About Kylee

I was born and raised in New Zealand, where my Mum taught me to cook, and involved me in the kitchen from an early age. She was patient, kind, and generous with her time. Plus, she always let me lick the beaters! I love cooking with Mum. Geographically, that is now impossible, since I now live in the USA (in Phoenix, AZ). 

This blog is away to share my love for cooking, and my love for my mother. She cooks some of my recipes and we compare notes - from two different hemispheres!

I live happily ever after with my husband and our two darling sons.

I use the US measurements these days, so if you're a metric user - click here for my conversion charts.
Thanks for stopping by!



  1. Thank you for those lovely words. You keep me cooking wonderful food for MY Food Critic - but he loves everything I cook anyway! xx

  2. Hey Kylee!

    I can relate. I miss cooking with my mom, too.

    Love the new look of your blog!


  3. Not sure how I missed the new blog look, but apparently I don't check your blog enough. I will remedy this.

  4. I've always been envious of your cooking endeavors and now I can get some new ideas, thanks! I'm jealous of your confidence to try canning too! I think I may venture into it soon. :)

  5. Still Checking your Blog. Love all the new recipes and the inspiration it gives me to continue cooking lovely meals. Sometimes it gets 'hard' to think of tasty quick things to feed my Food Critic, and having you here, keeps me focused. Love you. xx

  6. Hi Kylee, I'm visiting your mum and Stan, just had a lovely dinner. I happened to say I need a good recipe for Russian Fudge and she said "Look on Kylee's blog!" so I did. That's why this is coming from your mum's computer,lol!! regards, Jacquie

  7. Hi Kylee,

    Am stopping by to say hi and thanks for letting me know that my chicken & gravy link was wrong in my most recent meal post. I really appreciate it! It's now fixed :-) What a surprise to follow the link to your blog and discover that you live here in Phoenix!! Love that you use your blog to stay connected to your mom and shared love of cooking. For decades my mom and I lived on opposite sides of the country, though not as great a distance as opposite hemispheres it was still a challenge. Thankfully, now she lives just a few miles from me. Looking forward to trying your recipe for sausage white bean ragu over polenta :-)


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