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Curtido

Curtido is a Central American form of lightly fermented cabbage that is commonly served as a condiment in various dishes including pupusas. It is similar to sauerkraut or tart cole slaw or even kimchi. I like that it's super easy to make where you pretty much just mix some shredded cabbage, carrots and onions along […]

Recipe: Upside-Down Tomato Corn Cake — Recipes from The Kitchn

(Image credit: Maria Midoes) When you’ve reached the point of salad fatigue and are looking for a way to make the most of sweet summer corn and juicy red tomatoes, look no further than this savory cake. It’s inspired by tomato cobbler and skillet corn bread, with a nod to the sweetness of a classic […]

In 3 Years, Your Meal Will Come Wrapped in Milk Instead of Plastic — Food News

(Image credit: NaturalBox/Shutterstock) The plastic wrap that many food items are sold in at the grocery store is not as great as you think. According to Bloomberg, this plastic is hard to recycle, and even adds harmful chemicals to your food. But this could all change in a matter of three short years. The U.S. […]

Frozen Mezcal Palomas

This is a summer cocktail you won’t soon forget. It’s bright and tart like a margarita, but not too sweet, and the soft, floral side of grapefruit comes forward, along with perfectly balanced bitterness. The key here, though, is the base spirit. You may think of mezcal as smoky, but the smoke from roasted agave […]

Greek Lemon Foil Roasted Potatoes

When you are cooking with on grill or barbecue it's nice to be able to cook your entire meal on it, including the sides. Potatoes are always a great side dish and very often I roast them in the oven and they can also be roasted on the grill! You simply need to throw them […]

Esquites (Mexican Corn Salad) Avocado Toast

Avocado toast is so simple and oh so good but really it's just a start and I always enjoy adding extra flavour! One of my favourite summer dishes is esquites (Mexican corn salad) with charred corn, mayo, lime juice and crumbled cheese! There is just something magical about the sweet charred corn, creamy mayo and […]

How Triathlete Melissa Stockwell Eats for the Paralympics — What Olympians Eat

(Image credit: Courtesy of the U.S. Olympic Committee) The Olympics may be over, but there’s more action to come in Rio. We’re talking about the Paralympics, which run from September 7 to 18. The competitors in these games aren’t just amazing athletes — they’re also incredible people who have overcome obstacles and still manage to […]

5-Minute Freezer Side Dish: Garlic & Sour Cream Mashed Cauliflower — 5-Minute Side Dishes

(Image credit: Christine Han) When you crave the creaminess of mashed potatoes blended with sour cream and butter, but still want something a little lighter and a lot faster, reach for a bag of frozen cauliflower. READ MORE »

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10 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do in a Mason Jar — Mason Jar Everlasting

How To Make DIY Instant Noodle Cups (Image credit: Emma Christensen) We all know Mason jars are great for storing spices, salads, and overnight oats, but these handy kitchen classics have quite a few hidden talents that make them even more useful in the kitchen. Just wait until you see what else the Mason jar […]

Recipe: Chili and Cheese Stuffed Chicken Breast — Recipes from The Kitchn

(Image credit: Maria Midoes) Chili and cheese stuffed chicken breast may never win any beauty awards, but that’s just fine because — as this quick dinner proves — it’s what’s on the inside that counts. READ MORE »

Vietnamese Grilled Lemongrass Pork Chops (Thit Heo Nuong Xa)

Thit heo nuong xa—Vietnamese lemongrass grilled pork chops—are one of the easiest Vietnamese restaurant dishes to replicate at home. You don’t need the special bread required for a good banh mi. You don’t need to spend hours constructing a delicately aromatic broth, like with pho. This is a dish that takes maybe half an hour […]

Summer Gazpacho

I love gazpacho in the summertime.  And every year, I don’t make it nearly often enough.  This year, I somehow made it all the way to August before diving in to a big bowl of it, and I’m already kicking … Continue reading → The post Summer Gazpacho appeared first on Chew Nibble Nosh.

