Canned Pumpkin, Best Pinot Noir, Bubble and Squeak, Bay Leaves, and Cooking With Leftovers

Top posts for November 10-16, 2008


Practical and frugal tips for cooking more with less ruled last week: we had tips on putting those cheese rinds to good use, ideas for dining solo, cheap cuts of meat for delicious winter eating, and the best pinot noirs under $20. These stories and more in last week's top posts! Click through the thumbnails above to go straight to the posts, and click through below to see more.Hot posts!

Jacques P├ępin Cooks Dinner for Six with $24

Canned Pumpkin: What Is It Really Made Of?

Video: Barack Obama on Pie

Weekend Cooking: What to Cook with Cheap Cuts of Meat

Tips: Bay Leaves in the Pantry

Recipe: Congee, Comfort Food for Frugal Times

Alternatives for Traditional Thanksgiving Sides

Summer-to-Fall Breakfast: Oatmeal with Peaches

Cheap Wine: Best Pinot Noir Under $20

Cooking with Leftovers: Bubble and Squeak

Quick Tip: Flavor Soups with Cheese Rinds

Dinner Quick: Tomato and White Bean Panade

Solo Eating: Tips on Cooking for One

Recipe: Rich No-Cream Wild Mushroom Pasta Sauce

Weekend Project: Stocking the Fridge

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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.

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