Elisabeth Sherman, The Kitchn

Elisabeth Sherman

The Kitchn

New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Unknown
Past:
  • The Kitchn
  • Star Trek
  • FasterLouder
  • Bustle
  • Narratively

Past articles by Elisabeth:

Martha Stewart’s Ingenious Hack for Removing Pesky Stickers from New Appliances

Martha Stewart has a hassle-free hack for getting those pesky stickers off items like pie plates without leaving behind any sticky residue. → Read More

40,000 People Fell in Love with This Cult-Favorite Egg Cooker on Prime Day Last Year

In a matter of minutes, the Dash rapid egg cooker can hard boil six eggs. And you can make two poached eggs in just 10 minutes. Fancy brunch, anyone? → Read More

On 'Deep Space Nine,' Bashir and O’Brien Fought Nazis— and Toxic Masculinity

Engineering Chief Miles O’Brien and Dr. Julian Bashir make an unlikely duo: One seems like an arrogant womanizer obsessed with being the best at everything (including racquetball), while the other more closely resembles a blue-collar worker and family man. Only Deep Space Nine — a weigh station for misfits and the misunderstood — could bring them together. → Read More

This Is the Secret Ingredient in the Pioneer Woman’s Potato Salad

The Today Show recently revealed that Ree Drummond adds pepperoni to one version of her potato salad. → Read More

How to Make a Better Taco, According to Chef Enrique Olvera

We caught up with Olvera to talk about why tacos are the best weeknight meal, the secret to making fish tacos, and how to elevate the whole experience at home. → Read More

The Internet Is Outraged Over This Controversial Pineapple Burrito in Australia

Mad Mex debuted the pineapple burrito, which also includes rice, black beans, and lettuce, ahead of World Pineapple Day on June 27. The internet was not having it. → Read More

Rosé Berries Are Going to Be the Trendiest Fruit of the Summer

Driscoll calls the berries “aromatic,” and writes that they have a “sweet, peachy flavor paired with a soft floral finish.” They are not alcoholic. → Read More

15 Grab-and-Go High-Protein Energy Bites to Get You Through Your Day

These energy bites or balls are nutritious, delicious, and also kid-friendly. We've rounded up 15 of our favorite recipes on the internet to help you upgrade your afternoon snack. → Read More

Here’s How Much Every Costco Employee Makes

Business Insider recently investigated the hourly wages for Costco employees from several different departments, including gas station attendants, cart collectors, and bakers, to find out the truth. → Read More

Adorable Toddler Cookbook Includes Recipe for Pancakes with Just One Ingredient

A bunch of pre-k kids made up their own recipes, and the results are hilarious. → Read More

Bean and Peach 'Salad' Sparks Internet Outrage

One thing you probably do not expect to see at a company potluck? A punch bowl filled with baked beans and canned peaches, all swimming in a mystery liquid. → Read More

You Can Rent Michael Pollan's House for $6,500 a Month This Fall

There’s a small vegetable patch in the backyard, which tenants are welcome to take full advantage of. → Read More

Make This French Onion Chicken Dinner Again and Again

If you love French onion soup, you're going to love this simple chicken recipe. It's also super easy to clean up because it's a one-pan meal. → Read More

Alton Brown Announces Premiere Date for "Good Eats: The Return"

Brown posted a video to Facebook today dishing out all the pertinent details: The new season of Good Eats will premiere on the Cooking Channel on Sunday August 25 at 10 p.m. EST. → Read More

No, the Instant Pot Doesn’t Cook All the Nutrients Out of Your Food

In fact, a recent study showed that pressure cooking actually increased the antioxidants in legumes like chickpeas, lentils, and peas. → Read More

I Tried Target's $5 New Bottled Sangria from California Roots

There's a newcomer to the refreshing summer drink scene: Target's new $5 bottled sangria! It's light, slightly tart, and definitely refreshing. Here's our official review. → Read More

Native Bacon Deodorant

The “Father’s Day Pack” (which is on sale now for $30) is geared toward the “grill sergeant” in your life. → Read More

This Is the Real Reason Everyone at Trader Joe's Is So Friendly

Trader Joe's podcast hosts sat down with crew members from around the country and even chatted with the company’s president, Bryan Palbaum, to get the truth. → Read More

Watch the Trailer for "Nothing Fancy," a Documentary About Diana Kennedy

Kennedy invites the documentary crew into her home, shares her impressive knowledge of proper Mexican cooking technique, and even lets them tag along on a couple research trips. → Read More

Throw an Ina Garten-Worthy Beach Party with Her Summer Playlist

Not only can Ina Garten cook, but she also can get down to some of the best music ever. Here's her summer playlist. → Read More