I'm always on the lookout for a non-alcoholic beverage that an adult can sip at a party or dinner without it tasting (or looking) like a sugary Shirley Temple. This sparkling tea is one of my favorite finds in this category. Barely sweet, fizzy and light, with the crisp, fresh bitterness of matcha tea, this holds its own with beer and wine for a drink a grown-up can enjoy. It's made by a tiny Boston company that is gradually expanding into specialty grocers and Whole Foods.
If you love creamy, earthy French cheese with a bloomy rind, you're probably familiar with Brie and Camembert. Spread over a piece of crusty baguette these fragrant cheeses are delicious in the most funky of ways.
They have quite a lot in common, but do you know what sets them apart?
Q: I am wondering how the general public feels about using the bones left over from a store-bought rotisserie chicken to make stock? The left side of my brain thinks it makes perfect sense, but the right side is a little freaked out for some reason. Any feedback?
Nothing ruins one's tidying mojo quite like a mess of cords. Whether they're from small appliances on the countertop or a kitchen charging station run amok, tangled cords are decidedly un-fun. Here are five ways to get them under control!
A number of new food labels tout 'organic but uncertified' claims. These labels, from organizations like Certified Naturally Grown and Food Alliance, straddle the line between the USDA's certified organic label on one side and the wishy-washy "all natural" label on the other. So what are you really getting with these labels?
There's no denying it: the kitchen is the best room in the house. Displaying art in the kitchen doesn't have to stop at just the fridge. From punny posters to colorful designs, here are some of our favorite quirky Etsy finds. What's your favorite kitchen art print?
My adorable nephew just turned one, and this pizza teether was in the running for a perfect first birthday gift for him and his two front teeth. Start them young on the finest food group, right? This hard maple teether is sanded, smooth, and safe for tiny tots.
Velvety leek and potato soup is a staple in my house during the winter when the cold weather is persistent and leeks are in season. Since everything is blended together, I also love sneaking in more vegetables, like cauliflower, roasted red bell peppers and sautéed mushrooms, plus some shaved Parmesan for tasty garnish. I love the combination of savory flavors and pops of seasonal color.