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Haven’s Cooking School + Staub 5.5 Quart Round Cocette Giveaway ($315)

We're reviewing The Haven's Kitchen Cooking School Cookbook...which includes a giveaway of the book as well as a cast-iron Staub 5.5 quart Round Cocette (value $315) made in France. The Haven's Kitchen Cooking School Cookbook Review About...Show More Summary

What is Butterfly Pea Tea?

Butterfly pea tea is an herbal tea made from a striking blue flowers of the Clitoria ternatea plant, also known as butterfly pea or Asian pigeonwings. Once dried, the flowers give the tea an extremely mild floral flavor, and they are often combined with ingredients like lemongrass to create a more flavorful brew....

Grapefruit, Avocado & Baby Arugula Salad

Enjoy this light and refreshing salad featuring ripe avocado and juicy grapefruit. The Grapefruit Shallot Vinaigrette is made in 15 seconds with a shake of a mason jar. Let’s cut the grapefruit We’re going to cut the grapefruit segments without the tough and bitter membrane. Show More Summary

Breville Thermal Pro Hard Anodized Cookware Review & Giveaway

Review of the Breville Thermal Pro Car Anodized Cookware 10-Piece Set, including both PROs and CONs. Breville Thermal Pro Hard Anodized Cookware Review We tested the 10-piece set from Breville for two months in the Steamy Kitchen. The...Show More Summary

Unicorn Cheesecake Brownies

Every time that I think the unicorn food trend – a trend which involves a generous use of ingredients like sprinkles, glitter and pink, purple and blue food colorings – is fading, I see someone share something colorful and delicious looking on Instagram and I get swept right back up in it. These...

11 Grilled-Pizza Recipes to Make in Your Backyard

We've rounded up 11 of our favorite topping combinations that are perfect for grilled pizzas, from figs and goat's milk feta to halloumi and olives.

Weeknight Ponzu Pasta

This one is for semi-lazy nights when you still want to get something vibrant and seasonal on the table. All things green in a quick, weeknight pasta option. It's feel-good food that won't weigh you down. The ponzu dressing comes together in a flash, boosted with a good dose of garlic and a thread of toasted sesame oil. Show More Summary

Vanilla Bean Mascarpone Semifreddo with Chocolate Curls

Frozen desserts are not only a great way to beat the heat during the summer, they are also a great option when you need to make dessert ahead of a party or gathering. With frozen desserts, you can simply make up a batch of ice cream sandwiches – or a semifreddo like this...

Get $30 Off Your First Online Farmers' Market Order with Figbo!

If you're in the Seattle area, Figbo, the online local farmers' market, is offering $30 off first-time orders! No monthly subscription required! Get started here. With their new à la carte style order system you will now be able to choose...Show More Summary

An Easy Yogurt Marinated Chicken Recipe with Saffron Rice and Tzatziki

It's always nice to have a variety of easy chicken recipes on hand for those busy weeknights. This recipe is big on flavor and low effort, especially if you use a boxed saffron rice (I prefer to make it from scratch, but when time and energy are concerned a box is just fine). Show More Summary

Breville Smoking Gun Review & Giveaway

Review of the Breville Smoking Gun handheld smoker, including both PROs and CONs. We've been testing the Smoking Gun for the past 2 months. Breville Smoking Gun Review Years ago....probably 7 years....I bought the first version of The Smoking Gun. Show More Summary

Special Sauce: Fuchsia Dunlop on "Magic Ingredients" and Stocking the Chinese Pantry

Chinese-food and culture writer Fuchsia Dunlop tackles common misconceptions about cooking Chinese food at home in this week's episode of the Special Sauce podcast with Ed Levine.

Seasoning Cast Iron (Flaxseed vs. Old School methods)

How to season cast iron and carbon steel pans In this video I compare using Sheryl Canter's Flaxseed oil method (21 hours of seasoning) to old school method (any cooking oil and 2 hours of seasoning)To clean my pans, I use Bar Keeper's...Show More Summary

Bites from other Blogs

This week, I’m getting back on track after a major site redesign that affected my posting schedule a bit. I’m sorry for all the Bites from other Blogs posts that I may have missed over the past few weeks, but I’m approaching 500 posts in this category (that means more than 2000 recipe links...

Tomato and Burrata Crostini: Not Just a Summertime Treat

A simple open-faced summer sandwich can become an elegant appetizer in a snap. We combine blistered tomatoes, creamy burrata cheese, and chive oil to top crostini for a snack or light dinner.

15 Tex-Mex Recipes Everyone Will Love, From Enchiladas to Fajitas

As much as we appreciate traditional Mexican food here at Serious Eats, we also love its Americanized cousin. If you've got a place in your heart for Tex-Mex too, check out 15 of our favorite recipes, including classic Texas-style nachos, creamy chicken enchiladas, and chorizo-stuffed chiles rellenos.

Chill Out: 8 Refreshing Cold Soup Recipes for Summer

When it seems like it can't get any hotter the last thing you want to do is cook over a hot stove. Chill out this summer and make one (or all!) of these delicious cold soup recipes. Most of them require no cooking, just some slicingShow More Summary

Rainbow Sprinkle Whoopie Pies

Rainbow sprinkles are all you need to brighten up an ice cream cone, a cupcake or a whoppie pie. These Rainbow Sprinkle Whoopie Pies are inspired by Funfetti cake mix – the rainbow sprinkle-flecked vanilla cake that I almost always enjoyed for my birthdays growing up. I think that I might have liked...

The Calm Before the Swarm: A Day in the Life of an Urban Beekeeper

The five beehives we have on our roof are registered with the city, so once or twice a year, we get calls to rescue errant swarms from other people's backyards and grape arbors.

Grilling With Vinegar: Filipino-Style Adobo-Marinated Pork Chops

Filipino adobo is a classic dish, usually of stewed chicken or pork in a tangy, flavorful sauce made from cane vinegar, soy sauce, and aromatics. But the building blocks of the adobo sauce also make a great marinade for grilled meats, like the pork chops here.

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