Tofu Loaf, Bone Marrow, & Tyler Florence's Home Kitchen

This Time Last Year

This week a year ago was packed wall-to-wall with good stuff! There was all manner of Thanksgiving coverage, with recipes for tofu loaf and holiday side dishes; there was turkey help (how to break down a whole turkey, for instance); and there were thoughts on how to have a frugal yet festive holiday. There were pies, carrot flowers, potato recipes, slow-cooked bolognese sauce, and a spotlight on open storage. This and more below!

• On meeting Jamie Oliver.

• A peek into kitchens with open storage done well.

• Pie! How to make pie crust from scratch.

• Want some non-Thanksgiving fare? Slow-cooked bolognese sauce plus brown sugar cornmeal cobbler topping.

• Good things for the Thanksgiving table: Rosemary roasted cashews, tofu loaf, great Thanksgiving side dishes, and white potato and sweet potato recipes.

• On eating bone marrow.

• Turkey help: How to cut up a turkey and the food science behind white and dark meat.

• A peek into Tyler Florence's kitchen.

• Tips for a frugal yet festive holiday.

• An easy holiday cocktail: The Poinsettia.

Pretty centerpieces made with paper flowers.

• Are there any wall-mounted storage options for flatware?

• All about nutmeg: A spotlight on nutmeg, fresh vs. ground nutmeg, and our favorite nutmeg grater.

• How to ripen green tomatoes and make carrot flowers.

• See the whole archive from this week one year ago.

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Faith is the executive editor of The Kitchn and the author of three cookbooks. They include Bakeless Sweets (Spring 2013) as well as The Kitchn's first cookbook, which will be published in Fall 2014. She lives in Columbus, Ohio with her husband Mike.