Are $15 Tomatoes Worth It? Plus Kenyan Food & The Claw

Are $15 Tomatoes Worth It? Plus Kenyan Food & The Claw

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Faith Durand
Feb 9, 2010
This time last year we were gearing up for Valentine's Day, so we had a firestarter of Baked Alaska to show you! Plus we had a series on Kenyan food, some winter recipes, and another session of knife skills. And to round it out there was a look at ten kitchen improvements for renters, and heart-shaped foods for Valentine's! Posts pictured above are in bold below. • Heat and no heat: Flaming Baked Alaska and tips for Indian food with less spiciness. • Caffeine test strips - wow! Plus Salad Wrenches. • What are your rules for eating in the car? • Winter recipes: Rustic Winter Stew, Creamy Garlic Soup, Sticky Toffee Cakelets, and Glazed Pear Muffins. • More knife skills: The Claw! • Kenyan food: Irio, ugali, sukuma wiki, and mandazi. • An inspiring pink party for Valentine's Day. Plus Chocolate desserts, heart-shaped food, and sweet and gooey caramel desserts. • Do you watch cooking shows on YouTube? • A blind taste test of expensive canned goods: Is that $15 can of tomatoes worth it? • A very sexy rice cooker and a 6-sided cookie cutter. • The secret of really good matzoh ball soup. • 10 Kitchen Improvements for Renters. • Full archive from this week a year ago. Previous Year Ago Lookback: Oreo Cake, Vegan Soups, and Valentines for Food-Lovers
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