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The 5 Things I’m Taking Away From The Cooking Cure — Liveblogging The Cooking Cure Spring 2014

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Day 20: Make your Cooking Cure a cooking habit!

Sound the trumpet! You made it through The Kitchn's 4-week Cooking Cure! Due to unforeseen circumstances, I missed Dinner Week, but I still feel I've come away from this experience with new plans and habits to hone. Here are five things I'll continue to focus on in the weeks and months to come:

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Our Readers Take The Cooking Cure: Here’s How Day 19 Went for Them — The Cooking Cure Spring 2014

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As we near the end of the 21 meal challenge of The Cooking Cure, we asked our readers to tackle leftovers. You see, leftovers are a friend in many ways for lunch and dinners, but not always the most exciting of options. By instituting a plan of how and when to use your leftovers, cooking at home becomes easier and fun.

We checked out the #cookingcure hashtag to see how The Cooking Cure is going for you — here are some highlights!

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What To Read This Weekend: A Flowchart to Help You Decide Whether to Shop at Trader Joe’s or Whole Foods — 10 Weekend Reads from The Kitchn

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Ten good links and reads that made us laugh, made us hungry, or made us think this week.

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Tofu Varieties: What’s the Difference? — Tofu Basics

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Firm, extra firm, soft, silken — the vast array of fresh tofu varieties can seem daunting. What's the difference between them, and how do you choose which kind to use in a dish? To help answer these questions, I asked a couple of experts.

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Day 20: Make Your Cooking Cure a Cooking Habit — The Cooking Cure Spring 2014

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Day 20: Friday, March 28
Today's Assignment: Plan next week's meals, and then keep it going!
The Cooking Cure: See all assignments so far here

Grab the confetti and start the parade — Congratulations! You've made it through 4 weeks, 20 meal-"curing" assignments, and all the way to the finish line of our first-ever Cooking Cure. It feels pretty good, doesn't it?!

We've talked a lot these last few weeks about setting goals, kicking old habits and finding new ones, and ways to get ourselves out of cooking ruts. The challenge going forward is making sure these new habits really stick.

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Recipe: Peach Lambic & Rye Sangria — The 10-Minute Happy Hour

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Beer, wine, and cocktail lovers alike unite in their affection for this big batch drink. At first the idea of beer sangria may not appeal to the traditional sangria sippers, but fruity lambics are a game changer.

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