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Whenever my seasoning starts to get a bit low (usually from over-vigorous scrubbing), I use it as the perfect excuse to make cornbread. I throw some butter in the skillet and put it in the oven to preheat while I make the batter. Once the batter is done, pour it in over the hot melted butter and then bake as usual.
It sort of acts as a reseasoning, but without the feeling of tedium waiting for 'nothing' to bake.


How Do I Keep My Cast Iron Skillet Seasoned? Good Questions
9/5/12 09:17 AM

This would be such an awesome gift to win! Thank you!


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12/13/10 04:39 PM

Granola!!! Much better than raisins.


Making a Date! What to Do with an Abundance of Dates | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
1/22/10 03:01 PM

Stick them in a chicken cavity with an onion when roasting.


What Can I Do With Fennel Tops and Fronds? Good Questions | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
1/14/10 10:57 PM

Aside from falling, I am a total klutz on flat terrain and would likely bonk my head (or put out an eye) on one like the center top picture or the second one on the bottom. Some are very nice looking, if squeam-inducing (not one for heights, either), but I'd think long and hard before having something like this installed.


Apartment Therapy Chicago | Floating Staircases
5/28/09 11:42 AM

I listen for how the coffee beans sound when they reach the right consistency for the French press (we have a small electric blade grinder). Most of the rest I hadn't thought about, but you covered them. My mom had taught me the tapping on the bottom of a loaf of bread.


Apartment Therapy The Kitchn | Cooking by Feel: Use Your Ears!
5/14/09 05:20 PM

Here in South Florida, they are ripe now until about mid July (if you've got a good season).


Apartment Therapy The Kitchn | Good Question: Identify This Mystery Fruit!
6/17/08 08:39 AM

Is there any way to identify microclimates in the yard without long seasons of trial and error?

How do I get things to grow in our subtropical climate during the summer?


Apartment Therapy The Kitchn | Thursday Giveaway: The Veggie Gardener's Answer Book
5/9/08 09:57 AM