Kitchn’s Most-Saved Slow Cooker Recipes This February

There’s not a week that goes by where my slow cooker isn’t put to work. It’s the hero that helps me get dinner on the table when busy nights hit and lends a helpful hand during weekend meal prep. Having a solid cache of slow cooker recipes at your fingertips is always a good idea, […]

How To Make Cut Flowers Last Longer

I love getting fresh flowers — hint, hint, husband! — but what I don’t love is how quickly they fade. I hate getting a gorgeous bouquet, only to toss it a few days later when the petals start to brown, the leaves are drooping, and the water has turned into a murky mess. And the […]

25 Tasty Ways to Make Rice a Meal

We bet you’d be hard-pressed to find a kitchen where there isn’t at least one kind of rice stocked in the pantry. Rice is inexpensive and easy to make, but more often than not it plays a supporting role come mealtime. Why not try making rice the star of the show? These 25 recipes will […]

Little Changes Made a Big Difference in This Kitchen

Earlier this week, we wrote about a perfectly serviceable kitchen that got a few tweaks to become totally wow-worthy. (See: A Perfectly Fine Kitchen Gets Unbelievably Better Thanks to a Bit of Paint.) And here’s another one! Instead of starting totally from scratch, homeowners Lindsay and Matt used a minimal budget to make just a […]

7 Things to Bake on Your Pizza Stone That Aren’t Pizza

Pizza stones (or baking steels) are wonderful, industrious tools to have in the kitchen. Yes, they help produce a crispy pizza crust, but that’s just the beginning of what they’re capable of. If you’ve ever dismissed pizza stones as a unitasker, let me show you seven ways you can put that stone to work in […]

How To Make Nut Milk from Cashews, Almonds, and More

Nut milks are nothing new. In fact, Emma gave us the play-by-play on making our own almond milk at home a few years ago here. But as the variety of nut milks, nut milk blends, and hybrid almond-coconut-hemp milk creamers continue to fill the shelves, we wondered if we could make every kind of nut […]

Best Stylish, Easy-to-Clean High Chairs

When my girls were little, my parents had this hand-me-down high chair they would haul out for visits. It was just brutal. It was big and bulky, even when it was folded closed, with these plasticky-looking feet and an ostensibly comfy seat cushion that would catch crumbs in the stitching. Sure, it was functional in […]

Le Creuset – Spring Releases 2018

Even though it is snowing in some parts of the country today, it is now officially spring. And although most of us won’t need much help putting winter behind us, Le Creuset has a few new pieces that can get us all thinking spring thoughts. The common theme? Flowers, flowers, and more flowers! Take a […]

How To Make Skillet Pizza on the Stove Top – Recipe

Hot summer days are tough for a pizza-lover — especially if that pizza-lover doesn’t have a grill to take the pizza party outside. A few years back, my husband and I (both hardcore pizza devotees) started experimenting with stovetop pizzas to avoid turning our apartment into a sauna during the summer months, and this soon […]

How to Dye Easter Eggs With Food Coloring

Holidays have a tendency to sneak up on us. Easter especially, because the date can change year to year. Luckily, you probably already have everything you need in order to get in on the egg-dying fun. Instead of buying one of those wasteful kits at the corner drug store, you really just need food coloring […]