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Your You’ve-Got-This Guide to Thanksgiving
Whether you're in charge of a potluck side or the whole dang meal, these are our favorite no-fail recipes.
Nov 7, 2018
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6 Slow Cooker Favorites to Celebrate Fall’s Best Produce
Ah, glorious fall! It’s the time to cover up the grill and bring out the slow cooker for a cozy season of comfort food. It’s the season where we say we’re going to cook all the pumpkins before realizing, Wait, how the heck do you cook a pumpkin? So, we’ve taken some of fall’s best produce and rounded up our favorite slow cooker recipes that use them. What makes any dish pop is using the right ingredients.
Oct 5, 2018
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The Most Beautiful Ways to Eat Summer Produce Right Now
It’s late summer, which means our all-time food faves are at their peak. Peaches, tomatoes, sweet corn, and zucchini are at the height of their season, and there are so many delicious (and pretty) things you can do with them. But it’s a fleeting moment, this peak produce season, so we decided to celebrate and savor it.
Aug 29, 2018
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Recipe: Southern Cucumber & Tomato Salad
Once the hotter months roll around, any side dish that doesn’t require the stove becomes an instant champion of dinner. On those really hot nights, one that’s as cool and quenching as a cucumber salad suddenly sounds like a good choice for a light main course. Cucumbers come into season right on cue, at their peak in most regions from May to July. Here, they meet some early-season tomatoes and get tossed with sweet onion and a quick marinade.
May 23, 2018
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Here’s the Peak Season For Every Type of Summer Produce
Produce is at its peak when it’s bought locally and in season. Kitchn and Walmart want to help you make simple, tasty meals from what’s fresh at the grocery store right now!
May 21, 2018
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Win: $500 in OXO Baking Tools
Nov 3, 2017
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What’s Your Grocery Personality?
People call New Yorkers opinionated, but we just know what we like — and we’d like what we like as fast as possible, please. If we can also get it without changing out of our sweatpants or pausing Netflix? Even better. Enter FoodKick: Powered by FreshDirect, FoodKick is on a mission to bring New Yorkers fresh food fast — crazy fast.
Oct 20, 2017
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Bake Along with Us on Friday, December 8
Oct 19, 2017
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Recipe: One-Bowl Brown Sugar Waffles
Clever you, committing to the yearly transition from carefree summer days to the hectic back-to-school schedules — and making it look seamless. But isn’t a little voice in your head still calling for those relaxed, lazy mornings? Answer that call on the weekends; that’s when you can let your inner, relaxed summer-self run free. To help keep the summer vibes going this fall, start with these crazy-simple, outrageously delicious One Bowl Brown Sugar Waffles.
Sep 1, 2017
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Meet Sorbetto, Your New Frozen BFF
It’s been a long day in a long week, and you’re ready to do something nice for yourself. You deserve it, for any number of reasons: Maybe it’s because you totally aced that presentation at work…or because you didn’t. So reach into your freezer, past the BOGO chicken thighs you’ll eventually throw away, and grab a pint of Talenti Sorbetto. It has the big flavor you need right now, thanks to its pronounceable list of real, fresh ingredients.
Jul 11, 2017
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Your Best Summer Ever, No Matter the Weather
Sometimes you have grand plans for a summer day. And sometimes the weather has different plans. But that’s OK! Think outside the box just a bit, and you’ll find plenty of seasonal fun in any scenario. To prepare you for a summer of unpredictable weather (which is itself the only predictable situation), we used the premium flavors of the Pure Leaf Tea House Collection to elevate the fun, foods, and, of course, iced teas of summer.
Jul 10, 2017
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Elevating the Basics of a Beach Day Tote Bag
There’s a very special anticipation that comes with summer. It’s the still air and languid pace, the smell of peonies and the taste of iced tea. Now that it’s time to unbox summer, we’ve taken inspiration from the boutique flavors of the Pure Leaf Tea House Collection to come up with elevated spins on classic summer days. When it’s sweltering in the city, it’s time to head to the shore, where the breeze off the water tempers even the hottest day.
Jun 30, 2017
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Recipe: 5 New Takes on the Classic Neapolitan
Although it doesn’t have a clear origin story, Neapolitan ice cream was introduced in the late 19th Century, and was named for the legendary scoop masters of Naples, Italy. Although its three colors are believed to represent il Tricolore, the triple-colored flag of Italy, the flavors were pretty much chosen because that’s what was available.
Jun 28, 2017
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Small Space Herbal Remedy: Make a DIY Hanging Herb Garden
Fresh herbs make everything more awesome, but it’s a bummer to buy them in bunches, use the few leaves a recipe calls for, and then watch the rest turn brown within a week. The best solution: Grow your own! Even if you have the tiniest of kitchens, it’s doable by taking the herb pots off the counter and onto the wall. Can’t drill holes in your rental walls? No worries. This project uses Command™ Display Ledges and Medium Designer Hooks to make an easy herb garden.
