Problem: we couldn't turn the lazy susan shelves without a crash. Doing battle with kitchen storage is not on my list of things I want to do every day, or any day for that matter.
We knew that store-brand, or private-label, foods were getting better and that more consumers were adding them to their shopping carts, but we didn't know that Millennials are among their biggest fans.
How do you get rid of the shell around a hard-boiled egg? Of course there's the standard crack-and-peel method, but have you ever tried to blow the egg out of its shell?
Gluten-Free Snack Subscription from Love With Food • $24.50/month There are snack boxes and subscription services popping up faster than heirloom popcorn these days.
Moving? Downsizing? Need to kick a few gadgets to the curb? It can be overwhelming and a little emotionally difficult to weed your stuff — hence this question from a reader.
In the past few years, a constant stream of chef and restaurant cookbooks have shown up on bookstore shelves.
Now and then, a girl needs a little magic to get through the day and fly above it all. I have a couple of pretty gigantic projects going on right now, and while moving a mile a minute isn't my preferred way to live, it's been a reality.
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Q: I recently remodeled my kitchen, and need to downsize the amount of utensils and cookware due to lack of space.
When a recipe calls for something to be at room temperature, what does that really mean? How cold or warm should your kitchen really be?
Open Slideshow Whether you have open shelving or an envy-inducing walk-in pantry, one thing that every kitchen needs is a good glass jar or canister.
When you're looking to liven up leftover cooked chicken, a sweet and tangy honey-mustard sauce goes a long way!
How does Deb Perelman of Smitten Kitchen keep her kitchen organized? That's what we wanted to know as part of our ongoing series this month.
In an about-face, a new study recently published in The New England Journal of Medicine says that kids exposed to peanuts as babies are significantly less likely to develop a peanut allergy when they're older.
As I was skimming Cook's Illustrated's The Science of Good Cooking, this tip caught my eye: Even though we use bay leaves much in the same way as dried herbs and spices, they shouldn't be stored in the spice drawer with everything else.
With grains, protein, and vegetables all in one pot, this soup is a complete meal unto itself! Ladled into bowls for a quick weeknight dinner, or stored in a thermos for a comforting hot lunch, it's the perfect antidote to your winter cooking needs.
The Neatest, Tightest, Most Organized Small Kitchen Shelves We've Ever Seen What do you need to organize in your kitchen?
This recipe strikes a balance between winter and spring, making it perfect for your kitchen in March.
Q: Can you recommend an oven-safe cooling rack? I got stumped at the store trying to decide if cooling racks were oven-safe or not.
We're always a little bit torn with kitchens like these in before-and-after posts. For many of us (apartment dwellers especially!