Cookies On the Dashboard, DIY Vinaigrettes, Summer Popsicle Molds, and How Many Cups Are In a Gallon

This Time Last Year

Ice cubes, popsicle molds, berry pies, and Father's Day recipes. Yes, summer was in full swing a year ago this week, here at The Kitchn. Here's a look back at some of what we were talking about then. Read on for a wine quiver, best campfire cooking, a recipe for creamy vinaigrette, pimento cheese, baking cookies on a hot dashboard, and a great memory trick for keeping cups, pints, quarts, and gallons all straight.

• Stay cool! Popsicle molds and a guide to the best ice for summer cocktails.

• A classic market: Ferry Building Market in San Francisco.

• Zingerman's Great Unknowns.

• Hot not? Ivy in the kitchen.

• Can you bake cookies on your dashboard?

• All about oaked Chardonnay.

• Three weeknight dinners: asparagus, goat cheese, and orange pizza, cold sesame peanut noodles, and chipotle chicken salad tacos.

DIY Creamy Vinaigrette

• Camping gear: the wine quiver. Plus best campfire foods.

• In season: edible flowers, arugula,

• A Southern classic: pimento cheese.

• What is on your refrigerator? Also, what was your worst kitchen injury?

• Are IKEA's MOTTO dishes safe in the microwave?

Summer pies!

• A bright rental kitchen that feels so personal.

How many cups are in a gallon?

• A double-tier produce basket.

• Recipes from our fathers.

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Faith is the executive editor of The Kitchn and the author of three cookbooks. They include Bakeless Sweets (Spring 2013) as well as The Kitchn's first cookbook, which will be published in Fall 2014. She lives in Columbus, Ohio with her husband Mike.