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3 Clever Knife Storage Solutions — Sharpen Up

No matter how you slice it, each method of knife storage — whether you use a magnetic strip, knife block, or drawer system — comes with its own list of pros and cons. I happen to have some decent knives from Wüsthof, but they’re not so new and amazing that I feel the need to […]

Shakshuka (North African-Style Poached Eggs in Spicy Tomato Sauce)

Though it’s North African in origin, these days shakshuka is popular throughout the Middle East (particularly in Israel, where it may as well be one of the national dishes) and in hip neighborhood diners all over the coastal US. Given its versatility, it’s easy to see why. It’s quick; it’s simple; it’s easy to scale […]

Chipotle Chicken and Corn Bacon Chowder

With the cooler weather rolling in I have been thinking about soups more and you really can't go wrong with a tasty chowder like this chipotle chicken and corn bacon chowder! I enjoy using corn in chowders as it adds that amazing sweetness and you can use it year round with frozen or canned corn […]

Chicken Florentine Bundles

It isn’t often around here that we have the same thing for dinner two weeks in a row.  But, after I made these awesome little Chicken Florentine Bundles one night, and watched my family devour them in a matter of … Continue reading → The post Chicken Florentine Bundles appeared first on Chew Nibble Nosh.

How Did the Cast Iron Skillet Take Over the World? — Pan of Iron, Pan of Steel

If you search for “cast iron” on eBay, you will see about 15,000 cookware items for sale. There are also about 20 cast iron cookbooks presently on the market, not to mention numerous blogs dedicated to cast iron collecting and cooking. And there is, of course, a Facebook group, of which I am now a […]

Would You Drink Coffee Out of an Ice Cream Cone? — On Trend

(Image credit: @coffeeinacone) Are you ready to trade in your Thermos or paper cup for a waffle cone? The Grind Coffee Company, a coffee shop based in South Africa, has engineered a waffle cone that is made to hold coffee. The resulting product is called #coffeeinacone and it’s taking over Instagram. <p><a href=’http://www.thekitchn.com/would-you-drink-coffee-out-of-an-ice-cream-cone-236856′><strong>READ MORE »</strong></a></p>

How Jill Smokler of Scary Mommy Masters Her Mondays — Monday Masters

(Image credit: Courtesy of Jill Smokler) Why are Mondays so hard? And do they really have to be? We asked five successful women — an actress, an author, a chemist, a philanthropist, and a budding surgeon — to share their secrets on how they make the first day of the week just a little bit […]

Homemade Cheez-Its

Because they incorporate cream instead of the more common butter, these homemade crackers brown more flavorfully as they bake, creating a deep, nutty, grilled cheese sort of vibe. Eat ’em out of hand, or serve with hearty soups, stews, and chilis. Get Recipe!

Asiago Roasted Mushroom Mashed Cauliflower

I have been enjoying cauliflower mashed potatoes ever since I first tried them and today a have a really tasty asiago roasted mushroom mashed cauliflower to share with you! Mashed cauliflower is basically cooked cauliflower that is mashed and served as if they were mashed potatoes, a lighter, low-carb version! Normally I steam the cauliflower […]

The Best Trick for Keeping a Cutting Board from Slipping — Tips from The Kitchn

You don’t need any fancy grips or gadgets to keep your cutting board in place while you work — you just need some good old-fashioned ingenuity. This little trick, which is common practice among professional chefs, will save that board from sliding all over the counter while you dice and chop. <p><a href=’http://www.thekitchn.com/the-best-trick-for-keeping-a-cutting-board-from-slipping-235222′><strong>READ MORE »</strong></a></p>

5 Common Breakfast Battles and How to Solve Them — Cook Smarter

5 Breakfast Sandwiches to Ease the Morning Struggle (Image credit: Karla Conrad) We all hear that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but not everyone wakes up with a roaring appetite and a desire to sit at the table. And for families with kids in particular, there are often distinct “breakfast personalities” […]

How To Cook Broccoli, 5 Ways — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

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Creamy Bacon Honey Dijon Skillet Chicken

