believe that each and every chef has the right of recognition for their original work, whether adapted or not. We thank and appreciate those chefs' contributions to the culinary world. If at any time a discrepancy is seen, please let me know.


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Favorite Kitchen Tools

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