A White Paper on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at The KitchnPeople
The goal was to transparently document our initiatives within Human Resources and editorial, and to candidly offer insights and learnings from our experience for others in the food media industry at large.
Jun 2, 2022
Welcome to Kitchn Travel! A Letter from the EditorPeople
Friends, we’re hitting the road! This week marks the start of a long-planned and anticipated new wave of content for Kitchn: travel. Travel? You might wonder about this. We’re a publication that above all else is devoted to helping you cook at home — joyfully, with confidence and empowerment. What does travel have to do with this? Well, everything.
May 4, 2022
Kitchn Has Been Nominated for Two Webbys (and We Need Your Help to Win!)People
Can you spare 30 seconds?
Apr 21, 2021
5 Ways to Support the Asian-American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Community Right NowPeople
In addition to reaching out and checking in with your AAPI friends and family, here are other ways to show support for the community right now.
Mar 18, 2021
You’re Invited to Join Kitchn Cooking School!
Kitchn Cooking School
We're putting together 20 days of lessons to help you become the cook you've always wanted to be.
Oct 8, 2020
Meet Cubby: Our Brand-New Newsletter for Families with Kids
As parents we're hungry for any ideas or resources to make life a little easier. So we created exactly what we want: Cubby, your essential weekly read on home, food, and play for families.
Oct 1, 2020
DIY Mama: A Month of Homemade Luxuries for Mama and BabyPeople
Ten short weeks ago, I became a mother to a robust and tiny dark-haired daughter. For all the time I spent hoping and dreaming of this little one, nothing could have prepared me for being so needed, so craved in a primal, biological way. I’m funneling my life straight into hers, building a little human from scratch. And I’ve realized: When you’re a new mama, life itself is DIY.
Sep 30, 2020
A Week of Homemade Cleaning Projects with Stephanie Gerber of Hello GlowKitchen
A homemade cleaner makes a lovely and practical gift — for yourself or a new mama you know. In the second week of DIY Mama, Stephanie Gerber of Hello Glow offers a week of homemade cleaners, like wet wipes for baby, and stain remover and linen spray for mama. Stephanie Gerber is the founder and voice behind Hello Glow, a site focused on nutrition, wellness, and skincare.
Sep 30, 2020
A Week of Mama & Baby Food with Amy Palanjian of Yummy Toddler FoodSkills
As baby gets bigger, it’s both fun and practical to make recipes that mama and baby can share at snacktime and lunchtime. Amy Palanjian of Yummy Toddler Food shares a smart, savvy set of meals with flavor twists to nourish both mama and toddler (plus lactation cookies for the nursing mom). If you have been reading food and shelter magazines over the past few years, chances are you’ve enjoyed Amy Palanjian’s work.
Sep 30, 2020
A Week of Beauty & Body Luxuries with Darienne SuttonPeople
Babies need constant care, but a mama can’t forget to care for herself. Stylist and herbalist Darienne Sutton offers a week of homemade body care — simple little luxuries like belly butter, facial oils, and eye masks for the morning after those 3 a.m. wakeups. These are dreamy homemade gifts for mothers of all ages. I was always drawn to the idea of natural healing, although back in the ’80s it was really very fringe.
Sep 30, 2020
A June Letter from the Editor
Letter from the Editor
This month I have precisely one job and one message, which is to tell you, unequivocally, that Kitchn stands with Black Lives Matter.
Jun 1, 2020
Go Big, Stay Home: Buy Our T-Shirt and Support Two Charities Helping in the Crisis
Go Big. Stay Home!
When we made these t-shirts for holiday 2019 we had no idea how prescient this message would be. Now we're making enough for everyone to have one, and to raise money to help others.
Mar 28, 2020
Got a Question About Passover, Lox, or Latkes? Ask The Gefilteria!Skills
The supermarket shelves are lined with matzo, and butchers are stocking up on brisket, which can only mean one thing: Passover is right around the corner. A weeklong celebration of the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt, Passover is notable for things you aren’t allowed to eat (including leavened bread). But that doesn’t mean this isn’t a holiday for food lovers! The nightly feast is full of symbolic (and tasty) dishes.
