Chad Johannesen

What’s Cooking This Weekend? — Weekend of August 18-19, 2012

Happy weekend! What's cooking in your kitchen this weekend? Is it clean-out-the-fridge-night? Are you going out, saving your kitchen energy for later in the weekend? Tell us! Inspire us with your cooking plans, here at the end of the hot summer, waiting for school to start and dreaming of autumn apple pies and braises. What's cooking this weekend? More


Penne alla Vodka, Perfect Pesto, Broiled Zucchini, Sweet Corn Soup, Norwegian Lefse Flatbread, The Gold Rush & More — New Recipes from The Kitchn

What's for dinner tonight? May we suggest a few options from our lineup of new recipes from the past week? How about a saucy, garlicky dish of penne alla vodka? Also in the boozy range, what about a 30-minute supper of tender chicken and artichoke hearts in a fragrant wine sauce? If you prefer to drink your booze, then try our cocktail of the summer, The Gold Rush, a bourbon and honey sipper, or a two-ingredient smash hit with gin and Vinho Verde wine. If you want to keep it a bit lighter, try Julia Child's own pick: The Agnosoda. These recipes and more, including how to make perfect pesto every time, and a light yet satisfying dish of broiled zucchini with yogurt sauce.

Penne alla Vodka
Chicken and Artichokes in Wine Sauce
The Vinho Verde & Gin Spin
The Gold Rush Cocktail
Broiled Zucchini with Yogurt-Dill Sauce
How To Make Perfect Pesto
Julia Child's Angosoda Cocktail
Sweet Corn Soup
Norwegian Potato Lefse
Stuffed Grape Leaves with Cucumber-Yogurt Sauce
Foraged Berry Tart More


A Taste of Israel: Photos From a Food Tour


What is Israeli cuisine? This was the question on everyone's mind during my 5-day Israel food tour in late June. My co-adventurers were all food bloggers as well, and we each came to Israel with vague notions of what to expect during our time there (lots of hummus and tahini!) but without a clear sense of what we were in for. Here's a quick look at what we experienced: More


What Can I Do With Bitter Peppers? — Good Questions

2012-08-17-PurplePeppersGQ.jpgQ: We went to a pick-your-own farm and came back with a bounty of small, fist-sized purple peppers. I'm not sure what to do with them, especially after cutting into one and finding it too bitter to eat. I'm hoping the whole batch doesn't taste similarly. What can I do with them?

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Unconventional Ideas for Hanging Art in Your Home<

20122817KN2.jpegHanging art makes a house feel like a home. If you want to do something different from just plain hanging pictures on the wall, try one of these unconventional ideas.

Ideas for Hanging Art
  Apartment Therapy


Not Just for Fish and Chips: Malt Vinegar — Ingredient Spotlight

2012_08_17-maltvinegar.jpgJust one whiff of malt vinegar brings me back to my days living in England, where it's used to season comfort foods like fish and chips and beans on toast. The distinctive tangy condiment isn't just for pub fare, however. More


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