Whether you're cooking in an ill-equipped vacation rental, battling your parents' dull knives, or just itching for an impromptu picnic, you know that preparing meals outside the familiar confines of your own kitchen can be a challenge. This year we shared a number of tips to make cooking and eating well a little easier while you're away from home, from expert advice for traveling with cheese to the ten things you should always pack to make cooking on vacation easier.
10 Things to Pack That Make Cooking on Vacation Easier
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Welcome to The Kitchn's Best of 2013 roundup!
From December 21 through January 3 we are rounding up our favorite (and your favorite) posts from the past year. We'll also share guest posts, special holiday features, and a sparkling Winter Glam Cocktail Party, the final installment in our 2013 Gatherings from The Kitchn. Happy Holidays!
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The Kitchn's Best of 2013
(Image credits: See linked posts for full image credits; Knife: Microstock Man/Shutterstock; Corkscrew: mike taylor/Shutterstock; Salt: Antonio Danna/Shutterstock)