Jun 26, 2017
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7 Take-Along Dishes That Will Wow Any Cookout
Summer cookouts certainly hold a special place in our heart. Every June, we get giddy thinking about the obscenely awesome amount of time we’ll be spending at parks, in backyards, and by the pool. These special times call for special dishes. With summer on the horizon — and with it being National Dairy Month — we reimagined our favorite easy-to-transport snacks, apps, and desserts starring staples from the dairy aisle.
Jun 12, 2017
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What Does “Free Range Eggs” Really Mean?
Egg cartons are so packed with buzz words these days that you’d think the people who write them are paid by the word. The bad news? Most of the time, they’re just that: words. Take the term “cage-free.” Sounds nice. Except, often, hens are crammed floor-to-ceiling into warehouse-like metal enclosures, still living in close confinement and never going outside. Not exactly what a well-meaning, conscientious shopper (that’s you, right?) has in mind.
May 19, 2017
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Win: An Exclusive Shun Premier Cutlery Set for Your Summer Cooking
Win: Exclusive Premier 7-piece set, including the bamboo Slimline block! From: Shun Cutlery Value: $903 At this point we think it’s safe to say that summer is in the air, and it won’t be long until it shows up at farmers’ markets and grocery stores. All that gorgeous, delicious produce has us giddily brainstorming quick-cook dishes for the kitchen (and the grill!) to make the most of this time of year.
May 15, 2017
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The Big Journey Every Little Tuna Takes to Your Table
A couple of years ago, if you wanted to know exactly where your meats and fish, fruits and vegetables came from, your shopping options were limited to local farmers’ markets or the kind of grocery store that also sells yoga mats and novelty T-shirts about kale. That’s no longer the case.
Apr 19, 2017
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Recipe: Make-Ahead Lemon Ricotta French Toast Bake
Embrace the laid-back mood of a Sunday morning meal and your guests will feel it too. Homey, delicious comfort food that can be made mostly in advance is how you, the host, can also enjoy the chill day. All you have to worry about the morning of is putting up a pot of coffee and mixing bubbly drinks. Make-ahead casseroles are a great tool here, like this crazy-good Make-Ahead Lemon Ricotta French Toast Bake.
Apr 15, 2017
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How to Make Color-Blocked Trivets and Coffee Coasters
For coffee lovers, it’s not all about the coffee: It’s the whole ritual that comes with it. These colorful make-and-bake trivets are a handsome part of that ritual, and they make great DIY gifts for the coffee lover in your life. You can use large 6″ x 6″ tiles to make a trivet for your French press, or craft smaller 4″ x 4″ tiles to make coasters for your mugs. The ingredients? Just a few simple supplies and an oven.
Feb 10, 2017
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6 Ideas for a More Joyful 2017
Set yourself up for success! These are can-do resolutions you can actually accomplish.
Jan 12, 2017
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Recipe: Pears Poached in Ruby Port with Spices
There are three good reasons to make these poached pears. The first is the incredible aroma that will fill your house; the second is the ease with which you can prepare them; and the third — and the most important, of course — is that they’re a thoroughly delicious dessert that works with nearly every menu throughout the holiday season.
Dec 15, 2016
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Holiday Party Idea: Black and White and Chic All Over
In the end, the elements of a memorable party are always the same: the food was great; the room looked nice; the music was on point. Give a party a special twist, though, and it will really stand out on the December dance card. With that in mind, we present our simple party recipe for a Christmas party in black and white. Departing from the traditional Christmas color scheme takes a little extra effort, but the payoff is a seasonal party that sparkles in a blur of red and green.
Dec 12, 2016
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Recipe: Holiday Pistachio Brittle
‘Tis the season! In a time of extra indulgence and gift buying, it’s fun (and easy!) to DIY your own treats. Everybody loves receiving edible gifts, and this pistachio brittle is at the top of our list of homemade candies this year. Made of caramelized sugar and studded with green pistachios, this brittle is a sophisticated, modern twist on the classic peanut brittle. We’ve added a touch of cinnamon for extra spice and festive flair plus a sprinkle of flaky sea salt.
Dec 6, 2016
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The Cauliflower Swap: How to Upgrade Your Favorite Comfort Foods
Problem: The most delicious foods often lack in nutrients. You want to get in more veggies, but turning your back on glorious starches feels like a betrayal of a very good friend. Well worry not! Green Giant® has solved the problem with a new line of veggies that easily swap in for less nutritious favorites, and we think you’ll want to make the flip.