Dec 17, 2019
Join Our Panel of Trusted Tastemakers!Sponsored
At Kitchn, we are constantly talking to top influencers and experts about the biggest trends in food and home cooking. But often the best ideas of all come from you – our readers, who have made this site what it is today. That’s why we’re recruiting a panel of new “tastemakers” who can be our go-to insiders for sponsored opportunities.
Dec 16, 2019
Meet the Kitchn Collective!
Kitchn Collective
Six inspiring cooks, writers, and moms we think you should follow.
Oct 11, 2019
August Editor's Letter: Weeknight Preserving Is for All of Us
Letter from the Editor
And after you've taught yourself a thing or two about preserving, it's truly back-to-school time. Are you ready for more lunchbox inspiration than you thought possible? We're here for you!
Aug 5, 2019
Catch The Kitchn at the Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival!People
On October 18, join The Kitchn at the Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival! As part of their Grand Tasting Presented by ShopRite Featuring KitchenAid® Culinary Demonstrations presented by MasterCard®, we will be hosting a panel discussing the future of food blogging. Spend your day wandering The Grand Tasting—sample delicious foods, try new products, and watch exciting demos by the greatest food stars in the country—and then top it off by hearing from The Kitchn.
Jun 5, 2019
Hey, Kitchn Readers, Check Out Our New Marketplace!Kitchen
Over the past few months, we’ve been working on a secret project, and today I’m ready to share it with readers from both Kitchn and Apartment Therapy because it holds treasures for both: I’m talking about Apartment Therapy Marketplace, the largest home-design-only marketplace in the country.
Jun 5, 2019
The Kitchn Is Now Mobile!People
Dear Readers, We launched the first responsive mobile design of The Kitchn and Apartment Therapy last night. It provides an optimal experience on any device (check it out right now by making your browser window smaller if you’re not on a phone already). It was inevitable, as we’ve watched our mobile readership grow significantly in the past 24 months. Every day more folks read our two sites via Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest off of their mobile devices.
Jun 4, 2019
A June Letter from the Editor: What’s Your Cooking Adventure, and Are You Packing Your Knives?People
We've got everything you need to feel confident at the grill.
Jun 3, 2019
It’s Grilling Week at Kitchn!Recipes
We've got everything you need to feel confident at the grill.
May 20, 2019
A May Letter from the Editor: It’s Spring! Let’s Eat Outdoors. (If I Can Do It, So Can You.)Skills
Welcome to May at Kitchn. Here's what we have coming up for you.
May 7, 2019
Welcome to Wellness at KitchnPeople
Dear readers, I’m writing to you today with some exciting news, as we enter a new year together. Today marks the official launch of our new Wellness vertical, a better and more beautiful place to discover and enjoy your own path to healthy living. From the very first day of Kitchn’s life, over 10 years ago, we have worked to be a smart, personal, and encouraging resource for people who want to eat well and live well.
May 1, 2019
Introducing Kitchn’s New YouTube Series: Power Hour Meal Prep (with Grace!)Skills
Watch the first episode and subscribe to our YouTube channel to see a fresh Power Hour meal prep video every week.
Apr 30, 2019
Join the Kitchn Home Team Panel!Skills
At Kitchn and our sister site, Apartment Therapy, every day we peek inside real homes and talk about how real people cook. Seeing how people live — and how their food choices and spaces reflect who they are — is at the core of what we do. Starting this month, we’ve invented a new way to hear from you more directly and understand how you eat and cook, with the Kitchn Home Team Panel. What exactly does the panel do?
Apr 30, 2019
A February Letter from the Editor-in-ChiefPeople
Dear readers, hello! Hello, hello, hello. It has been a long time since we spoke directly and a lot has changed at Kitchn. So starting now — right now! — I am going to write you a note every month about what’s happening at Kitchn, what’s cooking in my own kitchen, and see how we can do even more for you in your daily struggle and joy of eating well.