Greek Style Grilled Lamb Chops

Next up for your grilling enjoyment are these tasty greek style grilled lamb chops! The lamb chops are marinated in a a Greek style marinade consisting of olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, oregano and yogurt over night before they are thrown on the grill and grilled until they are lightly charred, smoky and oh so […]

Recipe: Rainbow Fruit Salad — Recipes from The Kitchn

(Image credit: Maria Midoes) Fruit salad should be something you actually want to eat, rather than something that’s pushed to the side of a brunch spread or looked upon sadly when carried out for dessert. This one, featuring every color of the rainbow, is that and more. READ MORE »

Chorizo Quesadillas With Radish and Fennel Salsa

Crispy tortillas filled with spicy chorizo and gooey cheese, these quesadillas are balanced by the fresh, unusual flavor of a radish and fennel salsa. It’s a sophisticated pairing that elevates a familiar comfort food. Get Recipe!

Diving Edition: 10 Recipes to Spring(board) You into the Week — Eat Like an Olympian

One-Pan BBQ Chicken Burrito Bowls (Image credit: Maria Siriano) Open Slideshow No matter how you cut it, Mondays are rough. Tackling Monday night dinner sometimes feels like the toughest job of all, but it certainly doesn’t have to be that way. Start the week with meals that can be partially or fully made in advance […]

In Which We Talk You into Cold Soups — The Kitchn Summer Countdown

(Image credit: Susanna Hopler) While it’s true that you can find Vichyssoise (that delightfully cool, velvety potato soup) offered year-round, most cold soups are pretty much only served in summer. So if you haven’t had the chance to treat yourself to a refreshing cold soup, do so soon before it’s too late! And if you […]

5 Ways to Put Overripe Tomatoes to Work — No-Waste Cooking

(Image credit: Coco Morante) It’s easy to get carried away this time of year and overdo it with your tomato purchasing. I am particularly guilty — my shopping list says that I only need two tomatoes, but then I inevitably get lured in by all the pretty tomato varieties and buy far more than I […]

How To Make the Best Tomato Grilled Cheese Sandwich — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

(Image credit: Jeff Roffman) Open Slideshow Grilled cheese with fresh tomato always seems like a really satisfying sandwich — until you sit down and eat one, that is. The problem is that melty cheese and wet tomatoes make for a very unstable sandwich. By making an open-faced grilled cheese and adding fresh tomatoes that have […]

A Guide to Pronouncing These 7 Brazilian Foods — Bossa Nova Kitchen

(Image credit: Illustrations: Netkoff/Shutterstock) Unlike, say, French, Italian, or even Mexican food, Brazilian food is a little more uncharted for many. You may simply think steak when you hear Brazil, but the country has a whole lot more going for it from a culinary standpoint. So before you begin your next culinary adventure, get acquainted […]

The Best Way to Store Whole Tomatoes — Tips from The Kitchn

(Image credit: shebeko/Shutterstock) Tomato storage can be quite controversial. Many hold on to the belief that tomatoes should under no circumstance be stored in the refrigerator. Some have never heard such advice. Some keep their garden tomatoes on a kitchen windowsill and, while it is incredibly charming, it might not be the best way to […]

Creamy Cajeta Ice Cream

Back when I first developed my recipe for cajeta, I stumbled onto this ice cream as a way to polish off my infinite supply of leftovers. “Leftover” cajeta may not be a thing in your world, but it’s well worth making a batch for the sole purpose of churning up this silky eggless ice cream. […]

Cajeta Whipped Cream

Whether you’re looking for the ultimate companion to Cajeta Ice Cream or a silky counterpoint to your favorite fudge brownies, this chantilly will add a note of toffee-like richness to any dessert. Get Recipe!

