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Unless you live under a rock, you’ve surely heard that the Superbowl is this weekend.
If you were starting anew in a fresh kitchen, what would you take with you?
[Photographs: Joshua Bousel] Setting out to recreate Huy Fong's ubiquitous rooster sauce, I ended up with something that hit the right notes but had a brighter, fresher flavor that makes homemade Sriracha something special. Brief History of the Bottle
I don’t know about you, but sometimes I struggle to stay up to date on current trends.
this is romeo and he’s the camel i rode in on. not to nyc sillies! no, i went to the pushkar camel fair back in november, not because i was in the market for a camel mind you. i just happened to be in the neighborhood and thought i’d stop by and see the goings-ons of a camel fair.
Every holiday season we ask a few friends to join us at The Kitchn for a series of guest posts that range from favorite holiday recipes to family memories and traditions. Today's guest: Erin Scott of Yummy Supper, a blog I have really admired this year.
Salted Caramel Sauce + Printable Labels I can cook, and I can bake, and I used to be a teacher… but I’m not always the craftiest of people.
For me, nothing evokes living in the country quite like fruit butters. A warm, soft biscuit fresh from the oven burnished with apple butter, and immediately I’m curled up in the kitchen of a farmhouse like a cat in the sun; lazily listening to chickens cluck outside as they peck hungrily, staccato-like, at the ground. And I’m once again in Parker’s kitchen.
Homemade “loso” ketchup is my latest experiment in low sodium condiments.