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Harold and Paul Make Polenta — Weekend Meditation


Last week, on the same day, I encountered two very different recipes for polenta. One had a practicality born of science, curiosity and efficiency.

Catch The Kitchn in Every Day with Rachael Ray — As Seen In


In honor of our upcoming book, The Kitchn Cookbook, Every Day with Rachael Ray featured some of our exclusive tips and recipes.

What's Cooking This Weekend? — Weekend of September 13-14, 2014


Recipe: Slow Cooker Chicken Enchilada Soup Happy weekend! I'm gearing up for a busy weekend, and quite a lot of time in the kitchen.

What Can I Do with Boiled Chicken Skin? — Good Questions


Q: I have found the best way to make homemade chicken broth is with a whole raw chicken rather than the carcass of a roasted chicken.

Will It Waffle? The Answer, Of Course, Is Yes. — New Cookbook


The angle: Put your waffle maker to work! Recipes for right now: Waffled Ham and Cheese Melt, Classic Waffleburger, Waffled Macaroni and Cheese, Waffled Tamale Pie, Zucchini Parmesan Flattened Fritters, Waffled Mochi, Waffled Banana Bread, S'moreffles Who would enjoy this book?

Bar Carts Find New Homes in the Office — Apartment Therapy


From Apartment Therapy → Smart Upcycle: Bar Carts in the Office A bar cart is way more versatile than being just a place for booze and glassware.

Cheater Nutella Sticky Buns, Thai-Style Corn Chowder, Fall Harvest Freekeh Salad & Roasted Sweet Potato Slices with Pesto — New Recipes from The Kitchn


Have you guys really seen the cheater Nutella sticky buns? Gooey Nutella and pastry together are reason enough to turn on my stove during this oddly humid season in New York.

These Spaghetti Scrubbers Are the Best Dishwashing Tools Ever: And They Don't Even Need Soap! — Cleaning Gear


A few months ago a company called Goodbye Detergent! sent me some eco-friendly sponges and scrubbers.

IKEA Launches a New Paper Party Goods Line — Shopping News


We're suckers for pretty much all things IKEA. From classic white dishware to simple cloth napkins to kitchen gadgets of all kinds, we'll take all of it.

Aloe Vera Water: What Is It and Why Should I Drink It?


Many home cooks keep an aloe plant in the kitchen to soothe emergency burns and minor skin abrasions, but did you know you can drink it, too?

5 Delicious Salad Dressings You Can Make with Greek Yogurt


Recipe: Late-Winter Salad with Strawberry Poppy Seed Dressing Greek yogurt is good for more than breakfast parfaits and smoothies, and I can't remember the last time my fridge was yogurt-less.

Smart Tip: Hang Dish Gloves Over the Sink to Dry — Cleaning Tips from The Kitchn


Where We Cook: Hannah & Nathan's Carriage House Kitchen Look at this bright idea from one of our recent kitchen tours: Hannah and Nathan, the cooks in this kitchen, hang their dish gloves to dry right over the sink!

Recipe: Melon, Mint & Prosecco Cocktail — The 10-Minute Happy Hour


This season kicked off with a bumper crop of strawberries and now our melons just won't quit. From watermelon and honeydew to this year's winner, Boule d' Or, our garden has offered up more than we can eat or share.

How to Set Up Your First Kitchen for Less Than $300 — Kitchen Essentials


Have you ever started from scratch in a new kitchen? Perhaps you were leaving for college, or disentangling one household from another.

How Does Shrimp Sizing Work? — Ingredient Intelligence


Buying a pound of shrimp is not a straightforward task. The average supermarket carries the shellfish both fresh (well, usually defrosted really) and frozen, wild and farmed, and in a variety of processed states, from shell-on and raw to deveined, shelled, and fully-cooked with a side of cocktail sauce.

Recipe: Maple-Tamari Roasted Almonds — Snack Recipes from The Kitchn


Quick and simple snacks that are portable, taste great with ice cold beer, and can be made in a flash are, in my opinion, the best kind.

Go Behind the Scenes With a Bon Appétit Recipe Editor — Good Reads


Have you ever wondered exactly what a Bon Appétit recipe editor does? If you thought the hard work was over after developing, testing, styling and photographing each and every recipe that graces the magazine's pages, think again.

Late-Summer Treat: Turn Your Watermelon Into a Pizza! — Delicious Links


It seems late in the season for watermelon, but I'm still seeing a few at my local farmers market. If you've eaten enough fruit salads, smoothies, or desserts with watermelon to last the rest of the year, try turning your watermelon into a pizza!

Can I Store Potatoes and Winter Squash in the Basement? — Good Questions


Q: I have red and white potatoes and was wondering if I could keep them on dry straw in a basement room that does not get above 65 degrees — placing a box of straw on the cement floor?

11 Products that Make Doing the Dishes Less of a Chore — Product Roundup


After making a fabulously elaborate meal for friends or even just a simple weeknight dinner, the last thing any of us want to do is a sink full of dishes.


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