Apr 30, 2019
Letter from the Founder, Maxwell RyanPeople
Dear Readers, This April we will be celebrating our fifteenth birthday. For me, personally, it will be a celebration of growing, doing better and better work over the years, and staying true to our mission. From 400,000 readers a month, we’ve grown to over 30 million, and each day we are still bringing you the best of the web and of the world to help you live better at home.
Apr 30, 2019
A March Letter from the Kitchn Editor: Nourishment by Heart (Plus One Happy Announcement)People
It’s March, and am I glad to see it! February roughed up my little family with a bingo card of pathetic (sniffles, Tamiflu, bedridden partner, grouchy children — the works!). Anyone else with me? It seems to have been a hard winter for many, a challenging time to eat well; yet of course the tough times are when we need nourishment the most.
Apr 30, 2019
An April Letter from the Kitchn Editor: The One Dinner Inspiring Me the Most Right NowPeople
April is a month where I don’t quite know what I want or what I’m doing in the kitchen; is it spring? Is it winter? Why do I still have a cold? Where’s the asparagus? April is a month where I at least (and maybe you?) need a fresh start, a jolt of inspiration. I had one very significant experience at the beginning of the month that I have been thinking about every day since; can I share it with you?
Apr 30, 2019
A Letter to Our CommunityPeople
Dear Readers, You might not realize it, but Apartment Therapy Media is kind of a weird and quirky corner of the internet. We got started back in the good old blog days when you could just roll your thoughts, ideas, and musings down a page, throw in a bad photo or two, and then open up this starkly empty box at the bottom called Comments to see what people would say in return. Over the years, as we added more writers with more perspectives, more readers came along for the ride.
Apr 30, 2019
Dream a Little Dream: A Film for Your New YearPeople
Dear Readers, Happy New Year! On this pivotal day of our year I thought it would be nice to step back and air something again that is close to my heart and which represents my highest aspirations for the company: helping people to live better on any budget and at any age. While we center on the youthful part of life, the lessons are evergreen. So here it is.
Dec 31, 2018
Sign Up for Power Hour: Kitchn’s 7-Day Crash Course to Learn How to Meal PrepSkills
With busy work days and jam-packed schedules, we all struggle to find the time to get wholesome, satisfying meals on the table. But what if there was a way to prep the bulk of your meals ahead, so you could spend less time in the kitchen during the week and still eat well? Enter: Kitchn’s Power Hour. The premise of our Power Hour Meal Prep series is simple: Set aside an hour (or two!) one day a week to cook components or whole meals for the week ahead.
Oct 1, 2018
Launching Today! Hear Kitchn Recipes on Your Alexa Device.Skills
Have you ever wished you had an extra pair of hands while cooking to flip the pages of your cookbook, set a timer, look up how long the chicken should roast, or read the next step in your recipe? Well, starting today, you can, thanks to a new set of features from Amazon on Amazon Echo devices — and a new Kitchn relationship with Amazon. Today, Amazon is launching a new feature that enables you to cook with Alexa on Echo Show and Echo Spot.
Sep 20, 2018
What Kind of Grocery Shopper Are You? Take Our Grocery Shopping Survey!Groceries
If there is one thing you, our readers, share with us, your friendly editors, it is a love of grocery shopping. No matter what you eat and how, the grocery store is a weekly reality for most of us; and from best buys at Costco and Trader Joe’s to budget-saving tips, we know you love to talk about grocery shopping. But we want to do even more for you and do it better. So we’re launching a survey today to ask a little more about your grocery shopping habits.
Jun 18, 2018
Sign Up for the Easiest Thanksgiving Ever: The 10-Day Thanksgiving Countdown Starts MondaySkills
Thanksgiving is nearly here — can you believe it? The season of stuffing, gravy, and pie is upon us, but we hardly feel ready for it. Whether you’re hosting or just bringing the mashed potatoes to Friendsgiving, Thanksgiving may feel like a looming responsibility about to take you by surprise. But we’ve got your back! We want to help you have the easiest, most enjoyable Thanksgiving ever.
