Bittman's Pantry, a LEGO Cake, and 10 Ways to Eat an Egg

Bittman's Pantry, a LEGO Cake, and 10 Ways to Eat an Egg

Faith Durand
Mar 3, 2010

This week a year ago we were discussing Marmite and marmitouts, peeking inside Mark Bittman, Julia Child, and Uncle Thorvald's kitchens, attempting to create an anatomically correct LEGO cake, and showing you how pressure cookers work. Read on for these posts and more from a year ago this week.

Here are a few posts that we especially liked from this week a year ago. Posts pictured above are in bold below.

• A gallery of living plants and green things in the kitchen.

• Recipes: Mini rack of lamb with nutty lentils, a roundup of warm, sweet stewed fruits, authentic ciabatta, apple chestnut tarts, and wheat berry salad with blood oranges and feta.

• Uncle Thorvald's infectiously happy kitchen.

• Do you use coasters? Do you eat peanut butter with a spoon? And do you still eat Cream of Wheat?

20 tools that have changed our kitchens.

• How to roast garlic without an oven and how to separate an egg.

• Product tips: Cute wooden animal bottle openers, Cooking for Two, undershelf baskets, Bauerware, and Mario Batali's pizza peel.

Marmite, marmitouts and mise en place.

AB Chao's gorgeous kitchen re-do.

10 ways to eat an egg tonight.

Inspiration from Julia Child's kitchen and a peek inside Mark Bittman's pantry.

How pressure cookers work.

How to make an anatomically correct LEGO cake.

• See the entire archive for this week a year ago

Previous Year Ago Lookback: St. Julia Candle, Soup Party, and the Easiest Cake Ever

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