Recipe: Red Pepper Relish — Recipes from The Kitchn

No time to pick a peck of pickled peppers? Stir up a batch of quick stovetop relish for a fancy little cookout condiment. It goes just as well with virtuous grilled fish, charred eggplant, or sizzling squash as it does with brats, burgers, and dogs.


Recipe: Raspberry Vinaigrette — Recipes from The Kitchn

Every once in a while during the summer, I stumble on the sale of the season. I'm not talking about clothes or shoes — this is far better. I'm talking about fresh, ripe raspberries for $1 per pint. Considering these berries can be upwards of $5 at the grocery store, I stock up!

While I could easily eat my way through pint after pint, popping berries from the container straight to my mouth, I do my best to show a little restraint. I like to save at least a few to be put to work in the kitchen.


20 No-Heat Summer Potluck Dishes for Everyone — Recipes from The Kitchn

Who's ready to keep the oven and stove off for the rest of summer? Well, you're in luck — these 20 recipes don't require one bit of cooking.

In addition to keeping the kitchen just a little bit cooler, no-cook dishes always have a way of offering something for everyone — from vegetarians and vegans to people avoiding gluten, dairy, and nuts. Keep it easy and relaxed with modern broccoli slaw, or a cabbage and ramen salad, and stay cool with strawberry icebox cake and no-cook, no-churn two-ingredient ice cream.


How To Make Pizza Dough — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

We here at The Kitchn are pretty passionate about our pizza. This recipe for everyday pizza dough is one we’ve all worked on together over the years, tweaking something here and adding something there, until finally coming to a consensus. That makes it sound like this recipe might be tricky — it’s not. In fact, keeping it simple was one of our biggest requirements.

This is the dough for your weeknight pizza, and it's the one that went into The Kitchn Cookbook. It’s easy to make, either over a lazy afternoon at home or to stash in your fridge for later, and it’s super easy to roll out. Top it with sauce and cheese, bake until bubbly, and awesome homemade pizza is yours.


Recipe: Marinated Olives with Basil and Orange Peel — Appetizer Recipes from The Kitchn

I've come a long way as a host in the past several years, mostly thanks to finding ways to keep my stress level down so I can genuinely enjoy my friends' company. One key to that effort is having simple pre-meal snacks ready to go, so even if I find myself behind on the main meal, I won't worry my guests are hungry.

I often put out a bowl each of roasted nuts and olives, and I've taken to marinating my own olives so I can tailor the flavors to our meal and the season. Right now I'm loving this summery variation featuring the bright and bold accents of orange zest and fresh basil.


How To Make Homemade Pizza Sauce — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

Tomato sauce for homemade pizzas is one of the all-time easiest DIY projects. It's made with just a few ingredients — canned tomatoes, garlic, balsamic vinegar, and a drizzle of olive oil — and a quick blitz in the blender or food processor. You can even freeze it in single pizza-sized portions to make things all the easier for yourself on Pizza Night!

Here is your step-by-step recipe, with everything you need to know to make homemade pizza sauce tonight.


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