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Those look more like yams, garnet yams at that, not sweet potatoes and isn't this basically skin-on candied yams? The only thing missing is the marshmallows


Recipe: Sweet Morning Potato with Yogurt, Maple Syrup & Nuts Recipes from The Kitchn
3/7/14 09:39 AM

Those look like yams not sweet potatoes and isn't this essentially candied yams?


Recipe: Sweet Morning Potato with Yogurt, Maple Syrup & Nuts Recipes from The Kitchn
3/6/14 01:36 PM

I keep a box of disposable plastic food-prep gloves in my kitchen. One box lasts me for a few years so they're a good deal. I use them when I have to handle hot chile peppers and I use them when I have to pull the skin off raw chicken because I hate the idea of getting raw chicken cooties under my fingernails.


Hot Pepper Hands: An Easy Way to Stop the Burn
2/19/14 10:43 AM

What a great article. Good job!


What Do Kids Need to Know in the Kitchen Before They Leave Home? Here's My List. What's on Yours?
2/5/14 11:18 AM

Vegetarian or not, a Dutch Oven is an indispensable cooking vessel and I have several in different sizes.
However, I would under no circumstances ever pay anywhere near $300 for an imported or enameled piece of cookware. That's a ridiculous waste of money when Lodge makes the best cast iron here in America (with the exception of their enameled cookware) at very reasonable prices.
As to Guy Fieri who is a major d-bag, his signature items are made in China! Again, why buy cheap stuff from China when you can buy quality, long lasting goods made here?


5 Big & Beautiful Dutch Ovens: Plus 10 Recipes to Show Them Off Dutch Ovens 2013
11/13/13 11:59 AM

Gee girls, I thought jerky was one of those gender foods that only guys eat.
Like if you made eggplant jerky- only women would eat that.
Rock on!


Recipe: Homemade Jerky in the Oven Recipes from The Kitchn
8/22/13 11:26 AM

1.Seasoning and technique is okay but I don't care for the way he butchers a beautiful T-bone/Porterhouse by taking it off the bone. He's wasting some delicious bites left next to the bone. This is fine for a boneless cut of beef but not a bone-in cut.
2. Cooking a steak in a pan will actually yield juices that can make a wonderful sauce but this get's lost on a grill.


How To Grill Perfect Steak Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn
8/14/13 01:23 PM

I keep corkscrews everywhere- one in the car, the camp kitchen, and travel bag. I also have a couple of Swiss Army Knives that have a corkscrew.
But first and foremost I never, ever travel anywhere, even a hotel without my coffee kit- cone, filters, grinder, beans and my own cup and yes, a small single burner camp stove and kettle. The rest I can adapt to but I will not begin a day without MY coffee.


10 Things to Pack That Make Cooking on Vacation Easier
6/18/13 11:27 AM

With the exception of a stainess steel sauce pan and stock pot I only use cast iron. Also NEVER use soap or steel scrubbers.
I only use hot water and a piece of a loofa sponge to clean my pans.
I'm making this right now.
http://addapinch.com/cooking/2013/02/17/tomato-baked-eggs-recipe/


35 Ways to Love Your Cast Iron Skillet
5/30/13 01:01 PM

Wow, this looks good!


Recipe: Warm and Gooey Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipes from The Kitchn
5/28/13 11:32 AM

What a silly thing to say- "The proximity to the ocean and access to bountiful fresh produce year round..."
Proximity to the ocean in Venice has nothing to do availablity of a variety of produce. She probably goes to Whole Foods on Lincoln and Rose like all the other Yuppies.


Eileen's Beachside Oasis Kitchen Kitchen Tour
5/21/13 12:45 PM

It's a block away.


Eileen's Beachside Oasis Kitchen Kitchen Tour
5/21/13 12:40 PM

What's next, salad served on a Petri dish?


3 Reasons Why You Should Start Using Lab Beakers In the Kitchen
5/9/13 11:31 AM

These ideas are so Martha Stewart-y.


10 Homemade Gift Ideas for Mother's Day
5/7/13 10:44 AM

Srsly...this is a first world problem and and a clear signal that you girls have waaay too much time on your hands.


Homemade Wooden Spoon Butter: For Buffing, Not Eating!
5/7/13 10:41 AM

Jeez folks, its coffee. Don't over-think it.
Sure, use your Chemex or Melita cone for day to day personal use but having a coffee maker even if you only use it a few times a year is wise.
I use a #4 Melita cone paper filter pour over daly for each individual cup I make myself. My Braun coffee maker uses the same size and type of filter.


How To Make Coffee Concentrate to Serve Hot Coffee to a Crowd Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn
5/6/13 11:31 AM

There's a lot of misinformation out there about what exactly constitutes a Margarita.


Cocktail Recipe: Pure Mexican Margarita Recipes from The Kitchn
4/18/13 12:32 PM

Homemade crackers...this is a bit too Martha Stewart-ish.


How To Make Crackers at Home Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn
3/12/13 11:48 AM

I would have reported them to the cheese police but seriously, serving cheese at the wrong temp is unforgivable. My question to you is this: why didn't you send it back?


The Proper Cut: What Not To Do When Serving Cheese The Cheesemonger
3/6/13 12:03 PM

Definatley, energy bars.


How to Make Easy 3-Ingredient Energy Bars at Home Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn
2/20/13 12:15 PM