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  • Grain salad convert sings the praises of quinoa, farro and couscous

    Grain salad convert sings the praises of quinoa, farro and couscous
    There is none so pure as the reformed sinner. And since I overcame my irrational hatred of whole-grain salads a couple of years ago, I have been evangelizing like crazy. All I need is a big tent and a choir, and I can take my show on the road. Grain...
  • Sweet Corn and Goat Cheese Stuffed Peppers

    Sweet Corn and Goat Cheese Stuffed Peppers
    TheKitchn.com When it comes to grilling, I'll try anything. I love grilled beets, polenta and cheeses such as halloumi, along with the more conventional range of vegetables. The options for vegetarian grilling are endless. These stuffed peppers combine...
  • Test Kitchen video tip: Keep cool with simple gelato tips and recipes

    Test Kitchen video tip: Keep cool with simple gelato tips and recipes
    Sometimes, nothing beats the summer heat better than a bowl of cold, creamy gelato. Italian for "ice cream," gelato is almost like standard ice cream, but because it doesn't contain as much air, has a more dense and creamy texture. Best of all? It's...
  • Easy dinner recipes: 3 no-cook salads and soups to beat the summer heat

    Easy dinner recipes: 3 no-cook salads and soups to beat the summer heat
    Beat the heat tonight and keep your kitchen cool with these refreshing dinner ideas: Crab salad with cucumber: Fresh chunks of crabmeat are tossed with a bright lemon vinaigrette, then layered with very thinly sliced cucumber on a plate. It's a...
  • The magic of vinegar can brighten, balance and sharpen your food

    The magic of vinegar can brighten, balance and sharpen your food
    You've been using vinegar to dress salads, put up pickles and, yes, even clean a few things around the kitchen. Keep it up. But also consider that vinegar — cider, wine, sherry, balsamic, distilled — can be as important to a cook as salt and...
  • Two desserts baked into one

    Two desserts baked into one
    Q. I had lunch last week at Madisons in Boca Raton with my girlfriend. We split the Crème Brulee Cheesecake for dessert. It was so good, I wish I would have ordered my own. She promised to make it for me if I could get the recipe. I'm hoping you can...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Keep cool with 3 gazpacho ideas for Gluten-free Wednesday

    Easy dinner recipes: Keep cool with 3 gazpacho ideas for Gluten-free Wednesday
    Gluten-free gazpacho? Sure, classic gazpacho is built around soaked bread, but you won't miss it with these rich takes on the refreshing cold soup. From spicy cucumber to Thomas Keller's refreshing vegetable, to a reader favorite from Urth Cafe, these no-...
  • Homemade ice cream: Better by degrees

    Homemade ice cream: Better by degrees
    On Father's Day, I picked a fight with my dad. The argument was about homemade ice cream, and the fact that for all the rosy memories of us gathered around my father's grinding monstrosity of an ice cream machine, waiting for that first taste, the ice...
  • Fear not the homemade pie crust!

    Fear not the homemade pie crust!
    TheKitchn.com I am very worried, friends -- worried that the fear of pie crusts may be keeping a great many of you from making your own pies at home. Is this true? Does this sound like you? Do debates over butter vs. lard or tender vs. flaky make you...
  • Pina Colada Yogurt Parfait

    Pina Colada Yogurt Parfait
    Take a trip to the tropics with our pina colada inspired parfait. It even makes a great breakfast when you need a sunny start to your day. Pina Colada Yogurt Parfait Makes 1 serving. Active Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 10 minutes 1/3 cup reduced-...
  • Slime-free approach to cooking okra

    Slime-free approach to cooking okra
    Okra has an ardent proselytizer in Virginia Willis, the Atlanta-based chef, author and Southern food authority. "I will cajole, entice, and seduce doubters into becoming believers," writes Willis in "Okra" ($18), one of the latest books in the Savor the...