KCTS 9 Cooks/KCTS 9 Cooks on the Side

KCTS 9 Cooks on the Side
  • KCTS 9 Cooks

On the Side

From applesauce to zucchini fries, a side dish can make a meal. Share your recipes and your side dish may shine on-air!

Masala Fries
  • Featured Recipe

Masala Fries

A taste of what's to come on KCTS 9 Cooks on the Side! Host Mark Christopher joins Chef Geogy Chacko of FAR-EATS to make Masala Fries.

Featured Recipe: Scalloped Potatoes with Onions, Tomatoes, Anchovies, Herbs & Garlic
  • Featured Recipe

Julia Child's Scalloped Potatoes

We were inspired by a classic Julia Child recipe for Scalloped Potatoes that's surprisingly healthy.

About the Episode

KCTS 9 Cooks on the Side is the 36th edition of KCTS Cooks program! What better way to celebrate Julia Child's 100 birthday than to share one of her favorite styles of food, the side dish! She took us on culinary adventures and shared her enthusiasm and joy of cooking. At the beginning of the show, Julia welcomed you into her kitchen with a warm smile; now let's remember her and share our own amazing side dish recipes.

Ratatouille

Ratatouille

By Muriel-Marguerite Foucher, Seattle

Caribbean Rice Salad

Caribbean Rice Salad

By Mark Beppler, Seattle

Apple Tart Cranberry Sauce

Apple Tart Cranberry Sauce

By Mary Jane Gibbons, Seattle

Five Cheese Twice-Baked Potato / Haricot Verts with Marcona Almonds

Five Cheese Twice-Baked Potato / Haricot Verts with Marcona Almonds

By Chef John Howie, John Howie Steak, Bellevue

Grilled Swiss Chard Stuffed with Goat Cheese & Anchovies

Grilled Swiss Chard Stuffed with Goat Cheese & Anchovies

By Randall Dickson, Lopez Island

Butternut Squash Soup / Double Cheese Baking Powder Biscuits

Butternut Squash Soup / Double Cheese Baking Powder Biscuits

By Arlene Nolan, Surrey

Onion Squares

Onion Squares

By Lorena Higbee, Clinton

Herb and Nut Rice Pilaf / Sautéed Kale with Onions

Herb and Nut Rice Pilaf / Sautéed Kale with Onions

By Chef Bridget Charters, The Art Institute of Seattle

Potato, Mushroom, & Leek Gratin

Potato, Mushroom, & Leek Gratin

By Kim Walton, Seattle

Apple Balsamic Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Goat Cheese and Cranberries

Apple Balsamic Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Goat Cheese and Cranberries

By Megan Pence-Keno, Bothell

Roasted Cauliflower over Brown Butter Cauliflower Puree

Roasted Cauliflower over Brown Butter Cauliflower Puree

By Sam Hulick, Seattle

Brussels Sprout and Apple Hash / Brussels Sprout Gratin

Brussels Sprout and Apple Hash / Brussels Sprout Gratin

By Michael Natkin, Herbivoracious, Seattle

Cornbread Stuffing

Cornbread Stuffing

By Sue Foisie Williams, Seattle

Sautéed Red & Yellow Cherry Tomatoes in Curry Lemon Butter Sauce over Couscous

Sautéed Red & Yellow Cherry Tomatoes in Curry Lemon Butter Sauce over Couscous

By Lyne Erving, Seattle

Italian Zucchini Boats

Italian Zucchini Boats

By Linda Padia, Gig Harbor

Chili Corn

Chili Corn

By Chef Carol Dearth, Sizzleworks Cooking School, Bellevue

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01/18/14

I would love to have the recipe for the potato mushroom leek gratin recipe.

11/22/13

great website. All these pictures of food is making me hungry. hehe

10/07/13

KCTS 9 cooks/KCTS 9 Cooks on the Side is one of all time favorite cooking guide. I really like the recipe they give through their show. I am foodie who likes to experiment new dishes. My appetite is kept fresh by this awesome site. Thanks a lot for watering my mouth periodically.

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12/09/12

CREATE KCTS9. Channel 112 on my Tv is the best. Thanks for your show with (on the side) on create Tv this past weekend.

11/10/12

A couple of weeks ago, prior to 11/10/12, you identified your favorite nut chopper, $30. I should have written the name down but ... busy mom ... didn't do it so I would LOVE to have the name so I can buy one. I've been searching for a good, consistent chopper for decades so I'd like to buy yours tested and then favorite one! Tried to find it at your website online but no luck.

Thank you.

11/21/12

This one is tough. I don't have a favorite; just use my mom's old one. Looked at What America's Test Kitchen recommends -- the Zyliss Easy Chop Food Chopper got their best rating for nuts, but nothing was rated well for chopping anything else. It's about $20, and looks like the old one I have. When I was looking this up I found a cheesy-looking one on amazon for the about same price -- the Kitchen King Pro Complete Food Preparation Station. Got great reviews, so I just ordered it. Stay tuned for a post-Thanksgiving review.

11/07/12

KCTS is viewer-supported television, and we do the cooksbooks as a fundraiser, just like Junior League, hospital guilds, etc. If you are a KCTS donor, we're happy to send you recipes on request. Just e-mail cooks@kcts9.org.
We'll post the video segments soon so you can check out the dishes you like!

11/16/12

Can you please send me the recipe for the double cheese biscuits and squash soup. I have donated $150.00 in past (last year?)

11/16/12

Hi Guest,

As Paula said, you can email your request to cooks@kcts9.org.

Annika
KCTS 9 Staff

11/06/12

My wife watched your episode of side dishes and really liked the onion square side dish. As we live in Mexico, we cannot get the cookbook. Would it be possible to get the receipe for this one side dish? Thank you.

11/04/12

Hello, Are you posting the double cheese baking powder biscuits and the squash soup receipe? Thanks Mike

11/04/12

I would love to get the double cheese biscuit recipe as well,if anyone has it,could you please post it,it seems a number of people would like to try it.
Thank you.

11/04/12

I'd like the double cheese baking powder biscuits by Arlene Nolan please. I have recently bought one of the cookbooks from KCTS9 and cannot afford to buy another right now. Thank you.

11/03/12

I enjoyed watching the show, but it was a little frustrating that the actual recipe amounts were not given! It was more just the process, without recipes.

I would dearly love the recipe for the Onion Squares from Lorena Higby of Clinton.

I would also second the suggestion by Renee to lower the volume of the background music during the presentations.

11/03/12

Loved the show! Suggestion for next time - have the background music during the cook's presentation at a lower level. It was difficult to hear some of the cook's dialogue.

03/03/14

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11/03/12

How do I get the receipe for one of the receipe shown?

11/04/12

As I said up above I would like the recipes for the onion squares & the cornbread stuffing.
Thank you
Sandi Arie.

11/03/12

Started watching when the Twice Baked Potato recipe was done. I have an old recipe for mashed potatoes done similar to this, but your recipe was much better. I have ordered the recipe book, but would like to try this one very soon and the book won't be here until 6-8 weeks. Thanks.

11/03/12

Hello, please, how i can get the Herb and nut rice pilaf and Kale with onions recipe with out purchase the book? I try to get from your web side with out luck

Thank You

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