Kitchen and Cooking

Kohl’s fall sale is a gold mine for the all-in-one kitchen

NOTnot to scare you, but the holidays are slowly approaching. For many of us, that means making sure our entertainment essentials are in order, and more importantly, our kitchenware. Thanksgiving dinners and family holiday brunches demand everything food-related, from the slow cooker to salad plates. Luckily, Kohl’s has you covered. …

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Cooking while traveling | On the table

I love summer in Humboldt County for a number of reasons, including the amazing produce our farmers bring to the markets and the fog that keeps us cool (“Get Out into the Fog”, August 26). Therefore, I usually enjoy my favorite season in my favorite place. This year, however, after …

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Collectible cookbooks for your kitchen

In addition to canning hoarding (a relatively recent development), I am a long established cookbook hoarder. Piles upon piles upon piles of cookbooks fill my workspace in the newsroom, my dining table at home, and now, in these days of working from home, my writing room. Not to mention the …

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Meet Eamon Lee: 7 Questions To Know Syracuse University’s New Executive Chef

Eamon Lee Food Services has hired a new executive chef with deep roots in the central New York area. Chef Eamon Lee brings to the University over three decades of experience in the food service industry. In the short term, Eamon will look to create a culinary training program for …

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Cooking Classroom: Toast Pan Toast | Life

Welcome to Kitchen Classroom, where America’s Test Kitchen Kids shares a weekly set of kid-tested and trusted recipes, hands-on experiences, and activities paired with suggestions on how to bring learning in the kitchen to life. In this week’s edition of Kitchen Classroom, Kids Cook Breakfast! With a little help from …

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Five months after opening, Jonah’s kitchen is on fire with casual “Made From Scratch” dishes

By Susan Payne Sitting inside Jonah’s Kitchen, an elevated yet fast-paced casual eatery in Santa Monica, is like having a meal with the celebrity chef himself, an al fresco dining experience. Chef Jonah Johnson opened the restaurant in June, inspired by his travels through Latin America and lovingly prepared – …

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With ‘Black Food’, chef Bryant Terry finds meaning in every meal

IT TOOK some help from a few friends for chef, author and food justice advocate Bryant Terry to compile “Black Food: Stories, Art & Recipes From Across the African Diaspora” (October 19, 4 color books). Fortunately, Mr. Terry’s circle includes famous authors (Toni Tipton-Martin), chefs (Yewande Komolafe), Food Network stars …

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Kitchen retailers should lead the way with smart devices

12 October 2021 Retailers have a vital role to play in promoting sales of smart devices by helping consumers choose the right products for their lifestyle. That’s what Mark Siddall, Managing Director of MR Kitchen Design in Chalfont St Giles and Darren Taylor, Managing Director of Searle and Taylor in …

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Amazon Great Indian Festival: Best Deals on Premium Kitchen Appliances – 5 Options

What comes to your mind when we talk about modern kitchen setup? One of the most popular answers will be a kitchen that includes all the high-end equipment to make our household chores easier. In this fast-paced world, we’re constantly on the lookout for gadgets and tools that help us …

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Mom shares a smart cooking trick to keep boiling water from overflowing from the pot

Are you tired of your pots overflowing and making your hob harder to clean? Check out this nifty trick to make cooking and cleaning easier. Using the easiest ingredient to find in your kitchen, mom’s reveal has left many wondering how they hadn’t known the hack earlier. 3 Mom shares …

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