Nov 8, 2017
Happy Fourth of July from Maxwell @ Kitchn!Kitchen
Waking this morning and walking across the Manhattan Bridge to the office, it was remarkable how quiet the city was. It is a particularly unique thing to have a peaceful day in New York City, so I’m savoring it and using it to bring back something we haven’t done in years: wishing you a happy holiday. When our sites began in 2004, we used to start an open thread after linking to some good thoughts by others on each national holiday.
Jul 4, 2017
Please Welcome a New Series: Make More GoodPeople
Want to make the world (or even the sliver of world around you) a little bit better? Start by making more good. We’ve partnered with our friends at Land O Lakes to celebrate the everyday moments that bring happiness to ourselves and our communities with projects, presents, and little acts of kindness. Keep reading to find out how we plan to help you get your weekly dose of good — starting now through the rest of the year.
Feb 1, 2017
Hello, NYC Readers! Would You Like to Be Featured on Kitchn?Skills
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
Psssssst! Preview Party Monday Night!People
Okay, I’m totally excited … next week is the official launch of the first true product I’ve ever designed under my own name, especially for the Apartment Therapy and Kitchn audience. While I can’t say too much until next Thursday, February 4, you can all come get a sneak peek next Monday night here in NYC during the NY Now Show. I’d love to see you. All the info is below.
Jan 30, 2016
Meet Hali Bey Ramdene, The Kitchn’s New Food EditorPeople
Today we’d like to introduce you to a new member of The Kitchn’s full-time editorial staff: Hali Ramdene. Hali comes to us from Better Homes and Gardens, where she was an associate food editor. We’re thrilled to have Hali joining us; she’ll be uniting our recipe and cooking content under one integrated food department. She’s just one of several new faces to come on our team page; we have quite a lot of new things cooking here at The Kitchn!
Nov 2, 2015
The Kitchn Baking School: 20 Days, 20 Lessons to Become a Better BakerSkills
Do you dream of pastry? Do you love all baked goodies, but wish you could just once and for all perfect your layer cakes and chocolate chip cookies? Ever wonder just what all the fuss is about puff pastry? Welcome to The Kitchn Baking School — a 20-day program in the style of our immensely popular Cooking School. Baking School starts October 5 — sign up today!
Sep 23, 2015
Introducing The Vegetable ButcherPeople
When you need advice on how to properly cook a piece of meat, or how to cut it up just right, who do you ask? Your butcher, naturally. But what about when we need a little help on the vegetable front, too? Enter The Vegetable Butcher. June is the month when gorgeous vegetables finally hit the farmers market like a rainbow flood. So, naturally, we’re devoting June here at The Kitchn to vegetables in all their glory.
Jun 1, 2015
Bake Bread & Feed Someone in Need with the Three Loaves ProjectPeople
A few years ago, Jerry James Stone, a blogger and cook, received a $100 grant from Yahoo!’s Ripple of Kindness campaign. He used the cash to bake bread — 300 loaves! — and to give it away to the homeless in downtown San Francisco. While rewarding, it was also a lot of work, and Jerry was curious to find a simpler way to connect more people with the simple act of giving away food.
Apr 14, 2015
A Correction from The Kitchen (Formerly Known as The Kitchn)People
Dear readers, It has come to our attention that we have made a grievous error. For years we have been working to bring you excellent stories, tips, and recipes, fact-checking and copy-editing to the best of our ability — but all the while missing the glaring error at the very top of our page. Today, we’d like to issue a correction. The Kitchn should, indeed, be The Kitchen. Here’s a selection of the letters we’ve received on this topic.
Apr 1, 2015
KitchenAid’s New Stand Mixer Color for 2015 Is Champagne GoldTools
Every January I go to the Winter Fancy Food Show It’s an impressive, slightly overwhelming experience to navigate enormous halls filled with kitchen and housewares, but it’s fun to see the newest and shiniest goods that brands have to offer. Stopping at the KitchenAid booth is a must, especially to see the newest color(s) for the stand mixers.
