Some Tips To Season a Carbon Steel Pan

Some Tips To Season a Carbon Steel Pan

Open Slideshow So you just purchased a new carbon steel pan. Maybe you pulled out the big bucks and splurged, or just picked up an inexpensive one at your local kitchen store. Either way, take care of your new pan,...
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Some Tips to Help the Dishwasher Run Better

Some Tips to Help the Dishwasher Run Better

If you’re lucky enough to have some (mechanical!) help with your dishes, how’s your helper doing these days? Cooking can be tough on the dishwasher. All those goopy soups, milk-crusted mugs, and baked-on casseroles can overload it; perhaps you&#821...
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The IKEA RÅSKOG Cart

The IKEA RÅSKOG Cart

This cart is so spiffy it will make you want to mop your floors, morning, noon, and night. Okay, maybe not, but it will help tackle the headache you get when you’re screaming, “Where is that sponge I saved specifically...
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The Only Way  to Clean My Greasy Oven Door

The Only Way to Clean My Greasy Oven Door

BEFORE: The sad state of my oven door. You may remember last fall when I cleaned my oven that everything came out looking pretty good except my oven door. Despite vigorous scrubbing with baking soda and Bon Ami, the spatters...
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Why  Not To Let Anyone Else Clean My Cast Iron Pan

Why Not To Let Anyone Else Clean My Cast Iron Pan

In the South, cast iron skillets are treated as family heirlooms. You see, Southern cooks treat their cast iron skillet as a beloved friend. Caring tenderly for these skillets through regular cooking, cleaning, and curing means that some of us...
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Not Wash Your Cast Iron with Soap?

Not Wash Your Cast Iron with Soap?

How To Season a Cast Iron Skillet Cast iron care is something that cast iron-lovers take quite seriously. There are strict rules to follow depending perhaps on where you live and where you were raised. Some myths of cast iron...
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One Minute to a Cleaner Sponge

One Minute to a Cleaner Sponge

Believe it or not, that kitchen sponge is the dirtiest item in your house. Luckily, there’s an easy way to clean it. It soaks up all sorts of germs that live there happily, as the sponge usually remains slightly damp...
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The  Installment Of The Kitchn’s Spring Refresh Day 7

The Installment Of The Kitchn’s Spring Refresh Day 7

Woo-hoo for you! Today’s the last installment of The Kitchn’s seven-day Spring Refresh. Before we get to high-fives, though, you’ve still got one small assignment that will make a big difference down the line. I’ve yet to meet a cook...
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The Kitchn’s Spring Refresh :Gahter Your Tools

The Kitchn’s Spring Refresh :Gahter Your Tools

Cooks are notoriously attached to their tools: Bakers are devoted to the 9×13 pan, bartenders love their citrus juicers, and most chefs will gladly wax poetic when asked about their favorite knife. That’s why we’ve saved the task of clearing.....
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How To Make Dried Herb Incense

How To Make Dried Herb Incense

Open Slideshow If you buy sage for a recipe and don’t know what to do with the leftovers, or have a garden overflowing with herbs, herbal incense sticks are a perfect way to preserve them — and they make an aromatic...
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