We bet this lovely eclectic kitchen is just spectacular around the holidays. It already looks so cozy and welcoming!
Q: I am very very new to baking. I have tried to make pizza so many times and failed every single time.
I have always loved the wines from the Gigondas region in France’s Southern Rhone Valley. They are full-bodied, energetic red wines, packed with vibrant red and black fruit flavors.
I have two left thumbs when it comes to anything crafty, and I approach making things "look pretty" more like a wrestling match than an afternoon of fun.
The night before Thanksgiving, I stayed at my brother's house in prep for the big day to come. After a long day of traveling we unwound with cocktails he mixed up in his home bar, but as I sleepily tottered off to bed, my sister-in-law disappeared to "make a few things for tomorrow." In the morning, it was as if the Christmas elves showed up early.
While I can't claim credit for this recipe (I got it from a friend, who got it from another friend, and so it goes...,), it is known in these parts as "your cranberry cake." As my mother asked last week, "Are you bringing your cranberry cake to Thanksgiving?
Allow a slight divergence from this strictly cheese-focused column. Last weekend I tasted a crème fraîche that's worthy of some rule-breaking.
We're big fans of Davis Tanis here at The Kitchn. We love his new book One Good Dish, previous books (A Platter of Figs and Heart of the Artichoke), and his NYT column City Kitchen.
Open Slideshow Homemade vanilla extract takes just two ingredients — vanilla beans and alcohol — and you can be as straightforward or creative as you like.
Looking for a gift for your social media-obsessed friend? A relatively new UK based company Boomf helps you print your favorite, most beautiful Instagram photos on plushy vanilla marshmallows.
Open Slideshow Part of the fun in any cook's life is the moment when you get a new tool, use it, love it, and then wonder — how did I ever live without this?
Buffalo turkey pizza, drunken cherry chocolate cake, and persimmon and pomegranate overnight oats in today's Delicious Links.
Q: Do your readers have any suggestions for thoughtful and creative (yet rather inexpensive) DIY gifts for the holiday season?
Planning on giving homemade goodies as gifts this year? While you can package your goods in pastry boxes or wrap them furoshiki-style, the easiest (and cheapest) way is just using a plain ol' brown paper lunch bag.
The holidays are here, which means the stores are flooded with a dizzying array of cooking tools, cookbooks and fancy ingredients meant to tempt home cooks.
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I knew instantly upon picking up this book that I would love it. After all, this is a time of year when my oven seems to be constantly warm and butter is nearly always on my shopping list, and here comes a book offering me dozens of fabulous new ways to keep up my baking momentum.
Dear Apartment Therapy Readers, We've been paying our earth tax for over five years now and today I'd like to invite you to join us at ANY level, because TODAY we'll match your gift.
"I love flowers and plants—they provide the color in my apartment," says Lauren in this recent Apartment Therapy House Tour.
Q: I'm giving some delicious chocolate sauce as a gift for Christmas. I have always let it cool and then refrigerated it.