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Skillet Sweet Chili Chicken

This skillet sweet chili chicken recipe is such a quick and easy dish that is perfect for busy weeknight dinners and it's just packed with flavour! After sauteing the chicken in a skillet until cooked you simply add the sweet chili sauce, season it a bit with fish sauce and lime juice before adding the […]

Homemade Biscuits

No buttermilk? No problem! These biscuits bake up tender, fluffy, and golden brown thanks to plain yogurt, which keeps them wonderfully thick and moist as well. They’re primarily leavened with baking powder, with just enough baking soda to add a little omph to their browning and rise. This ensures the yogurt’s tangy flavor shines through, […]

The New Food TV Shows & Movies to Stream in March — Stream, Eat, Repeat

A new month means new movies and TV shows to watch on Netflix. This March there are a handful of food shows to consider, including a British comedy about a secret cooking club and a Pinterest-inspired show about baking. And Gordon Ramsay’s Masterchef Junior returns to TV! READ MORE »

Um, Did You Know You Can Make Wine in Your Instant Pot? — Pop Culture

The Instant Pot is one of the biggest food trends of the past few years, and it is only getting bigger. People are obsessed with it because it does the work of seven other appliances and takes up less space in the kitchen. It can pressure cook, slow cook, cook rice, steam food, make yogurt, […]

Sweet Chilli Sauce

Sweet chili sauce is one of my all time favourite condiments and I make my own all the time! It's sweet, it's spicy and it's amazing on pretty much anything! (Or by the spoonful!) The primary ingredients are of course the chilies and sugar with garlic, vinegar and salt for seasoning and cornstarch to thicken. […]

10 Fast & Easy Dinner Ideas for Hungry Toddlers & Tired Parents — Recipes from The Kitchn

My youngest just officially left the toddler years for that “threenager” year, but the struggles of feeding a toddler are not too far away from my memory. Toddlers bounce from happy and inquisitive to tired and cranky easily without the capacity to tell us that they are hungry and headed for a meltdown. All of […]

The Pioneer Woman's Secret for Dining Out with Teenagers — Pop Culture

In the past 12 years, The Pioneer Woman has built an empire on cooking and writing about food in the most relatable way. During that time her fans have watched her children turn from cute little kids to full-grown teenagers who do things like walk through the door with 12 hungry friends 10 minutes before […]

5 Lessons I Learned from My Dog About Eating — Pets in the Kitchen

I am the owner of a mostly lovable mutt. The runt of a rescue litter from rural Louisiana, Charlie has an interesting relationship with food. In short, there are few things he looks forward to more than eating, and if you try to come between him and his bowl — beware. While the past several […]

Mango Lassi

Canned Kesar mango purée is the key to making this bright and floral drink year-round. This lassi is sweetened with a touch of nutty palm sugar syrup and finished with a squeeze of fresh lime juice. Get Recipe!

Salted Mint Lassi (Borhani)

This herbaceous, savory lassi is the perfect accompaniment to any Indian meal. Just a pinch of chaat masala adds funky and tangy flavor, while black pepper and Kashmiri red chili powder bring the heat. Get Recipe!

4 Ingredient Dark Chocolate Dipped Peanut Butter Cookies

I am a huge fan of peanut butter cookies so when I came across these 4 ingredient dark chocolate dipped peanut butter cookies on pinterest I had to make them right away! The 3 ingredients for the cookies are peanut butter, dates, and eggs with the dark chocolate for the dip being the fourth ingredient. […]

Want White Countertops? Here Are 6 Great Options. — Apartment Therapy

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Pink Lettuce Is About to Take Over Your Instagram Feed — Food Trends

Usually when I think of pink food, it might be rosé, or a donut, or some unicorn-themed drink from Starbucks — but not today. Today I’m talking about pink lettuce. You know, like the stuff you find in a salad? Lately I’ve been seeing it all over Instagram and it’s not just a post-Valentine’s Day […]

Mushroom and Eggplant Veggie Burgers

I like a good beef burger and I also like to change the meat up and so lamb, turkey, and pork make frequent appearances. Another option that I have been increasingly seeing in restaurants and that I have been getting requests for is veggie burgers or burgers made with the primary ingredient being vegetables. If […]

