Weeknight Meals Made with Fish, a Better Way to Organize Pots and Pans, and Debunking Myths Around Cooking Pasta

Weeknight Meals Made with Fish, a Better Way to Organize Pots and Pans, and Debunking Myths Around Cooking Pasta

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Jan 18, 2014
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Happy holiday weekend, everyone! Popular posts this week on The Kitchn include breakfast recipes for chai-spiced French toast and overnight yeasted waffles, a spirited discussion on whether or not we should all stop saying the word veggies, a tour of Joy Cho's colorful, whimsical studio kitchenette, why you should have your first cup of coffee later in the morning, and more! Enjoy!

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10. Recipe: Baked Chai-Spiced French Toast

!9. Breakfast Recipe: Overnight Yeasted Waffles

8. Why Deborah Madison Wants Everyone To Stop Using the Word Veggies

7. Joy Cho's Grown-Up Candyland Kitchenette

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4. Why You Should Have Your First Cup of Coffee a Little Later in the Morning

3. 10 Weeknight Meals Made with Fresh Fish

2. Before & After: A Better Way to Organize Pots and Pans in the Cupboard

1. 7 Old Myths About Cooking Pasta That Need to Go Away

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