15 New Ways to Use Your Slow Cooker This Summer — Recipes from The Kitchn

How To Make Crunchy Granola in the Slow Cooker (Image credit: Leela Cyd) Open Slideshow You might think the slow cooker is an appliance made for the fall and winter months, when you’re craving heavy soups, stews, and braises, but it can be just as useful in the summer for many reasons. One, it doesn’t […]

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5 Ways to Make Dessert with Sugar Cookie Dough — 1 Ingredient 5 Ways

Mini Fruit Pizzas (Image credit: Sarah E Crowder) Sugar cookies may be plain, but they’re far from boring. In fact, their simplicity is exactly what makes them great: You can taste all the butter and sugar without anything getting in the way. That simplicity also means that the dough can be transformed into a number […]

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What to Eat While Reading First Star I See Tonight — Hot Reads, Cool Eats

(Image credit: Samantha Bolton) August is the perfect time to curl up with a good book. This hot-and-steamy month is, appropriately, Read-a-Romance Month, 31 days dedicated to swooning and melting, yearning and burning. We asked Bobbi Dumas, founder of this homage to romance novels, to pick her favorite book each week. Naturally, we’ll be complementing […]

8 Food-Themed Pajamas for Sweet (and Savory) Dreams — Shopping

(Image credit: ASOS) Cute pajamas are always a good idea, but never more so than when all you really want to do is stay inside and binge-watch Stranger Things. We don’t blame you — it’s absolutely disgusting out, and Stranger Things is pretty awesome. Because we’re mildly food obsessed, we prefer our PJs to be […]

Cajeta Sundae

The various elements of this sundae can be prepared over the course of a week, then assembled in a few minutes flat. The sweet toffee flavor and creamy consistency of the cajeta ice cream pairs well with the salty crunch of popcorn, but you can use whatever sort of topping you prefer, from peanuts to […]

The Ultimate BLT Sandwich

A BLT is not a well-dressed bacon sandwich. A BLT is a tomato sandwich, seasoned with bacon. From this basic premise, all else follows. Indeed, a better name for the BLT might well be the Tomato Club, for it is the perfect tomato, not the bacon, that is the rarest, the most ephemeral, the most […]

Suns ‘n Roses (Rum and Stone Fruit Punch)

This porch-appropriate summer sipper is rich and mellow but not too sweet, thanks to a balance of fresh and dried stone fruit, aged rum, and lemon. Adapted from a recipe created by Tommy Quimby for San Francisco’s Rich Table, it captures the flavor of ripe peaches and apricots in a simple blended syrup. A little […]

Thai Green Curry Pork Dumplings in Coconut Sauce with Crispy Fried Shallots

While visiting festivals this summer I noticed a few places selling creative takes on dumplings which sounded like fun! With dumplings you have several ways to make things interesting including the flavours in the filling, how you cook them and what you serve them in/with or what you garnish them with! One of the first […]

Scoop Your Watermelon for the Summer's Easiest Sundae — Mother of Melons

(Image credit: Maria Siriano) You can skip the ice cream and fro-yo this summer because the sweetest, most refreshing way to fill that cone is with a scoop of watermelon. Whipped cream and cherry optional. READ MORE »

12 Stylish Recessed Cabinet Pulls — Apartment Therapy

(Image credit: Petra Bindel for Elle Decoration) From Apartment Therapy → Small Space Savers: Stylish Recessed Cabinet Pulls READ MORE »

Recipe: Tomato Butter — Recipes from The Kitchn

(Image credit: Maria Siriano) It’s hard to improve on sweet summer tomatoes, but it’s not impossible. Pack as many juicy tomatoes as possible into a simple compound butter and you have a versatile ingredient that you’ll be able to hold onto long past these balmy months and into fall. READ MORE »

Japanese Omelette-Topped Ketchup Fried Rice With Chicken (Omurice)

Japan’s omurice, which also goes by the names omumeshi and omuraisu, is an addictive dish of fried rice served with an omelette. It’s surprisingly easy to make at home. In this recipe, the rice is fried with onion, carrot, and diced chicken, then tossed with ketchup to form a flavorful glaze. Get Recipe!