How To Make Stuffed Peppers — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

Stuffed peppers are what dinner dreams are made of. They can be filled with any combination of starches, meat, beans, and sauces, making them the ultimate leftover vehicle. The peppers get a quick steam in the oven before filling and then are baked into supple submission, making them a mostly hands-off dish. READ MORE »

Our Editors' Favorite Plastic Wrap Is the Same Brand Ina Uses — Shopping

Plastic wrap is a silly thing to have a strong opinion about, and yet us editors at Kitchn have one. You see, there’s one brand of plastic wrap that our food editors buy for their own kitchens, where they test and develop all of our recipes. And it’s the same brand that we use in […]

3 Private-Label Brands We Love as Much as Costco's Kirkland Signature — Shopping

It’s no secret how much we (and you guys, too!) love us some Kirkland Signature at Costco. (See: Kitchn Editors Reveal Their Favorite Kirkland Signature Products at Costco and The 13 Best Kirkland Signature Products at Costco.) And for good reason — the private label brand is often just as good as name-brand counterparts and […]

You Have to See Oh Joy's Latest Target Collection — Shopping

For anyone who was sad that this past fall marked the final Oh Joy for Target decor collection, we have some good news. As it turns out, the whimsical patterns and colors aren’t totally gone from Target stores — they’re just in a new (disposable) form. READ MORE »

5 Food-Themed Korean Beauty Products That Will Totally Transform Your Skin — Shopping

The outermost portion of our skin is generally made of 10 to 30 dead layers. Mine’s at about -5 at the moment, because just before I sat down to write this piece, a Korean spa Jedi took a scouring pad to my body and proceeded to power-scrub as though possessed by the Force. She then […]

10 Popular Pork Chop Recipes to Make Right Now — Recipe Roundup

Pork chops can sometimes get a bad rap for being dry and bland, but that ends today. With these 10 popular recipes, you’ll be cooking up juicy, tender, flavorful chops in no time. From a reliable slow cooker version to a fast and fancy basil-plum number, you can kiss all those sad pork chop memories […]

15 Recipes for Citrus-Lovers — Recipes from The Kitchn

In these deep days of winter we have one bright glimmer: citrus season! Here we’ve gathered 15 recipes to bring some sunshine to even the gloomiest winter day. Start with classic lemons and oranges, then dive into pomelos, yuzu, and blood orange. Sweet, tart, sour, and piquant — citrus comes in many tastes and adds […]

Are Lodge Dutch Ovens Really as Good as Le Creuset and Staub? — Shopping

Any conversation about enameled Dutch ovens always boils down to the big three: Le Creuset, Staub, and Lodge. These are the classics, the stalwarts, the ones that consistently get the best reviews, year after year. They’re also the brands that have literally built their businesses on cast iron, while others are just dabblers looking to […]

Dandan Noodles (Tantanmen Ramen)

Ramen is super popular these days and one of my favourite bowls to order at restaurants is tantanmen ramen. After doing a bit of research I found that tantan-men ramen is based on Chinese dandan noodles, aka dandanmian, which typically consists of ground pork, chili oil and sichuan pepper served over noodles with a common […]

These Are the Biggest New Wedding Cake Trends, According to Pinterest — Food Trends

What’s the first thing a couple does after getting engaged? Hopefully it’s inform all their friends and family, but right after that the happy couple is most likely heading to Pinterest to start their wedding planning boards. It seems like everybody uses Pinterest for wedding planning, and that means Pinterest is uniquely well-suited to predict […]

Instant Pot Tells Customers to Stop Using This Model Due to Risk of Overheating — Food News

Not even a month after Milo Ventimiglia had to make a Super Bowl ad to tell everyone their Crock-Pots were safe and would not catch fire unless they were living in a fictional TV melodrama, Instant Pot is actually warning customers to check their slow cookers, because some of them have been reportedly overheating and […]

The Water Bottle That Makes It Easier to Drink More Water Is Currently on Sale — Amazon Deal of the Day

