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Past articles by Ariel:

Get Inspired! Here Are Our June, July, and August 2021 Picks for Kitchn’s Cookbook Club.

Read on to see what cookbooks we chose for the coming months, and why! → Read More

The Rolling Pin We Can’t Stop Talking About After Brunch Fest

The gorgeous rolling pin is from Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading Co. It comes in two different colors (white and black), are made of "a solid piece of wood," and are supposed to offer a "creative connection to ordinary kitchen tasks." → Read More

I Can’t Get Over the Dreamy Peel-and-Stick Pink Backsplash in This Kitchen

When Alejandra Ramos was demonstrating her recipe for chorizo and potato breakfast empanadas on Instagram, everyone got a peek into her gorgeous kitchen — which included this dreamy pink backsplash. → Read More

Ina Garten’s Mushroom Lasagna Is the Comforting Dinner I Keep Coming Back To

The recipe comes from Barefoot Contessa at Home, and it feels peak Ina with its everyday extravagance. The ingredient list is short and heavy on the "good" ingredients — mushrooms, Parmesan cheese, lasagna noodles, butter, milk. → Read More

Mark Your Calendars! We’re Announcing Kitchn’s Cookbook Club Picks for March, April, and May 2021.

For the next few months, Kitchn's Cookbook Club will be making its way through The Silver Palate by Sheila Lukins and Julee Rosso, East by Meera Sodha, and Parwana by Durkhanai Ayubi. → Read More

21 Kitchen Habits to Ditch This Year

It's time to say goodbye to the things that waste your time, cost you money, and sacrifice the overall quality of your meals. → Read More

Costco Is Finally Testing Curbside Pickup

Costco is testing out curbside pickup at three stores in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The service is powered through Instacart, and items available for purchase include both grocery and non-grocery items. Customers have to spend a minimum of $100 and there's a $10 fee. → Read More

Our February Pick for Cookbook Club Is “The Flavor Equation” by Nik Sharma

In The Flavor Equation, Nik Sharma gets deep into everyday pantry staples and "flavor boosters" that add brightness, bitterness, saltiness, sweetness, and savoriness. Learn more about this cookbook and buy a copy! → Read More

12 Inspiring Home Cooks Tell Us the Recipe They Made Most in 2020

From the perfect chocolate chip cookie, to tomato egg drop soup, here are the recipes that some of our favorite cooks made over (and over) again. → Read More

The Top 3 Food Trends for 2021, According to Pinterest

Aya Kanai, Pinterest’s Head of Content and Editorial Partnerships, said that "in 2021, Pinners will experiment with new flavors, techniques, and cuisines at home." → Read More

Kimchi Fried Rice Is the Cold-Weather Comfort Food You Crave

This pantry-friendly recipe comes together in a pinch when you don't know what to make for dinner, but also demand something utterly delicious and cozy. → Read More

These Grocery Store Horror Stories Will Convince You to Stay Home for the Holidays

Twitter user Dylan Morrison recently posted a thread of grocery store horror stories to help convince people to stay home this holiday season — it'll make you cry, then laugh, and then cry again. → Read More

30-Minute Tuscan Chicken in Parmesan Sauce Is the Dreamiest of Dreamy Dinners

The secret is in the sauce. → Read More

Sean Sherman, aka The Sioux Chef, on Reclaiming Indigenous Cuisine

We talked to the James Beard Award-winning chef about what it means to reclaim Indigenous cuisine, the indigenous pantry, and the work he's doing in Minneapolis after the murder of George Floyd. → Read More

Come Cook with Us! Kitchn’s November Pick for Cookbook Club Is “The Taste of Country Cooking” by Edna Lewis

I'm excited to announce that next month we're diving into a classic: The Taste of Country Cooking by Edna Lewis. Read on to see why we chose this book, and learn how you can participate. → Read More

25 Downright Delightful Videos That Will Restore Your Joy in Cooking

When it comes to finding a renewed sense of pleasure in the kitchen, I've regularly turned to the funny, heartwarming, and often educational videos strewn across YouTube and Instagram. Here are some of the best ones to inspire your own cooking. → Read More

Chicken and Black Bean Enchiladas Are an Easy Family Favorite

"They are so easy to make and I can switch out the meat component or leave them vegetarian. My whole family loves this recipe!" Alice Choi explains. → Read More

Our Readers Share Their Favorite Recipes from Joe Yonan’s “Cool Beans”

If you're just diving into Cool Beans, or are looking for more recipes to try, I rounded up a few of the clear favorites from our Cookbook Club Facebook group to help you out. → Read More

Joe Yonan Wants You to Start Making a Pot of Beans Every Week

I talked to Yonan about the many ways to flavor a pot of beans, the secret to his black bean brownies, and which bean he thinks best represents Ina Garten (you know, if he had to choose). → Read More

Make These Brown Butter Maple Blondies (If You Know What’s Good for You)

With only 10 ingredients, you probably have many of the things needed to make these bars in your kitchen already. Try to use a light brown sugar instead of dark, and higher-grade maple syrup. → Read More