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What's Cooking This Weekend? — Weekend of April 19-20, 2014

Recipe: Asparagus & Prosciutto Crostini Happy weekend, friends! Easter Sunday is just around the corner; are you cooking a big leg of lamb, a honey-glazed ham, or a batch of sticky lemon rolls?

Baked Brie with Herbed Artichokes, Earl Grey Hot Cross Buns, Roasted Leg of Lamb, Collard Green Salad & Honey-Lime Fruit Salad Smoothie — New Recipes From The Kitchn

Happy weekend, everyone! I hope you're in the mood for delicious spring-y brunch recipes, plus appetizers and sweets, because we've got a lot of ideas for you this week.

What Can I Do With Piloncillo? — Good Questions

Q: I picked up something called piloncillo because it was cheap and it seemed like a good idea at the time.

Jennifer's Kitchen Renovation: A Few Issues — Apartment Therapy

From Apartment Therapy → Jennifer's Kitchen Renovation: A Few Issues "The biggest unexpected bump in the process this week was the plumber’s discovery that the cold water shutoff valve is not in the kitchen next to the hot water shutoff valve — it’s in the bathroom next to the toilet..." READ MORE »

Carla's Comfort Foods by Carla Hall — New Cookbook

The angle: Comfort food is comfort food, no matter how you spice why not spice it? Recipes for right now: Buttered Tarragon Peas, Crab and Coconut Spinach Stew, Salmon Teriyaki, Merguez Lamb Burgers with Feta, Curried Potatoes Samosas, Chocolate Chai Sandwich Cookies Who would enjoy this book?

Need More Storage In Your Kitchen? Use a Metal Locker As a Pantry — Organization Inspiration

All week long we've been inspired by artfully arranged open shelves and organized kitchen cabinets. Here's one more inspirational idea if you like to keep your kitchen goods behind closed doors: use a metal locker as a pantry!

What to Read This Weekend: Can You Buy Out-of-Season Produce Without Feeling Like a Jerk? — 10 Weekend Reads from The Kitchn

Ten reads we thought were helpful, thought-provoking, or interesting this past week. Eli Saslow's excellent Washington Post series on food stamps and hunger in America just won a Pulitzer Prize, so yeah, you need to read it.

Recipe: Sweet Braided Czech Bread with Almonds & Raisins — Recipes from The Kitchn

Most Eastern European households have an Easter tradition of sweet eggy bread. This is my family's — an enormous braided loaf, scented with nutmeg and lemon, peppered with almonds and plump golden raisins.

The 9-Bottle Bar Recipe: The Pegu Club — Drink Recipes from The Kitchn

This drink, which supposedly originated at the bar of a British private club in the Burmese capital of Rangoon sometime in the 1920s, is squarely in the wheelhouse of the 9-Bottle Bar.

Why the Sterling Silver Iced Tea Spoon Is Good for So Much More Than Tea

When we got married, my aunt gave us two sterling silver iced tea spoons, promising I could use them for so much more than tea.

15 Cucumber Appetizers for Spring Entertaining

Ah, the humble cucumber. This ubiquitous and versatile vegetable has so much going for it — its mild flavor, no-cook convenience, and refreshing crisp texture make it a go-to for so many appetizers.

Recipe: Asparagus & Radishes with Mint — Quick Side Dish Recipes from The KItchn

Asparagus and radishes are like the Christmas elves of spring: appearing out of nowhere in festive green and scarlet, letting us know that something very good is on the way.

Green Goddess Detox Salad & Blood Orange Glazed Ham — Delicious Links

Fennel and roasted strawberry frozen yogurt; Easter bread; and a green goddess detox salad in today's Delicious Links.

How Do I Keep Bags of Ice from Clumping in the Freezer? — Good Questions

Q: I have a bag of ice cubes in the freezer with no ice making machine. The ice clumps. How do I keep them loose for serving?

The Sweetest Eggs For Your Easter Table

You know what's missing on your Easter table this year? A little floral wreath-crowned egg maiden! READ MORE »

I've Been Eating Salad For Breakfast: Here Are My 5 Tips for Great Breakfast Salads

I have a deep love and respect for breakfast. It helps wake up my brain, fuel my body, and gets things started on the right note.

Ideas for Birthday Desserts That I Can Make While Camping? — Good Questions

Q: My 30th birthday is coming up this summer and I will be celebrating at a music festival with many of my favorite people.

Eating in Color by Frances Largeman-Roth — New Cookbook

The angle: Monochrome is boring; eat in full color. Recipes for right now: Hibiscus-Tangelo Iced Tea; Cherry Tomato, Sausage, and Quinoa Tart; Golden Beets with Parsley Pesto and Fregola; Fennel and Grapefruit Salad with Chamomile Vinaigrette; Scallops with Bacon and Linguini over Arugula Who would enjoy this book?

Why Are We Soothed By Jars All in a Row? 5 Examples of Serial Kitchen Organization

No, I'm not talking about alphabetizing your boxes of Raisin Bran and shredded wheat! I'm talking serial here: row after row of aesthetically-pleasing, uber-organized repetition that will calm the OCD in the worst of us.

Recipe: Smoky Deviled Eggs with Greek Yogurt & Frizzled Shallots — Appetizer Recipes from The Kitchn

If it's a classic deviled egg you're looking for, you best keep on moving. There's no mayonnaise or mustard here, and we haven't even bothered with any fancy piping.