Guest Authors

Guest Authors

Guest authors bring a unique perspective to our blog. They are an invaluable part of the legal community here in Cleveland, Ohio and around the country. The guests who we have chosen know how “do the lawyering” much better than I do, and we sincerely appreciate them lending their expertise to share with all of our dear readers and enhancing the legal profession. Would you like to be featured on the blog? Sent me a message via the live chat function on our website. We would love to hear from you!   Here are some of our previous guest authors. Click to access their articles. Adrian Thompson of Taft Stettinius Richik Sarkar of McGlinchy Stafford Judge James L. Kimbler...
Welcome to the Dining Room: Homemade Aioli

Welcome to the Dining Room: Homemade Aioli

Welcome to the dining room at Cady Reporting, where our staff masters the kitchen!  Much like court reporting, cooking takes preparation,  skill, and confidence.  Over the next few months, our court reporters and staff will show that their on point skills are well up to the task of both court reporting and cooking.  Stay tuned to the blog for more delicious recipes for all occasions you can master in your own kitchen. This recipe comes from one of our WBENC owners and Marketing Director, Michelle Cady-Cook.  Michelle says, “My husband and I try to make as much as we can instead of buying processed foods.  I tried a lot of aioli recipes, but this one was by far my favorite.  There is so much you can do with it, I like to stir in sriracha to make a really tasty dipping sauce.  This recipe is really easy and really worth the 10 minutes or less!” Homemade Aioli by Shelly Prep Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 10 minutes Serving Size: Makes about 2 cups Ingredients 2 egg yolks 2 T red wine vinegar 1 T lemon juice 2 t Dijon mustard 1 t salt 3 cloves of garlic crushed (totally optional) black pepper (as much as you like) 2 cups of canola oil Instructions In the food processor briefly blend the eggs, vinegar, lemon, garlic, sugar and mustard. With the blade running, slowly add the canola oil in a slow stream until it has all emulsified. Check the taste and add the salt and pepper and any other seasoning you may like. If it is very thick add a tablespoon...
Welcome to the Dining Room! Now Serving Nut Roll Cookies

Welcome to the Dining Room! Now Serving Nut Roll Cookies

Welcome to the dining room at Cady Reporting, where our staff masters the kitchen!  Much like court reporting, cooking takes preparation, skill, and confidence.  Over the next few months, our court reporters and staff will show that their on point skills are well up to the task of both court reporting and cooking.  Stay tuned to the blog for more delicious recipes for all occasions you can master in your own kitchen. This recipe comes from one of our reporters, Jill Kulewsky.  Jill says, “I’m not the greatest cook, but I truly love to bake when I have time.  This is my favorite cookie recipe, they are nut roll cookies.  The pastry dough is very light and flaky.  If someone is having a party, this is what they ask me to make.  They are really good and everyone raves over them!”   Jill’s Famous Nut Roll Cookies Pastry Dough:   1 Cup of butter   8 oz brick of cream cheese   2 large egg yolks (save egg whites for nut filling)   2 1/4 Cups flour    Cream the butter and cream cheese together.  Add egg yolks one at a time.   Mix in flour.    Divide dough and flatten out into two discs.  Place discs in plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight. Nut Filling: 2 egg whites 1 Cup of sugar 1 lbs of ground walnuts or pecans      Beat egg whites until white and marshmallow-like, adding sugar a little at a time until dissolved.  Stir in ground walnuts.   Remove dough from refrigerator and roll  out using powdered sugar.  Cut dough into 2-inch squares and fill each square with...
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Welcome to the Dining Room…Now Serving Jerk Chicken Pasta

Welcome to the Dining Room…Now Serving Jerk Chicken Pasta

Welcome to the dining room at Cady Reporting, where our staff masters the kitchen!  Much like court reporting, cooking takes preparation,  skill, and confidence.  Over the next few months, our court reporters and staff will show that their on-point skills are well up to the task of both court reporting and cooking.  Stay tuned to the blog for more delicious recipes for all occasions you can master in your own kitchen. This recipe comes from one of our reporters, Katrina Dearborn.  Katrina says, “Almost ten years ago I went to lunch with a client. This was the dish I ordered. I analyzed it and kept tasting for flavor. After a few days went by I decided to try to replicate the recipe….this was before recipes were readily available online.  I made it and everyone in my family loved it. It became a favorite in my household.  I make mine a little spicy because we love spicy.”   Katrina’s Jerk Chicken Pasta Serves 4 Prep time: 10 min Cook time: 15 min Ingredients: 5 pounds chicken breasts, diced 1 tablespoon plus 1 1/2 teaspoons jerk seasoning 1 pound dried bow tie  pasta 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 red bell pepper, diced 1 green bell pepper, diced 1 orange bell pepper, diced 1/2 medium onion diced 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 cup half and half 1/2 cup light sour cream 3 tbsp Parmesan cheese Instructions: Toss chicken with 1 1/2 teaspoons jerk seasoning. Bring a large pot of water to a boil and cook pasta according to package directions. Drain. Meanwhile, heat olive oil in a skillet over medium heat. Stir in diced...