Dec 5, 2016
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Recipe: Roasted Eggplant and Mushroom Bolognese
Steam roasting is a little bit of culinary magic. It combines the best of steam cooking, which helps retain foods’ inherent moisture, and roasting, which intensifies flavors and enhances the naturally occurring sugars. The Bosch Steam Convection Oven gives the steam-roasted eggplant and mushrooms in this plant-based Bolognese their appealing meaty texture — which makes this dish hearty and satisfying enough to thrill both vegetarians and omnivores.
Dec 1, 2016
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Here’s Your Make-Ahead Menu to Take the Stress Out of Thanksgiving
The only real downside to hosting Thanksgiving is that after it’s all said and done, you end up spending more time with the turkey than with your friends and family. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Whether you’re hosting for your first time or your fortieth, you’re always looking for easy ways to save a big chunk of time, while still serving up a delicious feast on T-day. Turkeys normally require a bit of prep work before they go into the oven.
Nov 14, 2016
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Thanksgiving Recipe: Pumpkin Spice Trifle
We can all agree that the ideal holiday dessert recipe is one that comes together quickly and can be prepared ahead of time and with minimal fuss. This festive nine-layer Pumpkin Spice Trifle fits the bill perfectly, and then some: It also boasts a crowd-pleasing composition of delicious seasonal flavors. Spiced pound cake is layered with silky pumpkin custard, crispy cookie crumbles, and a heavenly whipped cream cheese topping.
Nov 12, 2016
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5 Fall Pairings with Land O Lakes® Pumpkin Pie Spice Butter Spread
Sometimes a single flavorful ingredient can easily change up your everyday cooking. Take butter, for example: Land O Lakes® has a limited-batch Pumpkin Pie Spice Butter Spread in stores this fall, and this tasty blend of butter, brown sugar, and pumpkin pie spices can add unexpected layers of flavor to both sweet and savory dishes. What do we recommend putting it on? Everything. OK fine, we’ll be more specific.
Nov 5, 2016
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Recipe: Ginger and Soy Glazed Salmon Fillets
Moist, tender salmon is a beautiful thing. Dry, flavorless fish, on the other hand, only leaves us weeping for what might have been. OK, maybe we won’t actually cry, but a meal that is both delicious and healthful while still easy enough to make on a weeknight is an everyday reward. Ovens like the Bosch Steam Convection Oven ensure we can prepare the clean, satisfying meals we want (and dare say deserve) with speed and ease.
Oct 27, 2016
Hello, NYC Readers! Would You Like to Be Featured on Kitchn?
We are scouting NYC-based readers to be part of future sponsored features on Kitchn. We love sharing our readers’ recipes, organizational tips, and cooking challenges and successes with our audience, and we are often in search of participants for branded programs. Would you be interested in being on camera for future projects with Kitchn’s Creative Studio? We make sure working on these programs is a lot of fun for you!
Oct 11, 2016
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How to Throw a Lion King–Inspired BBQ…for Grownups
At last month’s Sunday supper club, it came up that we live in New York but we take Broadway for granted. We decided to see a show together before this month’s supper club. Surprisingly, none of us had seen The Lion King. Tickets were bought, and we went. We were expecting it to be a fun night out; we were not expecting it to be as beautiful and thrilling and inspiring as it was.
May 27, 2016
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The Search for Our Messiest, Stickiest, Gooiest Recipe
Many of our recipes have made your kitchen a mess. Why do we keep doing this to your kitchen? Because we all know the messiest dishes are often the best. Smacking your lips after sauce-smothered ribs? Licking your fingers after sticky buns? Sure the molasses and the Nutella make a mess, but they’re so satisfying to eat. With that in mind, The Kitchn editors have gathered some of their sloppiest recipes to prove that they’re worth it.
May 5, 2016
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How I Got Even More Value Out of My Blue Apron Box
When I lived in Park Slope, Brooklyn, there was a red-sauce Italian joint whose portion recommendations for its family-style pastas were very flexible: “Feeds four yuppies — or two Italians.” Meaning, they gave you one big bowl of pasta, and what you did with it was up to you. I used this strategy on a week of Blue Apron meals and found that by using the portion guidelines as just that — guidelines — I could get an extra bang for my buck and was none the hungrier.
Apr 26, 2016
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7 Reasons To Give Blue Apron a Try Today
Join up now – and if you join from this link, your first two meals are on us. 1. Like a good chiropractor or therapist, Blue Apron gives me just the right nudge to move my cooking in a new direction. I consider myself a pretty creative cook, yet certain ingredients like catfish or collard greens never made it to my week day repertoire. There’s a new spark to our dinners on Blue Apron nights. 2. As a new dad, I want to spend more time at home with my infant son.
Apr 12, 2016
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Place Your Weight Loss Bet For a Lose/Win Situation
Most of us want to live healthier lives. Maybe we want to run a 5k, learn to love kale, sleep more, drink more (water, that is), walk more, improve our nutrition or maybe even lose some weight. It’s 100% possible (and it usually helps) to love home cooking while losing weight. According to recent research, the rewards for cooking at home include better health and fewer calories on average.