Quick and easy chicken dinners are always welcome and this creamy bacon honey dijon chicken is the one that I am currently crushing on! It's such a nice and simple one-pan dish with a super tasty skillet sauce! It starts off with some bacon which is cooked in the skillet before adding the chicken to […]

7 Fun Facts About Pickles — Food News

Today, pickle enthusiasts converge in their spiritual home — the Lower East Side — to celebrate the 15th annual Pickle Day. To mark the occasion, here are seven facts from New York City’s pickled past. <p><a href=’http://www.thekitchn.com/7-fun-facts-about-pickles-235199′><strong>READ MORE »</strong></a></p>

30 Recipes You Should Know by the Age of 30 — Recipes from The Kitchn

When you first start cooking it’s natural and tempting to work on the beautiful, complicated recipes you see in fancy cookbooks. What you soon discover, however, is that cooking has a lot of building blocks. Your favorite chicken tikka masala recipe, for instance, will benefit from you having previously made a simple dish of chicken […]

How To Cook Beans in an Electric Pressure Cooker — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

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The Slow-Cooker Egg Casserole Is a Breakfast Miracle — Miracle Meals

Meghan introduced us all to the everyday beauty of miracle meals, the dinners that emerge miraculously through sheer wit and pluck. But we need miracles at breakfast, too — perhaps even more so, given how tough it can be to eat a hearty breakfast on a busy morning. And miracles do emerge to rescue you […]

Spicy Roasted Corn and Jalapeno Avocado Soup

When I think about avocados one of the last things that I tend to think about is soups but avocados are great in soup whether in the form of chunks or pureed in the broth! The sweet corn and avocado flavour combo is a great one and it works oh so well in this spicy […]

Make a Better Salad Dressing with a Cocktail Shaker — Tool Tips from The Kitchn

You probably already know the basic technique for making a vinaigrette, but we have a little twist on the basic method, and it gives a uni-tasking bar tool new life. Not only can your cocktail shaker make your favorite libation, but it’s also the key to a more successful vinaigrette. <p><a href=’http://www.thekitchn.com/make-a-better-salad-dressing-with-a-cocktail-shaker-234861′><strong>READ MORE »</strong></a></p>

What Tea (Yes, Tea!) Taught Me About Love — Feature Story

The average Brit drinks 876 cups of tea a year — but not me. Ever. It has made me quite the anomaly at home in England, as I break tea protocol by turning down the offer of a cuppa at people’s houses or by sitting out on tea breaks at work. When friends come to […]

Replace Six Tools in Your Kitchen with Just One Whisk — Tool Tips from The Kitchn

A while back, Sheela made the argument that four whisks are better than one. I couldn’t agree with her more. Not only is this our go-to tool for mixing eggs and stirring together vinaigrettes, but it also can be used in place of a variety of specialty tools and appliances. <p><a href=’http://www.thekitchn.com/replace-six-tools-in-your-kitchen-with-just-one-whisk-234841′><strong>READ MORE »</strong></a></p>

How To Scramble Tofu — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

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5 Uses for Paper Plates in the Kitchen — Tool Tips from The Kitchn

If you’re anything like me, you buy a package of paper plates for a specific occasion (say, a picnic in the park or a barbecue), and then find yourself with a lot of extras that lurk in the back of a cabinet for a long time. It’s time to break them out because there’s a […]

15 Easy Recipes for Your Next Crappy Dinner Party — Kitchn Recipe Roundup

Does the idea of having guests drop in make you anxious? Maybe you worry about the perfect recipe to make for dinner, or whether your house is clean enough, or whether your kids will be well-behaved. But no more! It’s time to embrace the idea of the crappy dinner party. No cleaning, no fancy menus, […]

Butter-Basted Sous Vide Halibut

Halibut aren’t terribly fun to fish (think: reeling up a 200-pound bath mat through hundreds of feet of icy-cold water), but man, are they delicious! Firm yet flaky, with a heartier texture and flavor than other widely available white fish on the market. Halibut cooks more like a thick steak—well-browned and -crusted on the outside, […]

The Cutest Way to Pack Condiments for Lunch — Office Eats

5 Essential Tools for Packing a Week of School Lunches on Sunday (Image credit: Meghan Splawn) Packing lunch every day can get boring, but here’s a fun and inexpensive way to make it more fun. My colleague Meghan makes lunch for her kids each day and, on a hunt to keep her “lunch-packing spark alive,” […]

