The Man's Kitchen & the Real Scoop on Lactose Intolerance

The Man's Kitchen & the Real Scoop on Lactose Intolerance

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Faith Durand
Aug 6, 2010
This time a year ago we were talking about keeping cool (see: Cajun lemonade, cucumber ice pops, brownie ice cream sandwiches...) and showing you some really gorgeous kitchens. We were also talking about some lesser-known berries, giving you the facts on lactose intolerance, and discussing the best knife for cutting tomatoes. Plus: 5 favorite old-fashioned kitchen gadgets, exotic foods we'd like to try (and ones we'd rather avoid), and the best granola ever. Read on for these posts plus lots more from this week a year ago. Posts pictured above are in bold below. • Two dramatically beautiful kitchens in California: A sustainable renovation in LA and a special Silverlake kitchen. • A food-lover's guide to Brooklyn. • Julie & Julia opened! Did you go see it on opening weekend? • Pie pops! • Mark Bittman and his (part-time) vegan diet. • Five favorite old-fashioned kitchen gadgets. • Leea's lovely budget kitchen makeover. • The best granola ever. • Exotic foods we'd like to try — as well as a few we'd rather just avoid. • Cold-brewed iced coffee for hot days. Oh, and Cajun lemonade, strawberry lemonade and brownie ice cream sandwiches are also good for sweltering afternoons. • The man's kitchen — complete with butcher and full wash-down. Love this video! • Are you really lactose intolerant? Maybe, maybe not! • A review of the Element Grill from Fuego. • Cucumber ice pops with lime and chile. • Ever tried ollalieberries or thimbleberries? • The best knife for cutting tomatoes. • How can home cooks calculate nutrition info? • See all the posts from this week a year ago. Previous Year Ago Lookback: 20 Ways to Cook Anything & 10 Useful Kitchen Gadgets
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