What's Cooking This Weekend?

What's Cooking This Weekend?

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Faith Durand
Nov 6, 2009

Happy autumn weekend! The pressure of the holidays hasn't quite descended yet, but the weather is crisp and cold, so this is the perfect time to make something a little special this weekend. Maybe a batch of pumpkin cinnamon rolls? What are you cooking this weekend?

Here are a few notes and recipes from The Kitchn's past week.

• The Kitchen Cure is moving into its last weekend! How has it been going so far? Here's your final assignment: restock kitchen ingredients and tools.

• Which fruits and vegetables do you peel?

• Breakfast ideas: Steel cut oatmeal, creamy, fluffy scrambled eggs, and biscuits with milk and sugar.

• What is hominy?

• Sweet things: Marian Burros' plum torte, fudgy black bean brownies, apple streusel bars, and waffle iron cookies.

Meaty dinners for fall evenings.

• How to store cheese to keep it fresh.

• Go visit a farm this weekend!

• Sweet kitchens: Charming white and yellow, coral kitchen (Room for Color winner!), a sophisticated white kitchen, and a sensibly upgraded kitchen that was inspired by the (Kitchen) Cure.

• An alternative to canned condensed soups.

• Two delicious weekend meals: Quick udon noodle soup and roasted chestnut rice.

• Five things you can do right now to get ready for Thanksgiving. Also, stock up on nuts, and figure out where to buy your turkey.

• Good weekend drinks: milk stout and full-bodied red wine from Languedoc Roussillon.

• Great ways to beautify your kitchen.

(Image: Wes and Kayla from Wes, Kayla & Bacon's Brookline Remix )

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