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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The 12 Worst Offenders for Kitchen Clutter and How to Do with Them

The 12 Worst Offenders for Kitchen Clutter and How to Do with Them

The 10 Commandments of a Clutter-Free Kitchen Scores of cabinets and miles of counter space, a place for everything and everything in its place — this is the dream kitchen. But the reality is that most of us are cooking...
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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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Baking Soda Is a Good Cleaner?

Baking Soda Is a Good Cleaner?

Baking soda, a mainstay of many baking recipes, has colonized territory way beyond the baking rack. It can be found lurking in the backs of refrigerators, in cleaning kits tucked beneath the sink, and in the list of ingredients for...
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5 Reasons Why I Like Cleaning Alone

5 Reasons Why I Like Cleaning Alone

I’m not a natural neat freak. I’ve struggled with cleaning throughout my life. (I used to leave sinks full of dirty dishes for longer than I’d like to admit.) Don’t get me wrong — I’m not messy; in fact, I...
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Some Ways to Keep Those Outdoor Bugs Away

Some Ways to Keep Those Outdoor Bugs Away

I’ve lived in the Northeast for 10 years now and somehow every summer I forget about bugs. As the days become longer I get excited about grilling, ice cream, and shorts. Ignorance is bliss. But then one night I’ll be...
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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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The Kitchn’s Spring Refresh Day 4: Take Stock of Your Pantry Shelves (and Yourself)

The Kitchn’s Spring Refresh Day 4: Take Stock of Your Pantry Shelves (and Yourself)

If the refrigerator is a cook’s subconscious, then the pantry is the conscious ego — the place where we can see ourselves in a colorful, curated spice collection or an organized row of rice and pasta jars. Pantry cleaning offers...
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