Mark Bittman's Pantry, Cheesy Snack Balls, An Ideal Pan, Korean Pancakes, and a Happy Kitchen

Top posts for March 2-8, 2009

What were the hottest posts published last week on The Kitchn? Well, there was an eye-opening discussion on modern slavery and farmed tomatoes. There was a cake made to look like a LEGO brick. There were little cheesy poufs, ten different ways to eat an egg, and a look inside a favorite author's pantry. Read on for these posts and more from last week.

Posts pictured above are in bold below.

How To Make an Anatomically Correct Lego Cake

Ten Things I Love: Uncle Thorvald's Happy Kitchen

10 Ways to Eat an Egg Tonight

Late Winter Inspiration: 20 Things On the To-Cook List

Trader Joe's Discontinues King Arthur Flour

Flickr Find: Korean Pancakes (Pa Jeon)

Kitchen Gallery: Living Plants in the Kitchen

The Marmitout: Is This the Perfect Piece of Cookware?

Craving: Pão de Queijo

Put Down That Winter Tomato! It Was Picked By a Slave

20 Tools That Have Changed Our Kitchens

Good Product: Undershelf Baskets to Fit Any Cabinet

Recipe Source: Vegetarian Times Newsletters

Basic Technique: Mise en Place

Check it Out! A Look Inside Mark Bittman's Pantry

Previous Hot Posts: Bake a Birthday Cake, Make a Cake Stand, Spruce Up Your Kitchen, Visit the White House: Top posts for February 23-March 1, 2009

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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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