Stir-Fry & Hot Cocoa: 20 Popular Posts of Autumn 2009

Best of 2009

A transformed city kitchen, hot-chocolate-on-a-stick, how to make six kinds of stir-fry sauces at home, and ignitable tap water! These were some of the most popular posts this past fall. Read on for more, including the best chewy chocolate cookies ever, and tips on getting more out of your toaster oven.

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1. Lobster to Sweet & Sour: How To Make 6 Stir-Fry Sauces

2. How To Make a Wall-Mounted Magnetic Spice Rack

3. Does Your Tap Water Ignite?

4. A Fast Way to Bake Cookies: Use a Waffle Iron

5. Salted Pistachio Brittle (Better Than Christmas Cookies!)

6. The Best Chewy Chocolate Cookies Ever (& Low-Fat Too)

7. 10 Tips To Make Your Dishwasher Run Better

8. Recipe Review: Hot Chocolate On A Stick

9. Recipe: Best-Ever Veggie Burgers from Northstar Cafe

10. Just as Good! Lighter Mac and Cheese Casserole

11. 10 Best Uses for Your Toaster Oven

12. Definitely Try This! Tea-Infused Hot Chocolate

13. Cookie Time: 9 Cookies We'd Like to Bake Soon

14. Kitchen Tour: Tamar's Labor of Love Renovation

15. Holiday Gift Guide: 10 Kitchen Basics Under $25

16. 15 Simple (Yet Meaty) Dinners for Autumn Evenings

17. How to Make Milk Foam (Without a Frother or a Machine!)

18. Party Time! 5 Fabulous Finger Foods for Fall

19. Thanksgiving Sides: 5 Alternatives to Sweet Potato Casserole

20. Five Ways to Eat: Oats

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Welcome to The Kitchn's end-of-year roundup! We are rounding up some of our favorite (and your favorite) posts from the last year, including lots of recipes. We are also shaking out our reader mailbag, and giving you a few more great guest posts from our friends.

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