Cookies On the Dashboard, DIY Vinaigrettes, Summer Popsicle Molds, and How Many Cups Are In a Gallon

This Time Last Year

Ice cubes, popsicle molds, berry pies, and Father's Day recipes. Yes, summer was in full swing a year ago this week, here at The Kitchn. Here's a look back at some of what we were talking about then. Read on for a wine quiver, best campfire cooking, a recipe for creamy vinaigrette, pimento cheese, baking cookies on a hot dashboard, and a great memory trick for keeping cups, pints, quarts, and gallons all straight.

• Stay cool! Popsicle molds and a guide to the best ice for summer cocktails.

• A classic market: Ferry Building Market in San Francisco.

• Zingerman's Great Unknowns.

• Hot not? Ivy in the kitchen.

• Can you bake cookies on your dashboard?

• All about oaked Chardonnay.

• Three weeknight dinners: asparagus, goat cheese, and orange pizza, cold sesame peanut noodles, and chipotle chicken salad tacos.

DIY Creamy Vinaigrette

• Camping gear: the wine quiver. Plus best campfire foods.

• In season: edible flowers, arugula,

• A Southern classic: pimento cheese.

• What is on your refrigerator? Also, what was your worst kitchen injury?

• Are IKEA's MOTTO dishes safe in the microwave?

Summer pies!

• A bright rental kitchen that feels so personal.

How many cups are in a gallon?

• A double-tier produce basket.

• Recipes from our fathers.

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