St. Julia Candle, Soup Party, and the Easiest Cake Ever

St. Julia Candle, Soup Party, and the Easiest Cake Ever

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Faith Durand
Feb 23, 2010
This time a year ago we were talking about the things we love in our kitchens, and we were also looking at readers' DIY kitchen projects. There was the easiest cake ever (really!), a gorgeous kitchen by the sea, dramatic-looking hijiki with carrots, spicy no-knead bread, and instructions for renovating flaky kitchen cabinets. Read on for these posts and more from a year ago this week. Posts pictured above are in bold below.Cheddar and chiles no-knead bread - so yummy! • Hijiki with carrots • Menu for a weekend soup party. • Digging for razor clams! • A beautiful kitchen by the sea. • Growing food in small spaces. • Kumquats! • A candle for Saint Julia. • Tip: Keep the oven door closed! • Easiest cake ever. • A good pantry organization idea. • How to make a cake stand and refinish cabinets. • Recipes: Chile con carne, birthday cakes, and . • A gallery of green kitchens. • Sengware and linen aprons. • See the entire archive from this week a year ago. Previous Year Ago Lookback: Influenza Sorbet, Ginger Applesauce Cake, & Brown Butter
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