Melissa Clark's Renovated Kitchen & A Nutty Chocolate Tart

Melissa Clark's Renovated Kitchen & A Nutty Chocolate Tart

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Emma Christensen
Feb 11, 2011

We love this peek inside Melissa Clark's kitchen from a year ago! Take a look yourself, plus a nut-filled tart perfect for Valentine's day, some ideas for snow-day cooking, and a handy use for bull-clips in the kitchen.

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Step inside Melissa Clark's renovated kitchen and she how she develops her recipes!

• Don't drink alcohol? We have you covered. Here are eleven of our favorite and festive non-alcoholic cocktails.

A quick and easy way to get eggshell out of your bowl.

• Some great tips on cleaning the toaster.

• Take your pick from this list of snow-day cooking projects next time a blizzard hits.

MFK Fisher is one of our most beloved food icons.

• You'd never know that this kitchen renovation only cost $15, would you?

Need some inspiration for Valentine's Day? Here are some great ideas for small meals.

• Some good tricks for softening butter quickly.

This Nutty Chocolate Tart has Valentine's Day written all over it.

A refresher course on blanching vegetables.

• This pasta dish of orecchiette, chantarelles, sage, and walnuts is making our mouths water.

We bought the Utby bar table from Ikea to use in the kitchen. Here's our review.

Fluffy pancakes are the best Saturday morning breakfast ever.

Try hanging your kitchen towels from bull clips!

Year Ago and a Week: A Teeny Tiny Kitchen and Teeny Tiny Pancakes

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