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Columbus, OH, United States

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Past articles by Faith:

The 3-Ingredient Costco Pasta Salad I Make Over and Over

It takes five minutes and is soooo good for a crowd! → Read More

A September Letter from the Editor: The Refreshment of Teeny-Tiny Entertaining

This month at Kitchn, we’re centered on teeny-tiny entertaining. We’re going to be bringing you things like the ultimate grazing board cheat sheet (think: paint by numbers), and a collection of dinner party recipes for right now: small, casual, and special. → Read More

Dan Kluger's Fresh-Corn Polenta with Butter and Herbs

It's like the best creamed corn you've ever had, minus the cream. → Read More

Gregory Gourdet's New Cookbook Is a Feel-Good Must-Buy

The Top Chef alum and Portland chef has a remarkably thoughtful, full-flavored approach to cooking for what makes you feel good. → Read More

A May Letter from the Editor: Breakfast Is the Best

We're kicking off a month of breakfast content here at Kitchn. It's also Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and we took that welcome opportunity to bring you a full week of Hawaiian food from one of our favorite food stars. → Read More

A March Letter from the Editor: What We Cook on Sundays

Sunday is the chief of all days to cook, the one where we most frequently enjoy meals with a relaxed sense of time — but also the day where we cook now so we can eat later. → Read More

This Russian Vegetable Soup Is (Almost) Too Good to Be True

This soup calls for very practical ingredients: a head of cauliflower and one of broccoli, plain potatoes, oats. It doesn't even ask for stock — just water (or a quick garlic broth). But it becomes something far more than the sum of its humble parts. → Read More

What It’s Like to Run a Pie Shop the Weekend Before Thanksgiving (During a Pandemic!)

Perrie Wilkof of Dough Mama in Columbus, Ohio, talks the pie marathon that leads up to Thanksgiving – especially in 2020 with the challenges of caring for her staff and business through a pandemic. → Read More

Still Undecided on Your Thanksgiving Menu? Here Are 4 Ways to Think Big, but Cook Small for Thanksgiving 2020.

This year, due to COVID-19, many people are opting for smaller Thanksgiving celebrations. Here are four ways to make it happen (and still feel special). → Read More

The Perfect Little Something for Every Wine Drinker on Your Holiday Shopping List

A sommelier first introduced us to these little wine stoppers and we can't get over how good they are at sealing up once-opened bottles of wine. → Read More

An October Letter from the Editor: Let’s Go to Cooking School Together

This month we invite you to join us for Cooking School 2020, a fun and breezy 20-lesson program to walk you through some of the elements of being a great cook. → Read More

A September Letter from the Editor: Introducing Kitchn Essentials

Today, I want to introduce you to our own new list of Kitchn Essentials: Grocery Edition — our list of the right groceries for right now. → Read More

This Strawberry Dutch Baby Is the Best. The End.

When you want a strawberry Dutch baby, this recipe delivers. → Read More

What It's Like to Work at a Food Bank During the Pandemic

"We've seen people sign their whole stimulus check over to us, and say, I don't need this so put it to use." → Read More

Burnt Out on Cooking? Me Too. Here Are 7 Little Strategies Getting Me Through.

Feeling burned-out and tired of cooking? Here are seven practical ways to get a break and some inspiration. → Read More

I Tried Freshly. Here's What It Cost and What I Thought

I tried Freshly's meal delivery service, and here's how it went. → Read More

The Delicious, Practical Instant Pot Dinner I Make at Least Once a Week

So basic I'm a little embarrassed to share it. → Read More

Our 20 Most Popular Brunch Recipes

From Southern butter rolls to quiche Lorraine, these are our absolute most popular brunch recipes to make you for Mother's Day and beyond. → Read More

On Monotony and the Gift of the Outdoors: A May Letter from the Editor

So this May we're doubling down on our outdoor month, with good ideas for you, your grill, and any bit of outdoor space you may have. → Read More

Every Cook Needs Three Thermometers (And One of Them Is a Magic Wand)

The three essential kitchen thermometers every cook needs. → Read More