Ultimate Cheesy Popovers & 4 Solutions for Rental Kitchens

Ultimate Cheesy Popovers & 4 Solutions for Rental Kitchens

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Emma Christensen
Jul 29, 2011
One year ago this week, we were heading out on road trips with a bag full of homemade snacks, looking for quick-fix storage solutions for rental kitchens, attempting to re-create restaurant sweet potato fries, and inhaling more cheesy popovers that was probably recommended. Take a look! The posts pictured above are in bold below.Parboiled and roughed up sweet potatoes got us within grasping distance of restaurant-quality sweet potato fries. • A cool barley salad with all the best flavors of summer. • Check out the translucent cupboards over the stove in this kitchen. • Feel like switching up your dessert repertoire? Take a look at these ten desserts from around the globe. • Giant. Cheese. Popovers. Oh yes. • When it comes to Greek food, there's just so much to love. • Take a look at this quick and dirty guide to American beer styles for some new summer brews. • Feeling daring? Here's how to crack and eat a whole lobster. • If pickling is what tickles your fancy this summer, here's everything you need to know. • And maybe your leftover pickle juice can help with your sunburn! • A simple fried egg has saved more weeknight meals that we care to remember. • Some tips on sharing the kitchen - and the cooking - with your partner. • Sweet molds from Williams-Sonoma make hand-pies a snap. • Cucumber cups are one of the easiest and most versatile appetizers ever. • The light alone in this kitchen is enough to make us jealous. Not to mention that counter. • These four solutions will transform even the worst rental kitchen. • Ever wonder if you can put hot leftovers right in the fridge? • Some excellent ideas for make-ahead road trip snacks. • Everything you need to know to make a fantastic pizza tonight. A Year Ago and a Week: Tips for Reducing Food Waste and 25 No-Cook Desserts
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