On counting what is precious. In famine, the number of dried beans in the cupboard; in abundance, piles of chicken bones and empty wine bottles.
Easy Breakfast Recipe: Banana Split with Yogurt and Jam Happy weekend, cooking friends! We're so glad it's almost spring, We're just finishing up the first week of The Cooking Cure — all about breakfast and the planning thereof.
This week we've been talking all things breakfast, and as a result we've got some fun recipes for brunch this weekend.
This morning's Kale, Bacon, and Egg Whole Wheat Breakfast Sandwich Day 5: Make breakfast today and plan next week's breakfasts.
If you actually hail from Canada, may just think of this meat as bacon. If you're from other parts of the world, you may know it as Irish bacon, English bacon, or back bacon.
This is the first major baking cookbook that Better Homes and Gardens has published since 1998, and if you've been in the market for a baking compendium, this one is definitely worth a look or three.
Recipe: Shirred Eggs with Toast Soldiers We got an email to our cooking cure (at) thekitchn.com inbox from Sophie, who is working with the challenge of cooking just for herself.
In March of last year Patrick Maher, an artist and blacksmith, and Caryn Badgett, a painter and avid cook, started Blu Skillet Ironware, a gorgeous line of blue steel pans hand-forged in their Seattle studio.
Sweet Potato Hash with Sausage & Eggs Day 5: Friday, March 7 Today's Assignment: Make breakfast! Weekend Assignment: Plan all your breakfasts for next week The Cooking Cure: See all assignments so far here.
Earlier this year we shared a surprising tip that we had just discovered: You make better bacon (with less mess) by cooking it in water.
Ten reads that made us think, made us giggle, or made us hungry this week, from a crazy morning TV chef to new sugar consumption guidelines (take a wild guess what they say).
My husband and I really love our coffee. Do you? Maybe you too have a French press, an Aeropress, a Chemex, and a good burr grinder.
#cookingcure - @lechingvuong Yesterday's homework assignment for The Cooking Cure was to stock your kitchen for one new breakfast.
Lamb stew with artichokes, olives, and mint; mango and berry smoothie, and fudge stripe cookies in today's Delicious Links.
Q: I was just wondering where and when it became a good idea to store coffee in the freezer? My father and my grandparents practice this habit and it is the one thing I do not look forward to when I visit.
Almost every element in Ellenkate and Tim's Chicago rental apartment is DIY'ed in some capacity. From the wooden bar area "hand-distressed with apple cider vinegar and steel wool" to the hand-built loft bed, this couple loves working together on projects for their home.
Peek into my cupboards and you'll know I drink coffee — the stubborn brown stains on my mugs prove it.
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How do you take your morning coffee? If you can't imagine anything other than wrapping both hands around a big bowl of café au lait (okay, or a latté — we'll give you that!
A little kale + a little bacon = a lot to love. Day 4: Stock your kitchen for one new breakfast. In between blog posts and coworker chats this morning, I slipped away for a half hour to go to the grocery store.