The Kitchn's Instagram theme for June was berries – all those blue and red tiny fruits we look forward to all year long. Let's just say there were lots of photos of pie, popsicles, and Greek yogurt. Here are some of our favorites that you posted this month, plus a look at July's Instagram theme if you want to play along.
Cilantro might be one of the most controversial herbs out there. For a certain percentage of the population (estimated to be somewhere between four and 14 percent), the leafy green makes everything it touches taste like soap.
Why does it affect some people and not others? Turns out it's genetic.
Ben & Jerry's — never a company to shy away from political and social issues — announced last week that in celebration of the Supreme Court's ruling in favor of marriage equality, they will be renaming their beloved cookie dough flavor.
I don't even care how much red food dye was potentially used in the making of these loaves of bread. It's bread! Bread that looks like a watermelon! You can cut it into triangles and serve it as wedges! I can't stop using exclamation points! Bottom line: I clearly need this bread in my life, STAT.
You love chicken tenders even if you don't realize you do. So says Helen Rosner in her article last week in Guernica Magazine. Why? Because she feels that chicken tenders are an indisputably perfect food, and also because she considers them to be the perfect antidote to food — and present-day food culture — fatigue.