Whether it's a French press, a Bialetti or a latte, if you have a love for coffee, there's a high chance that it's a fierce love.
The Kitchn Cure Day 16: Monday, September 1 Assignment: Clean out the under-sink area and evaluate your cleaning tools.
Are single-layer cakes all the rage right now or am I just little behind the times? Either way, I am in love.
Open Slideshow If there's one thing we love this time of year, it's a cold and sparkling glass of sangria or fruity cocktail, poured from a pitcher large enough to share.
When reader Kelly's kitchen remodel hit our inbox we were blown away by the transformation. The wood-paneled cabinets were straight out of the 1960s, and they made the kitchen especially dark.
It's the final days of August and I confess that I'm ready for the fall. I've become watchful, alert to subtle shifts and signals: the changing light, the shorter days, a touch of something in the air.
We're so interested by how things are made — not just food, but the tools we use. Here's a look at how cast iron skillets are made in Tennessee, with some tips and expert advice we picked up along the way from Lodge.
How To Make Pumpkin Spice Lattes (Even Better Than Starbucks!) It's a long holiday weekend for us here in the States and boy, am I ready for it!
Q: I'm in the process of setting up a makeshift kitchen in our living room to help us get through an upcoming renovation.
The weather might be hot where you are, but we're already dreaming of cozier recipes for the fall. If you're in the same mindset, try our tutorial for meatballs, make chicken burrito bowls in your slow cooker, or sip on a homemade pumpkin spice latte before it hits Starbucks next week.
The angle: Come for the party, stay for the food — this is Caribbean home cooking at its finest. Recipes for right now: Callalloo Dip with Homemade Root Chips, Cho Cho Zucchini-and-Mint Gazpacho, Jerked Honey-Bacon Cheeseburger, Roast Salmon with Citrus Ginger Aioli, Curried Goat with White Rum and Fresh Mango Who would enjoy this book?
From Apartment Therapy → DIY Herbal Smudge Sticks & Fire Starters Here's an easy way to dry extra herbs and flowers and turn them into fragrant and useful fire starters!
Hot and Steamy: A Visual Tour of Hot Water Bath Canning 'Tis the season of preserving — from dill pickles to fresh tomato sauce.
I just might have to rethink my lunch strategy from now on. These super-adorable lunch time ideas from crafty DIY'er, Lisa Storms kinda have me wishing I was back in school!
Are one of the many people who go out of your way to avoid monosodium glutamate a.k.a. MSG? Turns out, not only is it nearly impossible to avoid, but it also is completely safe to eat.
Salad Swag: 3 Cures for the Common Salad Autumn is on its way, and suddenly life feels very busy. Often the first thing to fall by the wayside is home cooking and homemade lunches in particular.
The Kitchn Cure Day 15: Friday, August 29 Assignment: Restock your pantry. Buy any tools, gadgets, or utensils you really need.
We're savoring the last days of summer with grilling and some killer cocktails. Combine the two and you've got a head start on an amazing happy hour this weekend.
We're rolling on through The Kitchn Cure, 20 days (or four weekends) of assignments to get your kitchen clean, organized, well-stocked, and all round rocking.
Open Slideshow Commercial baking soda and baking powder are two key ingredients that are essential to baking, but unless you're a frequent baker, a container will last a long time.