We were roasting up a storm of vegetables this time last year, all using one simple technique. Get this plus a discussion of our favorite multi-tasking kitchen tools, a recipe for gingery sweet potatoes, and the last days of Gourmet in pictures, below
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• All you need is one basic roasting technique and you can roast any vegetable you want.
• Add the wow factor with these edible origami “paper” cranes.
• Getting tired of the same old salad for lunch? We have a few ideas to help.
• This recipe for roasted sweet potatoes with star anise, ginger, and lime would make a great Thanksgiving side dish.
• Work, eat, and play in this open kitchen.
• What about a cranberry and chocolate dessert for Thanksgiving?
• Ever wondered how you might give your rental kitchen a face lift? Here’s how to do it with $80.
• We love a good multi-tasking kitchen tool.
• This lighter version of mac and cheese is just as good as the original.
• How to open a wine bottle with only a shoe and a wall.
• Looking at these pictures of the last days of Gourmet magazine still make us sad.
• Frozen puff pastry is a staple in our kitchen. Here’s how to work with it.
• Do you know the difference between a porter and a stout?
• Five delicious alternatives to traditional sweet potato casserole.
• We’d love to cook in this elegant and utilitarian kitchen.
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