Kitchn Editors' Brilliant Work-from-Home Lunches — Office Eats

Egg and Avocado Salad on Toast (Image credit: Lauren Volo) While many of our editors here at Kitchn work from home, the question of what’s for lunch remains a dilemma we face daily — just like those who head to the office. Sure, we benefit from having our kitchen and pantry at our disposal, but […]

5 Things You Don't Have to Do for Dinner Guests on Weeknights — Crappy Dinner Parties

5 Simple Rules for Throwing a Dinner Party After Work (Image credit: Alexis Buryk) If the idea of a dinner party sends you into a spiral of menu planning, linen ironing, and wine glass shining before hosting friends and family for dinner, then let me please introduce you to Crappy Dinner Parties. Crappy dinner parties […]

How To Cut a Jalapeño the Right Way — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

(Image credit: Christine Han) Open Slideshow Jalapeños are a culinary delight — readily available at every market, and just the right size for spicing up almost any dish. Rumors abound about the source of jalapeños’ heat — some swear the seeds hold the heat, others the membrane. Knowing how to seed, slice, and dice them […]

20 Minute Thai Basil Beef

Basil is one of my favourite herbs and it's always nice to be able to enjoy a lot of it in a recipe like this super tasty, quick and easy 20 minute Thai basil beef! This recipe it super simple! You pretty much just cook the beef, shallots, garlic and peppers before seasoning with the […]

Pure and Simple Slow-Cooked Boston Baked Beans

Boston baked beans, one of the most famous of many versions of baked beans to come out of New England, stars very few ingredients, the main ones being no more than beans, molasses, and salt pork. The secret is a long, slow cook in a dry oven to gently tenderize and partially break down the […]

How To Roast Any Vegetable — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

(Image credit: Faith Durand) Open Cooking Lesson I am a firm believer in the power of a roasted vegetable. Not only can virtually every vegetable be cooked in this way — no recipe required — but roasted vegetables are universally pleasurable to eat. Have a picky eater in the house? Want a break from your […]

Classic Smooth and Silky Béchamel (White Sauce)

Béchamel is one of the mother sauces in classic French cooking, and one of the most important sauces to learn for all sorts of dishes, French and otherwise. It’s a key ingredient in soufflé, a classic Bolognese lasagna, and even old-school mac and cheese. And it’s incredibly easy to make. Here’s how. Get Recipe!

Dorie Greenspan’s Double-Buckwheat Double-Chocolate Cookies

Plainly and simply, Dorie Greenspan is my baking guru. Her Baking: From My Home to Yours book is my baking bible.  The pages are dog-eared, floured, crinkly, and splattered with recipe shrapnel, which is always a sign of good things. … Continue reading → The post Dorie Greenspan’s Double-Buckwheat Double-Chocolate Cookies appeared first on Chew […]

Arepas Are the Key to a Better Breakfast Sandwich — The Better Breakfast Sandwich

How To Make Arepas (Image credit: Maria Midoes) A staple of both Venezuelan and Colombian cuisine, arepas are versatile enough to eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. This corn-based griddle cake is also naturally gluten-free and reheats even better than bread, bagels, or English muffins, which makes them the best vessel for a breakfast sandwich […]

How To Make Arepas — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

(Image credit: Maria Midoes) Open Slideshow To say that arepas are a simple corn pocket that can fried, boiled, baked, or stuffed is too basic a description for this regional specialty that typifies Colombian and Venezuelan cuisines. Arepas are not tortillas (although they hold the same cultural significance) and they are not bread (although they […]

20 Cooks Share Their Favorite Knives — 20 Cooks, 20 Knives

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The Ultimate Homemade McRib (Smoked-Rib Sandwich)

McDonald’s McRib is the rarely available pork-and-barbecue-sauce sandwich with a cultlike following. My goal? Take everything we love about the McRib and turn it up to 11, by starting from scratch with a few high-quality ingredients and a lot of good technique. It’s a project, but it is oh-so-worth it. Get Recipe!

