Tips for Reducing Food Waste & 25 No-Bake Desserts

Tips for Reducing Food Waste & 25 No-Bake Desserts

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Emma Christensen
Jul 22, 2011
The heat was no match for us last year. We were in the kitchen with lobster rolls, sticky rice, and a bevy of no-bake desserts. These, plus tips for reducing your food waste and some unexpected help for large-batch canning, after the jump. The posts pictured above are in bold below.Get your lobster on with these summer-tastic lobster rolls. • Eating for $31 for 31 days? Believe it or not, it can be done! • This almond dew is terrific in cocktails and summer spritzers. • What do to if you've fallen into a cooking rut. • Could there be a better way to end a dinner outside than with a cherry lambic ice cream float?Here's how to line your pans with parchment to make lifting those trays of brownies and bars a snap. • Can you even imagine this kitchen as a galley? • A staple of Thai restaurants, mango sticky rice is surprisingly easy to make at home. • Check out this list of ten easy ways to reduce our food waste. • Mmm...a bowl of steamed mussels and a pint of beer for dinner. • Open shelving, middle island with oven, bar perch for guests: is there anything this awesome kitchen doesn't have? • Here's our best method for trimming up a whole mess of green beans in no time. • Try a cake banner next time you don't feel like getting out the piping kit! • You never know what will come in handy when you start a big batch of canning. • A peek at New Orleans from a mixologist's perspective. • No oven required: our 25 favorite no-bake summer desserts. A Year Ago and a Week: IKEA Cinnamon Rolls & Louis Armstrong's Blue Kitchen
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