Mar 10, 2015
It’s Week 4 of the Love Your Kitchen Challenge!People
It’s the home stretch for the Love Your Kitchen Challenge! We’re on to week four, and here are the tasks for this week from our friends at Every Day With Rachael Ray. Remember, follow them on Instagram and tag your completed challenges with #RRKitchenLoveSweepstakes for a chance to win $2500 (and a copy of The Kitchn Cookbook). Here’s your last week of challenges! Watch our Instagram too to see how we put these to work in our own home kitchens.
Sep 29, 2014
Join The Kitchn & Every Day With Rachael Ray in the Love Your Kitchen Challenge!People
We’re just a month away from the big launch of our very first book, The Kitchn Cookbook, and we can hardly wait to put it in your hands! But you can get a sneak peek right now, when you pick up the October issue of Every Day with Rachael Ray. Our friends there created a wonderful feature around some of our favorite kitchen tips (and recipes) from the book. And that’s not all — Every Day with Rachael Ray is also hosting a monthlong Instagram event, and we’re in on it too!
Sep 8, 2014
Meet Christine Gallary, Our New Food & Cooking EditorPeople
Today we’d like to introduce you to a new member of The Kitchn’s full-time team: Christine Gallary, our new food and cooking editor. Christine comes to us from CHOW and Cook’s Illustrated, and she has a culinary diploma from Le Cordon Bleu in Paris. She lives in San Francisco, where she’ll be blogging and editing for us, bringing you fresh tips, techniques, and ingredient intelligence. Here are a few questions for Christine, to help you get to know her better!
May 12, 2014
Happy Birthday, The Kitchn!People
Dear Readers, In honor of our tenth birthday, I want to share with you all my remarks last night at a little party we had here in NYC. What I said last night is even more for all of you, because you made us what we are today: First of all, I want to say how grateful I am to everyone who is now a part of our websites on a day-to-day basis.
May 8, 2014
Send Us Your Kitchen Projects! (And a Few Tips For Stellar Submissions)People
Have you recently undergone a kitchen makeover or renovation and have great ‘before’ and ‘after’ photos of the process? Did you figure out a smart, efficient way to organize your pantry or cupboards, or come across a tip or product that changed your life in the kitchen? We want to see it! Every week we showcase reader kitchens in our Before and After feature, and we’re always looking for examples of smart kitchen solutions and organizing ideas.
Oct 24, 2013
Got a Question for Reader Request Week? Tell Us What You Want on The Kitchn!People
Last year we ran a week of posts here at The Kitchn that were in response to reader requests. It was such a hit that we’re doing it again! In two weeks, our Reader Requests Week will bring you only posts that were written in response to a question or request from a reader (we even note on the post who requested it!). We have about 80 post slots to fill, and we’re wide open: What do you want to read about during Reader Request Week?
Apr 26, 2013
We’re Writing The Kitchn Cookbook!People
Discussing a shot with the visuals team on set in a Portland, Oregon winery!It’s been a long time coming. In the years since I started The Kitchn in 2005, Apartment Therapy has published three design books, and Faith and I have each published two of our own cookbooks, but until now, there hasn’t been a cookbook to share The Kitchn with the world beyond the internet. For the last several months we’ve been hard at work on the biggest book yet.
Apr 4, 2013
From the Kitchen… La Cucina PoveraPeople
La cucina povera is an Italian phrase that means “cooking of the poor,” or “peasant cooking.” This often refers to a now-fashionable mode of Italian cooking, popularized by Mario Batali and usually involving entrails, in some fashion. On a deeper level it reflects a necessary philosophy that is common in all cultures: making do with what you’ve got to transform humble ingredients into dishes that are more than the sum of their parts.
Jan 12, 2007
Hear Kitchn Recipes on Your Alexa Device
Hear Kitchn Recipes on Your Alexa Device
Sep 20, 2018
Introducing Kitchn Travel
Introducing Kitchn Travel
Dec 2, 2016