Chad Johannesen

What Are Some Good No-Cook or Oven-less Meals? — Good Questions

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Q: I live in a small-ish city apartment with no central air conditioning and a gas stove that makes my entire living space feel like it's located on the surface of the sun.

Do you have any suggestions for no-cook or oven-less summer meals?


Juice by Carly de Castro, Hedi Gores & Hayden Slater — New Cookbook

The angle: The founders of LA-based Pressed Juicery share the delicious secrets behind their favorite juices.

Recipes for right now: Watermelon Orange Pineapple, Grapefruit Guava Kiwi, Chocolate Almond Milk, Good Morning Greens, Berry Basil Bliss, Melon and Herbs, Blackberry Sage Water, Cucumber Basil Water

Who would enjoy this book? Serious juicers, curious juicers, and those curious about being serious juicers.


15 Amazingly Delicious Ways You Should Be Eating (and Drinking!) Fresh Cherries This Summer — Recipes from The Kitchn

We're smack dab in the middle of cherry season and I hope you're enjoying it as much as I am. While these sweet fruits are absolutely perfect eaten as is, they have the power to transform your plate of pancakes, summer cocktail or dessert into something truly magical.

Cherry-almond poke cake? Roasted cherry Dutch baby? Homemade cherry vinegar? Come get your cherry fix.


Stylish Dining Chairs Under $200 — Apartment Therapy

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From Apartment Therapy → Stylish Dining Chairs Under $200

Whether you're looking to add a pop of color to your space, warm it up with wood, or perhaps keep it looking clean in white, we've rounded up ten great looking choices that will keep your wallet happy.


The Make-Ahead Egg Trick That Will Change Brunch Forever — Culinary School Diaries

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Culinary School: Week 2 (of 12 weeks)
Last Week's Diary: How I Rediscovered the Paring Knife

My go-to brunch item always involves eggs: either soft scrambled or poached, with various sides of greens, a little bacon, and maybe some potatoes or toast. When making brunch for a big group of people, however, I always imagined poached eggs would be tricky to pull off because I didn't think you could make them ahead of time.

This week in culinary school I was proven wrong. Here's the a make-ahead egg trick that kind of blew my mind.


Before & After: Evangelina’s All-White Kitchen Renovation — The Big Reveal


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Columbus, OH
United States
About my kitchen reveal:
My 114-year old double had never had a kitchen remodel. At last in 2013 we started the big remodel. Our architect, Tim Lai, came up with a very nice floor plan. The few cabinets in the kitchen were removed, the clothes shoot was saved, the floor was refinished, the windows were restored and now get lots of light. I love my kitchen!

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