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An easy method for cooking a steak in the oven. It's Grilling Week at The Kitchn — so what do ovens have to do with that?
Dear Lifehacker, My husband stores maple syrup in the fridge, but says butter can actually be left out on the counter. Clearly he's insane, right?
Whether you have trouble boiling water or you know your way around an immersion circulator, there are some foods that everyone should know how to make, either because they're delicious, they're easy, or they require skills that will benefit you as you learn your way around the kitchen.
A dull knife is a cook's worst enemy, and easily the most dangerous tool you can have in your kitchen.
With a second three-day weekend coming up, you've probably got some real free time.
So you've decided it's time to learn your way around the kitchen, but you don't really know where to start.
As sibling site Gizmodo's Taste Test winds to a close, they tackle some of the most universally useful skills any aspiring home cook should have—namely, selecting, using, and caring for good knives. The advice on which knives to get, how to keep them sharp, and even what cutting boards to use (only straight-up wood) comes from Norman Weinstein, the knife skills guy at New York's Institute of Culinary Education.
It's all too easy to get seriously excited about expanding your kitchen repertoire—and seriously in debt buying for that kitchen. Here are five kitchen-related things you really need and how to use them efficiently. Neither you nor your Lifehacker editors have the time and foresight to run down everything you'll need for all your cooking, in any kitchen, for every recipe, throughout your entire life.
You don't have to be a master chef to wield a knife like a pro, or an engineer to get the most out of your kitchen appliances. You may know the way around a kitchen, but there's nothing to stop you from taking it to the next level.
Memorial Day marks the start of the serious grilling season, and there's no better weekend to try your hand at outdoor cooking, or bolster your established grill-master game. Luckily, honing your outdoor culinary skills is a lot more simple than it seems, given the right tools, a little preparation, and a few tips on technique.
There's nothing like a great grilled steak, but if you're stuck in an apartment, don't have a grill, or don't want to freeze outside, cooking weblog The Kitchn offers detailed, easy instructions on how to make a fantastic oven-cooked steak.
The majority of eating advice centers on losing weight. Instead, let's look at how changing what you eat can help fend off mid-day energy slumps and blah feelings from your work day.