Cold Noodles for Hot Days & Tips for the Best Gelato

Cold Noodles for Hot Days & Tips for the Best Gelato

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Emma Christensen
Aug 5, 2011

This time last year, we had ten different noodle recipes to keep you cool, a tomato tart from David Lebovitz, ideas for using up a jar of tahini, and a truly amazing $500 kitchen renovation. Take a look!

The posts pictured above are in bold below.

Take your pick of these cold (and cooling!) noodle dishes for dinner tonight.

• Cool your drink and flavor it at the same time!

• A few ideas for using up that unfortunate haul of not-so-great sweet corn.

It's true: avocado toast might be the best breakfast (or lunch...or dinner) ever.

• These super-slim step stools are made for the tiniest kitchens.

Mario Batali shares his secrets for making fabulous gelato.

• Quick kitchen upgrade? Try refacing the cabinets.

Some very quick meals made with frozen shrimp.

• It's an endless debate: food processor or blender?

This kitchen make-over is so dramatic and chique. Hard to believe it was only $500.

Five snacks to enjoy straight from the freezer.

• We're coveting the egg-shaped lamps over the island in this kitchen.

Once you've had all the hummus you can eat, what to do with the rest of that jar of tahini?

• Keep your kitchen cool: use a pressure cooker!

A simple tomato tart from David Lebovitz that delivers big on flavor.

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