Dana's Weekend Meditation series is a welcome, and usually much needed, breath of fresh of air every Sunday. While it is one thing to learn how to properly sear meat, or master the fine art of sugar cookies, it is another to thing to be an intuitive, thoughtful cook. This comes from practice, of course, but also from taking a step back and sometimes seeing the mess in your kitchen as something more than a chore. The Weekend Meditation series allows us to take a break each week and evaluate how food and cooking plays in our lives.
The following 10 posts are the most popular Weekend Meditation posts of 2013. As we head into a new year, take the time to read through Dana's thoughtful ideas and bring her lessons to your own kitchen.
- 1 10 Simple Things to Make You Happier in Your Kitchen
- 2 When One Thing Leads to the Other
- 3 How to Be Ready for Anything
- 4 Don't Wait
- 5 On Why I've Written 250 Weekend Meditation Posts (So Far)
- 6 How To Intentionally Enter Into Failure (Or, I've Just Planted a Garden!)
- 7 10 Meditations for Spring
- 8 First Cup Meditation
- 9 What Cooking Can Teach Us
- 10 What to Do When Times Are Rough
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Welcome to The Kitchn's Best of 2013 roundup!
From December 21 through January 3 we are rounding up our favorite (and your favorite) posts from the past year. We'll also share guest posts, special holiday features, and a sparkling Winter Glam Cocktail Party, the final installment in our2013 Gatherings from The Kitchn. Happy Holidays!