You might think Halloween is about decorating your home with fake cobwebs and consuming vats of candy, but you'd be very, very wrong. Nay, Halloween is in fact all about adorable animals and their totally chic costume choices. These 14 fabulous cats and dogs decided to dress up in some scrumptious looking things, and they need to be recognized for their accomplishments.
There are three oils I use regularly in my kitchen, the ones I will replace as soon as the bottle is empty, even if I don't need them right that second. Two for flavor, and one for its lack of flavor and high smoke point.
The Kitchn Cure started yesterday -– 2 weeks, 10 assignments to help you get your kitchen clean and organized. If you haven't signed up for the Cure, or are worried that it might be too hard or take too much time, have no fear –– these dogs are here to hold your hand through the process. They know what's up.
Summer berries are waning — which means it's your duty to make lots and lots of delicious jam. Last year Marisa McClellan shared her recipe for strawberry thyme jam with us, and I thought it was worth revisiting as we talk about canning and preserving. This time, however, cats will show us the way because they obviously know what's up.
If you're an animal lover, you've no doubt shared morsels of "people" food with your furry and feathered friends. Feeding table scraps to animals can even be a good way to prevent food waste. But before you give in to those imploring eyes, it's important to consider safety.
Our four-legged friends may be happy to eat whatever food falls on the floor, but we know they deserve something a little better! Have you ever made homemade dog biscuits or pet treats? You may be perfectly happy baking them in the oven, but if not, you could always try this Pet Treat Maker from Holstein. It looks like a panini press or sandwich maker, but it presses out dog biscuits instead. (And yes, they're bone- and- paw-shaped!)
The past few weeks have been pretty rough for me and my cat. We both seem to have an insatiable appetite, wanting another snack or bite to eat just minutes after the last. What's going on? Is it the cold winter? Is it the gray skies? Or is it an expanded stomach that has got too accustomed to gingerbread and fudge? I had to find out.
The other day I came home to the somewhat hilarious but also disturbing evidence that my cat had been investigating the kitchen counters and stovetop. Do you have cats? How do you prevent them from hanging out on kitchen surfaces?
It's hot and muggy outside, and you know how good it feels to throw back a beer or two with friends. Well, Man's Best Friend wants to get in on the action, too. Say hello to Bowser beer, a non-alcoholic, non-carbonated "beer" for dogs!