Small Kitchen Big Taste

Small Kitchen Big Taste

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Small Kitchen Big Taste

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Small Kitchen Big Taste

My wife and I stopped in for a quick lunch. We saw a spot on the news that featured SKBT as the place for healthy, locally sourced food and decided to give it a try. The location is small and unassuming, you might pass right by it if you weren't looking for it. We weren't disappointed. Their business seems to be mostly take-out and catering, so we ordered a few items to go. Like their shop, their menu is small, but we could tell that what was offered was prepared with care. We tried a pork roast, Brussel sprout salad, and pumpkin soup. The food was fresh and flavorful. Not overly salty, and we could tell this wasn't the type of deli that kept food hanging around for a long time. The portions were very generous given the cost. Around $20 bought us a lunch that we were able to eat on a second time. Can't wait until the next time we are in the neighborhood to see what Small Kitchen Big Taste has to offer.
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Ron C. said “Ok, this rating is an odd one, as I usually rate based on food quality/taste above all else, but in this case, it more about service and convenience. A freshly made personal pizza, topped with quality…” read more
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This place is unreal. My mother picks up lunch and dinner from here at least 4 times a week and each time it is better than the last. Truly this place never disappoints. It is kind of tricky to find because it is in a small strip mall in North Haven off of the main road, but as long as you map it out you should 100% make the effort to come here. You will be addicted. The menu is updated frequently to highlight new specials based on the fresh produce they have in stock. The items are creative and always flavorful. If they are offering salmon the day you go, get it! It is amazing and it is paired with delicious guacamole on the side. Another pro-tip that I have about SKBT is do not come here and NOT order a dessert. They are unreal! The pumpkin chocolate chip cake in the fall and the blondie s'mores bars in the summer are some of my favorites. Finally Karen, the owner, is wonderful. She is hard working, personable and knows her customers. She is always excited to meet new people as well. She can make strong recommendations based on your tastes and even put things aside for you if you want to call your order in ahead of time.
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This place is unreal. My mother picks up lunch and dinner from here at least 4 times a week and each time it is better than the last. Truly this place never disappoints. It is kind of tricky to find because it is in a small strip mall in North Haven off of the main road, but as long as you map it out you should 100% make the effort to come here. You will be addicted. The menu is updated frequently to highlight new specials based on the fresh produce they have in stock. The items are creative and always flavorful. If they are offering salmon the day you go, get it! It is amazing and it is paired with delicious guacamole on the side.Another pro-tip that I have about SKBT is do not come here and NOT order a dessert. They are unreal! The pumpkin chocolate chip cake in the fall and the blondie s'mores bars in the summer are some of my favorites. Finally Karen, the owner, is wonderful. She is hard working, personable and knows her customers. She is always excited to meet new people as well. She can make strong recommendations based on your tastes and even put things aside for you if you want to call your order in ahead of time.
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Featured Leeks, The Sensitive Onions… While there are many vegetables that can be overwintered, or planted in the early spring, members of the allium family (such as leeks, scallions, and garlic) make a great addition to the soup pot. Add to them new potatoes, and you have one of my favourite soups: potato-leek soup. Potato leek soup is great either hot or cold, in rain or in sunshine. Leeks, after all, are the national vegetable of Wales- a country that is known for its rather drizzly, temperamental climate. Featured And What’s the Deal With Paprika? The best way to showcase paprika is with a popular dish from the country that is famous for their paprika, the Hungarian classic known as chicken paprikash. Chicken paprikash is a delicious dish of chicken, braised in a paprika and sour cream gravy. It’s a true comfort food classic, beloved by many people of Central-European ancestry. While you can make it with the normal paprika you find at the grocery store, I recommend going to a specialty European market or deli, and finding some imported Hungarian noble sweet (Édesnemes) paprika. Featured I Dream of Tagine… Tagine is also the name of the stew that is commonly served in the eponymous vessel. A wonderfully flavourful stew, tagine combines savoury meats, hearty vegetables, and sweet fruits in a rich, heady broth. Lamb or chicken is the preferred meat, and sultanas or dried apricots are the popular sweetening agent. Featured Take a Walk on the Larb Side… Larb (or laap) is a type of meat salad, popular in Laos and northern Thailand. It consists of some type of minced meat that is usually flavoured with fish sauce, lime juice, chillies, and fresh herbs. Larb is served either raw or cooked, and accompanied by fresh vegetables, and sticky rice. Since many of us are a bit squeamish about raw meat, I’ll be sticking to the cooked variety. You can use any type of ground meat you want, but I think ground beef- with its extra fat content- has more flavour. Featured There’s something about chili… I think I can state with only a small amount of hyperbole that the greatest contribution the state of Texas has ever made to North American culture is the dish known as chili con carne. From the wagon train cooks who helped feed the cowboys on the old cattle trails, to the chili parlours peddling bowls of ‘Texas red’ that sprang up in the early 1900s, chili con carne (or simply chili) has become as much a staple of American cuisine as apple pie, hot dogs, and excessive portions. Featured For The Love Of Meatballs… Go into any Italian restaurant, you’re probably going to find a dish called “Mama’s Meatballs” somewhere on the menu. It’s the quintessential Italian comfort food, made lovingly by mama from a recipe that goes back for generations, and her meatballs are always the best. In fact, the term ‘vendetta’ actually means “I must get revenge upon you for the slight you made to my mama’s meatballs”. (Okay, I made that up.) But Italians are very passionate about their mamas, and by extension, the foods she makes.
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The Little Fish That Could… It’s easy to get into a happy little rut in your kitchen. You buy the same ingredients, and make the same meals day after day, because familiarity and routine are comforting. Anything new or unusual is viewed with suspicion and distrust, like when the pit boss sends a new dealer to a hot blackjack table…. Read More