Saying “water is good for you” is the understatement of year. (We’ll bet our paychecks on it even though it’s only February!) And while we’re all likely drinking enough to stay alive, upping water intake has plenty of science-based perks that include things like decreased fatigue and better moods. p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; […]

Homemade Cannoli

Good cannoli are impossible to find, but they’re more than possible to make at home—if you have the right ingredients, anyway. Start with the best-quality ricotta, something irresistibly fresh and creamy all on its own. Stirred into a batch of homemade vanilla pudding, that ricotta becomes a sweet and silky filling for the crispy homemade […]

How To Make Fry Sauce — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

Last year my family relocated from Atlanta, Georgia, to Boise, Idaho. Idaho, of course, is the potato capital of the western United States, growing one-third of the nation’s Russet potatoes. Naturally, they take their french fries very seriously. Order fries at any restaurant or drive-thru and they’ll ask you the following question: “Fry sauce?” This […]

15 Winter Salads to Make for Dinner Right Now — Recipes from The Kitchn

Winter survival comes in the form of comfort food — the richer and heartier the meal, the easier it is to handle the cold. But we still need salad. In fact, with all those hefty stews and baked pastas, salads are imperative to keep things in balance. Here are 15 of our favorite winter salads […]

How To Make 2-Ingredient Banana Pancakes — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

These pancakes are bananas. No, I mean they are literally made from bananas. And eggs. Eggs and bananas, and that’s it. I can see that look you’re giving me right now, but you just have to trust. These two ingredients, whisked together and given a little skillet love, are truly something magical. Don’t believe me? […]

The 5 Best White Wines for Cooking — Wine for Food-Lovers

Do you remember your first bite of linguine with white wine clam sauce, lobster bisque with sherry, or savory chicken Marsala? Cooking with white wine brings balance, fruit, and acidity to so many of our favorite recipes. Once you move past grocery store “cooking wine” (and I strongly advise you to do so!) and introduce […]

Coconut Chutney

This is the blueprint for the classic coconut chutney, often eaten alongside idlis and dosai, although it’s versatile enough to serve with grilled fish or vegetables. Get Recipe!

Mexican Shredded Beef Enchiladas

Enchiladas are are always welcome in my books! You really can't go wrong taking a tasty filling, wrapping it up in a tortilla, smothering it with sauce and cheese and baking it until the sauce is bubbling and the cheese is all nice and melted and good! These enchiladas are stuffed with tender Mexican pulled […]

Sichuan Chili Oil

Chili oil is a common ingredient in Asian cuisines and it's super easy to make your own! At it's base chili oil is oil and chili pepper flakes! You simply heat the oil, add the chili pepper flakes and let cool/sit so that the chili pepper heat is infused into the oil! You can add […]

Mary Berry's New Cooking Show Is Going to Be a Classic — Food TV

Earlier this year Mary Berry announced that she’d gotten rid of her dining room to remodel herself a much larger kitchen, and it sounds like that was a good plan. Her new show will take place in her own home, and she’s going to need room for all of us. READ MORE »

Costco Just Made All Your Dessert Dreams Come True — Grocery News

Nutella is one of the most popular and versatile spreads there is. You can put it on toast or graham crackers, pour it over ice cream, use it as an ingredient in any number of simple and fancy desserts, dip fruit into it, or you can just eat it right out of the jar with […]

Bill Gates Doesn't Know How Much Groceries Really Cost — Pop Culture

Do really, really rich people compare prices at Trader Joe’s and Costco like us plebeians? Do they know where to buy the cheapest bananas, or that Costco has four-and-a-half-pound tubs of knockoff Nutella for under $8? To no one’s surprise, the answer is probably no. Or at least that’s the case when it comes to […]

Ultimate Fudgy Cocoa Brownies

Brownies have to be one of my all time favourite treats and I like them nice and thick, moist and fudgy! The trick to getting fudgy brownies is to have a higher fat to flour ratio and to have more moisture and this recipe accomplishes this by using 1 cup butter, 2 cups sugar, and […]

Starbucks Is Coming Out with a New Color-Changing Cold Brew in Asia — Pop Culture