Mar 31, 2016
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7 Reasons To Give Blue Apron A Try Today
Jan 6, 2016
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How I Got Even More Value Out of My Blue Apron Box
When I lived in Park Slope, Brooklyn, there was a red-sauce Italian joint whose portion recommendations for its family-style pastas were very flexible: “Feeds four yuppies — or two Italians.” Meaning, they gave you one big bowl of pasta, and what you did with it was up to you. I used this strategy on a week of Blue Apron meals and found that by using the portion guidelines as just that — guidelines — I could get an extra bang for my buck and was none the hungrier.
Jan 1, 2016
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Recipe: Bourbon Chocolate Pecan Pie
In my family, the most special moments always happened in the kitchen. Growing up in Virginia, I spent the days before Thanksgiving underfoot in my grandma’s kitchen, scooping out cupfuls of flour and adding the finishing touch — a dust of powdered sugar — to her famous bourbon chocolate pecan pie. (As a reward, I got to turn the dough scraps into my own tiny pies, also dusted with sugar.) These little moments turned into beautiful memories that stick with me every year.
Nov 24, 2015
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Recipe: Bourbon Chocolate Pecan Pie
In my family, the most special moments always happened in the kitchen. Growing up in the South, I spent the days before Thanksgiving underfoot in my grandma’s kitchen, scooping out cupfuls of flour and adding the finishing touch — a dust of powdered sugar — to her famous bourbon chocolate pecan pie. (As a reward, I got to turn the dough scraps into my own tiny pies, also dusted with sugar.) These little moments turned into beautiful memories that stick with me every year.
Nov 24, 2015
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Win: A Kitchen in a Box 14-Piece Kitchen Set!
Prize: 1 Kitchen in a Box Value: $199 From: Premier Kitchen You know that friend who serves amazing dinners from a kitchen so teeny it makes a closet look spacious? We know how she does it: editing. She doesn’t waste space with single-use tools or frivolous gadgets; she sticks to the essentials. So does Kitchen in a Box. If you’re short on square footage, just starting to cook, love camping trips, or have a dorm-dweller in your life — this thing is your new best friend.
Nov 17, 2015
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This Is the Only Kitchenware Set You Need (Yes, Really)
Whether you’ve hopped on the KonMarie bandwagon or are just trying to keep your home tidy, you’re probably looking to outfit your kitchen with only the tools you really need. The most efficient home cooks don’t waste space or time on specialized single-use gadgets or cute useless items that only take up space. (Lookin’ at you, strawberry-shaped strawberry cutter.
Oct 27, 2015
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Trend Alert: Smoked Spices
Each year, the food experts at McCormick scan the globe for the tastiest trends to include in their Flavor Forecast®. Back in the day, they forecasted the chipotle and pumpkin pie-spice boom – so you can bet these people know their flavor trends. This year, McCormick has identified “smoked spices” as an easy, try-this-at-home method for adding delicious, smoky depth to your favorite recipes.
May 7, 2015
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Peace of Meat: Four Formulas for a First-Rate Lunch
What’s in your sandwich? No, we’re not talking about whether you went for turkey or ham — what actually went into the ingredients you’re eating? Deli meat can be a dicey proposition — the kind of stuff that made us start opting for salads years ago. But Applegate® natural, organic deli meats are a different breed.
Apr 20, 2015
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Recipe: Vanilla Bean Panna Cotta with Mixed Berry Compote
Panna cotta, that fancy dessert with an even fancier sounding name, is a recipe that every home cook should have at the top of their all-star roster. Yes it is silky, wonderfully wobbly, and never fails to wow, but what if I told you there was virtually nothing to it! I’m talkin’ nada! The beauty of panna cotta is that you get the soft, creamy mouthfeel of a custard without the hassle. Even better, you can tailor a recipe to suit almost any preference and taste.
Jan 7, 2015
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Recipe: Marinated Flank Steak with Two Sauces
‘Tis the season for cozy dinner parties at home. Steak is always a crowd-pleaser, and helps a casual meal feel like a special occasion. Here’s a delicious preparation for flank steak that — with the help of our sponsor, National Dairy Council — will please all your guests, including those with lactose-intolerance. Using Greek yogurt both to tenderize the meat and as the base for two delicious sauces, this is an easy yet impressive main course with a ton of homey flavor.
Dec 22, 2014
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Recipe: Chicken, Broccoli and Brown Rice Casserole
In the past, the word casserole might have referred to a “let’s raid-the-fridge” recipe, or maybe an “open-mix-and-bake” sort of meal. But casseroles have finally come of age and can be sophisticated on their own accord. There’s a reason casseroles have been reigning supreme, since, well the beginning of time. What’s not to love about a hot and bubbly one-dish meal?!
Dec 18, 2014