Thick and Creamy Tomato Soup

With only a splash of cream per serving, the secret to this soup’s creamy consistency is carrot purée. Its subtle sweetness mellows the acidity of canned tomatoes, for a hearty soup that feels like a meal on its own. Finished with a handful of fresh basil, this soup is the perfect accompaniment to any salad […]

BBQ Chicken and Grilled Pineapple Nachos

Today I have some game day snacking BBQ chicken and grilled pineapple nachos for you! These nachos are super easy to make and they are just packed with flavour! The sweet, spicy and smoky BBQ chicken and tangy grilled pineapple combo is such a nice one and it only gets better when you serve it […]

Our First Office Tour: A Non-Traditional Kitchen — Video from Kitchn

Home is where the heart is, and for Rachel Winard, a piece of her heart belongs to her business based in Brooklyn, NY. Specializing in natural skincare products, Soapwalla is housed in a productive yet comfortable working space used for cooking and packaging products for customers. Rachel considers herself a chef, donning her apron and […]

5 Tips for Starting a Morning Meditation Practice — Master Your Monday

(Image credit: Amy Covington/Stocksy) It’s Monday morning. Images of the weekend flow through your mind as you snuggle deeper into your pillow, reliving them. Then your eyes open, see the clock, remember the presentation you have to give in an hour, and heart racing and teeth clenched, you rush to the kitchen to make coffee. […]

How To Make Rice in a Rice Cooker — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

(Image credit: Christine Han) Open Slideshow If you eat a lot of rice with your meals, or if you feel plagued by a rice-cooking hex, then a rice cooker is a must-have in your kitchen. It turns out perfectly cooked rice, night after night, meal after meal. Almost more than any other kitchen gadget, this […]

4 Microwave Shortcuts That Actually Work — Tool Tips from The Kitchn

(Image credit: Sea martini Graphics/Shutterstock) A microwave can do more than just reheat last night’s dinner and make a bag of popcorn. In fact, it’s a more useful tool in the kitchen than most people think — and I am not just talking about the fact that you can bake cakes in mugs. In fact, […]

Chungah Rhee of Damn Delicious Shares Her Miracle Meal — Miracle Meals

(Image credit: Chungah Rhee) Chungah Rhee, author of the blog Damn Delicious, has been creating recipes and taking photos of food for five years, all with the goal of helping people figure out what to make for dinner. The blog began as a way to track the recipes she was making, but quickly gained a […]

Balsamic Maple Dijon Chicken with Bacon Sauce

Are you looking for a quick and easy weeknight dinner that's just packed with flavour? This balsamic maple dijon chicken with bacon sauce will hit the spot! This one pan recipe is so nice and simple! You start out by cooking the bacon, setting it aside to cook the chicken, followed by some onion and […]

90-Second Scrambled Eggs — Cook Smarter

(Image credit: Kelli Foster) Cooking scrambled eggs on the stove only takes 10 to 15 minutes, but sometimes you don’t even have that long. Enter: the microwave. Yes, the microwave. Scrambled eggs made in the microwave are a smart, perfectly good alternative to those made on the stovetop. I know — you may be utterly […]

This Is the Most Beautiful Play Kitchen of All Time — Kitchn Goes Shopping

(Image credit: Anchors & Honey) Did you have a play kitchen when you were a kid? I did. Mine was made out of plastic and was Sesame Street-themed. It wasn’t chic-looking, and it definitely didn’t include a gold sink. The kitchen you see above is hands-down the most gorgeous play kitchen I’ve ever seen. The […]

Eat and Drink Like a Local in Berlin — Videos from Kitchn

Thinking about a trip to Berlin? Get to know the delicacies of the city from the people who know it best: the locals. Here, they share their regular haunts, go-to dishes, and hidden gems. Bratwurst is a must, of course — and inexpensive too — while Café Koti is an ideal place to grab a […]

Easy Peanut Butter Frosting

Ready in under 10 minutes, this salty-sweet frosting is perfect for spur-of-the-moment desserts. With it, you can turn a batch of fresh banana muffins into cupcakes, make snack-time sandwiches with graham crackers, or whip up a simple topping for brownies. While honey’s a natural match for peanut butter, don’t hesitate to try maple syrup or […]