Recipe: Sausage and Zucchini Soup

By / May 25, 2016

My mantra for weeknight meals is keep it simple. This may seem obvious, but if you’re a Kitchn reader, you probably share the love of food that can easily send you down a culinary rabbit hole. What we often need — at the end of a work day, and as the countdown to the kids’… Read more

This Short Rib Pizza Needs to Be Stopped by the Cops

By / May 25, 2016

Can you really consider this recipe “pizza” if it’s bread topped with pork ribs, bacon fat, mozzarella, and the creamiest lookin’ smoked gouda sauce there ever was? Beware! It’s a beautiful alien masking as a pizza on earth! This recipe needs to be arrested and locked in jail before it does some harm — and… Read more

How To Wrap a Burrito (So It Doesn’t Fall Apart When You Eat It!)

By / May 25, 2016

My husband Mike brought many valuable qualities to our partnership: He’s kind, charming, smart, and has good taste in books. He loves good food, and makes me coffee every single morning. And somewhere among the upper pantheon of his stellar attributes is also this: He can wrap a burrito so that you can eat it… Read more

Chef Yigit Pura’s Tiny Colorful Kitchen

By / May 25, 2016

Yigit Pura is best known for winning the first season of Top Chef Just Desserts. Most recently he is in the midst of opening his first ever patisserie, Tout Sweet, in San Francisco. His home kitchen is tiny yet colorful, cheerful, and completely efficient. Come take a peek! See Full Slideshow Yigit spends so much… Read more

A Book Club Brunch: 4 Tips for Setting a Stylish Table on a Budget

By / May 25, 2016

This week we’re sharing the second party in our Gatherings from The Kitchn series, an elegant, make-ahead spring brunch I hosted for my book club. I often admire the intricately-styled table settings on design and wedding blogs, but they rarely seem realistic for my budget or styling capabilities. My goal for this party was to create a… Read more

No More Soggy Salads: A Guide to the Perfect Salad In a Jar

By / May 25, 2016

Salads-in-jars really hit their stride last year. Have you ever tried one? If you were afraid of soggy salad, fear no more. This diagram shows you exactly how to layer your ingredients for killer lunchtime salad. (Important: the dressing goes on the bottom!) What are your salad-in-a-jar layering tips? Have any tried-and-true tips or favorite… Read more

How To Spatchcock a Turkey

By / May 25, 2016

While some might believe that the whole Thanksgiving meal centers around the picture-perfect carving of a whole roasted turkey at the table, we’ve found that it can be tricky to cook a bird with such out-of-proportion dimensions and a very thick breast evenly. There’s an easy technique of preparing the turkey, however, that gives you… Read more

Recipe: Hot Crab Puffs Appetizer Recipes from The Kitchn

By / May 25, 2016

During the holiday season, I look forward to the parties most of all — seeing my favorite people, the festive music and decor, and of course, the special holiday-only foods. Whether I’m the host or just bringing a dish to add to the buffet, I aim for something that impresses, but isn’t so labor-intensive that… Read more

Make Easy Yet Fancy Cocktails with These Liber & Co. Syrups

By / May 25, 2016

Liber & Co. Essential Cocktail Syrups • Range in price from $7 to $9 for 8.5 ounces. Also comes in 17-ounce bottles. Ariel, one of our editors, just tried these tasty cocktail syrups from Liber & Co. Here’s what she liked about them: These cocktail syrups would make a great gift for anyone who likes… Read more

Modern Minimalist Bird Houses from Twig & Timber

By / May 25, 2016

The Camera Shutter Birdhouse from Twig & Timber • $85 • Etsy One of the nicest things to have in the kitchen is a window, ideally over a sink. It’s much more pleasant to wash your dishes with a view of your yard or the great outdoors. Even better? A view of a birdhouse. The… Read more

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