(Image credit: Samantha Bolton) It’s time to give the classic wine cooler an at-home update, and it doesn’t need any bizarre ingredients or neon coloring agents.
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(Image credit: Sarah Coffey) I don’t believe in junk drawers. It’s not that I don’t believe they exist — they’re a fixture in something like 99 percent of American homes — I just don’t believe they’re necessary.
(Image credit: Samantha Bolton) Sean Carroll is a theoretical physics teacher at Caltech where he specializes in dark matter and general relativity.
(Image credit: Emily Hart Roth) We'll always have a soft spot for the ice creams of yore. Artificially green mint ice cream?
(Image credit: Lucy Hewett) Over the years, I've experienced my fair share of rental kitchen frustrations, current kitchen not excluded.
(Image credit: Sergey Ksen/Shutterstock) There's no rule that says you can't drink your red wine chilled to its tannic bones at refrigerator temperature (around 40°F), or that room-temperature red isn't perfectly fine — even if it is summer and you don't have AC.
(Image credit: airn/Shutterstock) We love rosé as much as everyone else and yes, it's probably safe to say that pink is the color of summer wine, but there’s no need to banish red from the summer rotation.
The Kitchn Editors' Favorite Grocery Store Shortcuts for Quick Dinners (Image credit: Christine Gallary) Despite the many accolades of Sara Moulton's long-reaching career (which include positions as executive chef of Gourmet magazine, Food Editor of Good Morning America, and now the host of Sara's Weeknight Meals), she has, in her own words, "insisted on getting a homemade dinner on the table every night of the week." Perhaps that's not too surprising, considering she's a protégée of Julia Child.
Nani's Sheer Khurma (Image credit: Jerrelle Guy) Eid al-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting.
(Image credit: Will Strawser) I spotted this terrific pot rack in a recent house tour at Apartment Therapy, and I had to look closer.
Until recently, I reserved cottage cheese for breakfast and maybe the occasional snack, but lately I've been experimenting with incorporating it into meals for any time of day, using Hood Cottage Cheese's classic, sweet, and savory flavors.
(Image credit: Little Miss Momma) It is your duty for 4th of July weekend to make (and eat) a delicious grilled burger.
(Image credit: Brie Passano) On hot summer days, I want a bright, vibrant pasta salad with a wide variety of flavors and textures — not a wimpy mixture of bottled Italian salad dressing and overcooked pasta.
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(Image credit: Cake Over Steak) I've only been to a spa once in my life, but — besides the relaxing massage, of course — my favorite part was the cold cucumber-mint water set out for guests to enjoy.
(Image credit: Alice Choi) Besides digging your toes into the sand and splashing around in the pool, the snap as you bite into a sausage or hot dog is one of summer’s most satisfying feelings.
(Image credit: Christine Gallary) Is it necessary to own a cherry pitter? If you're making cherry pie and need to pit a mountain of cherries, then yes, please do yourself a favor and buy an actual cherry pitter to make the process a whole lot easier.
(Image credit: Samantha Bolton) Craving the slightly sparkling hard lemonade of summers past? We were too, and happily discovered that it can be recreated with ingredients already buried in our pantries and bar cabinets.
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