Thai-Style Chicken Satay With Peanut-Tamarind Dipping Sauce

I recently tested a whole slew of skewers to find the best ones for grilling, and since then, this has been the summer of grilled-things-on-a-stick. And I’m not through poking-and-grilling yet. This time, it’s sweet-and-savory Thai-style chicken satay with a tamarind-peanut dipping sauce. It’s a staple dish of Thai restaurants in the US, but so, […]

DIY Pudding Pops

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Creamy Berry Poppy Seed Dressing

This creamy berry poppy seed dressing has to be the king of summer salads! I mean you can't get much more summer-y than bright tangy dressing with no less than four summer berries in it! The base of this dressing is fresh strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and black berries along with olive oil and a white […]

Berry and Avocado Spinach Salad with Feta and Pistachios in a Creamy Berry Poppy Seed Dressing

Are you ready for another light and refreshing summer salad? How about this berry and avocado spinach salad with feta and pistachios in a creamy berry poppy seed dressing? With no less than four berries this salad just screams summer! The combination of strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and black berries is phenomenal and it only gets […]

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Let This Broccoli Side Dish Ignite Your Senses — 5-Minute Side Dishes

(Image credit: Christine Han) Move over, steamed broccoli. Inspired by a favorite green bean side dish, these broccoli florets get a sweet, fiery boost and a crunchy nut topping. READ MORE »

A Sweet Way to Add Light to Your Kitchen or Dining Room — Apartment Therapy

(Image credit: LASVIT) From Apartment Therapy → This Candy-Inspired Lighting Is Pretty Sweet READ MORE »

Recipe: Rainbow Pizza — Recipes from The Kitchn

(Image credit: Lauren Volo) This colorful pie, loaded with every color of the rainbow, takes veggie pizza to a whole new level. It’s a great way to put your farmers market haul to work, and makes firing up the oven totally worth it. READ MORE »

Japanese Pork Fried Rice Omelette With Okonomiyaki Sauce (Omurice)

Japan’s omurice, which also goes by the names omumeshi and omuraisu, is an addictive dish of fried rice served with an omelette. It’s surprisingly easy to make at home. In this recipe, inspired by a version served at a restaurant in Ehime Prefecture, Japan, the rice is fried with cabbage and diced pork belly or […]

Lemon Garlic Chicken Pasta with Broccoli

Some of the best recipes don’t come from cookbooks, or generation after generation of family, time-tested tweaks.  Sometimes, the recipes on the back of a grocery store package are pretty darn good.  (Toll House cookies, anyone?)  This recipe, for our … Continue reading → The post Lemon Garlic Chicken Pasta with Broccoli appeared first on […]

A Must-See, Must-Eat: Spiralized Sweet Potato with Kale Pesto — Video from Kitchn

If you’re zoodled out or need a new vegetable to try in your spiralizer, then this is the recipe for you. Perfect as a main or side dish, spiralized sweet potato with kale pesto is a fresh take on serving your vegetables with a twist. READ MORE »

Toss These 10 Things in Your Home Before Summer's Over — Apartment Therapy

(Image credit: Leanne Bertram) From Apartment Therapy → 10 Things in Your Home You Should Toss by the End of Summer READ MORE »

Miso, Pork, and Walnut Dip for Vegetables

By blending miso with pork, walnuts, and onions, you can create a deeply flavorful and savory Japanese-style dip that’s perfect for raw and cooked vegetables. A little bit goes a long way, so once you have some in the refrigerator, you’ll be able to eat it with many meals. Get Recipe!

Smashed Chickpea and Avocado Sandwich

I have been coming across the this smashed chickpea and avocado salad sandwich on pinterest for a while now and given that both avocados and chickpeas are among my favourite foods it was only a matter of time before I made them! These sandwiches could not be simpler, you basically just take chickpeas and an […]

Recipe Roulette: What Should I Have for Lunch? — Videos from The Kitchn

Of all the decisions you have to make during the day, why should lunch be one of the hard ones? Recipe Roulette helps you figure out what to eat with just a click. Simply start the video, then hit pause whenever you like to help find what you should have for lunch. You can find […]

10 Stylish Kitchen Faucets Under $200 — Apartment Therapy

(Image credit: Katie Holdefehr) From Apartment Therapy → A Stylish Kitchen for Less: 10 Great Looking Kitchen Faucets Under $200 READ MORE »