Do you love the colorful, Instagram-ready swirls of the Unicorn Frappuccino, but want something to drink that is not an enormous sugar bomb? Well, Starbucks is coming out with a new kind of color-changing cold brew coffee that is like drinking a rainbow in a glass — a very caffeinated rainbow. READ MORE »

Ina Garten Just Shared Her Favorite Pizza on Instagram — Pop Culture

If you stop and think about the best pizza you’ve ever had in your life, what comes to mind? I lived in Chicago for many years, so the competition for best pie is pretty steep. Is the pizza just topped with cheese? Is it topped with farm-raised meats? Is it deep-dish, thin-crust, or wood-fired? Is […]

Braised Lamb Shoulder With Dried Chilies and Dates

This set-it-and-forget-it dish is perfect for a lazy Sunday when you’d rather curl up on the couch than slave over a stove. All it takes is a few minutes of simple prep and a Dutch oven does the rest of the work. This tender braised lamb is packed with flavor from powerhouse ingredients like smokey […]

The Easiest, Least Expensive Way to Get a Realistic-Looking Faux Marble Countertop — Kitchen Makeover

Marble is as pricey as it is gorgeous, but there’s no real substitute for it, right? If you want the look of marble, you’ll just have to save up forever, or make do with something totally temporary like … contact paper, I guess? Prepare to have your mind blown. READ MORE »

Cook Your Zodiac Sign: 10 Recipes for Perfect for Pisces — Recipes from The Kitchn

There are all sorts of ways to decide what to cook, but perhaps the most fun and frivolous is letting your zodiac sign decide. Each zodiac sign has a distinct set of personality traits, and with that plenty of spot-on recipes to match. So whether you read your horoscope and always gasp “that’s me!” or […]

How To Make the Best Chocolate Avocado Pudding — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

Creamy, smooth, sweet, and satisfying, chocolate pudding is a treat that always invites a smile. One version of chocolate pudding has been rising in popularity for the past few years, and it’s with very good reason. As the interest in plant-based food increases, the seismic shift from boxed mixes or stovetop versions found their hero […]

20 Slow-Cooker Soups, Stews, and Braises to Make When You're Snowed In — Recipes from The Kitchn

Slow cookers are often used by busy people who are rushing out the door and want a hot, ready-to-go meal when they return. But the slow cooker works just as well for the more leisurely paced snow day. Imagine throwing a soup together in the slow cooker upon hearing the news that you’re not going […]

My Friend and I Created a Pie Contest for Our Hometown and This Is What We Learned — Life in the Kitchen

Three years ago I lamented to my dear friend Joya Rose that I missed the chance of a lifetime to enter a pie contest in Los Angeles. She said we should create our own in our small town of Santa Barbara, and we did just that. This was our third year running the #SBPieContest. There […]

5 Smart Tips for Managing Your Grocery Budget — Money Goals, Kitchen Solutions

Here at Kitchn we believe that getting in control of your finances starts with food. Do you want to save up for a special trip? Or maybe you’re trying to lower your student debt? Keeping a close watch on your grocery budget can help. Being a smart shopper and planner can save you a whole […]

How To Braise Beef Short Ribs in a Dutch Oven — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

Short ribs are the quintessential caveman cut, straight out of Fred Flinstone’s larder, with their hunks of rich meat on the bone, looking primal and carnivore-ready. They’re a rich winter meal, too, easy and forgiving to cook under their sleek caps of fat, melting into tender chunks of pull-apart beef in the oven. If you’re […]

Caramelized White Chocolate Is the New Dark Chocolate — Food Trends

White chocolate has gotten a bad rap for far too long. True, it’s extremely sweet and tends to lack the complexity of dark and milk chocolate, but white-chocolate loyalists have been arguing for years that white chocolate has the capacity to be complex and toasty — all you have to do is caramelize it. READ […]

Lacy Brown Butter and Ricotta Cookies

These thin and lacy cookies are oh-so-slightly crisp around the edges, with chewy middles that are nutty and rich—eating them is like mainlining brown butter. The secret to their incredible texture is ricotta, which helps the cookies bubble and spread as they bake. Get Recipe!