Why Food Is Sometimes Better Than a Love Letter It's the weekend, and perhaps one of the last ones before going back to school or back to work.
The angle: For every occasion, there is a feast — from an afternoon scrounging for treasures at a flea market to the first snow day Recipes for right now: Espresso Chocolate Chip Cookies, Turkish-Style Eggs with Yogurt, Mini Strawberry Cakes, Grilled Fennel & Watermelon Salad, BBQ Ribs with Coffee Mole Sauce, Cantaloupe Campari Granita Who would enjoy this book?
Q: Just read the article on organizing a freezer. Loved the containers used, especially the clear ones beside the ice maker.
Day 10 Task: Buy That Pan or Small Appliance You Need After deep-cleaning the oven, the stovetop, the range hood, and all the small appliances, today's assignment for The Kitchn Cure is a fun one: buy that small appliance for your kitchen that you need!
From Apartment Therapy → Small Kitchen Designs: 10 Organized, Efficient and Tiny Real-Life Kitchens When you have a tiny kitchen, being organized and efficient are keys to making that kitchen function well.
Whether you're gearing up for fall or savoring every last bit of summer, we've got recipes to satisfy all your kitchen needs.
How do you store your knives in the kitchen? There are advantages and limitations to every solution: Magnetic racks take up wall space (and scare some people!
When was the last time you had a glass of orange juice with breakfast? Turns out Americans are sipping the former breakfast staple a lot less often than they used to.
It's August and we just might get a few peppers out of the garden. On the flip side, I've discovered that one of our tomato plants is plagued with blossom end rot: READ MORE »
We don't often think about it, but ice cube trays are some of the most useful tools in our kitchen. I rarely use them for their intended purpose — making ice.
The Kitchn Cure Day 10: Friday, August 22 Assignment: Buy that pan or small appliance you need. (See all the assignments so far here) Sign Up: Sign up here for The Kitchn Cure Today we take a break from cleaning to do something fun: shop!
It's easy to imagine the circumstances: A social function, gathering that worldly stratum of government officials whose members go by titles such as consul, attaché, and ambassador.
My dad, from whom I inherited my love of food and cooking, is a former gourmet chef, and I am a graduate student — which creates the difficult personal combination of high-quality taste and very little money.
I've been to a lot of Japanese restaurants where the noodle soups have an option of udon or soba noodles.
Traditional deviled eggs get a fun and delicious twist with the addition of spicy Korean kimchi. This dish is just the thing to shake you out of your summer is almost over blues and make you thrilled you signed up to bring the deviled egg tray to your next backyard party.
Lard's popularity is on the on the rise, thanks in no small part to meat CSAs! It definitely makes sense — the meat from these pasture-raised animals is delicious, so why not the lard?
Tomato and sharp cheddar focaccia; Greek rainbow chard burritos; and double chocolate ice cream cake in today's Delicious Links.
Q: I am currently living a car-free life in a mid-size town. I'm finding it difficult to get produce home in decent shape, especially softer fruits like peaches and tomatoes.
One big challenge of apartment living can be creating separate spaces within an open floor plan. All without making your space feel disjointed.
When forming hamburger patties, I was always told that you had to make a shallow indentation or dimple in the middle of each patty — this would keep the center from bulging up as it cooked so that the patty would stay flat and even.