Your Summer Guide to Radishes

Radishes are one of the first signs that summer, and all its bountiful produce, is finally on its way. Lovely, beautiful, rosy-colored radishes! This week we've been featuring radishes of every shape and hue in recipes that run the gamut — from a simple pasta to a spicy, potent salad with kimchi and sesame seeds.

Here are all the recipes in one handy collection, along with the rest of our advice for buying and cooking early summer radishes. Consider this your radish bucket list.


Weekend Assignment: Bottle Your Homebrewed Beer — The Kitchn’s Beer School

  • Today's topic: Bottle your beer
  • The Kitchn's Beer School: 20 lessons, 7 assignments to brew your first 1-gallon batch of beer.
  • Sign up & see all the assignments! The Kitchn's Beer School

In the past three weeks, your homebrew has gone from raw grains to sugary wort to actual beer — all that's left to do is bottle it up. Let's get to it!


6 Tips to Make the Most of Your CSA This Summer — Tips from The Kitchn

It's that wonderful time of year when CSAs are just beginning. It's been months since you signed up, and now the fresh fruits and veggies are finally starting to roll in. As delightful as these regular boxes are, it's best to have a plan for managing your produce haul, and staying flexible for when you receive new-to-you items or 10 pounds of zucchini.

Here are six tips to help you make the most of your CSA this summer.


Everything You Need to Know About Growing Chives

So, you might not consider yourself much of a home gardener, but you love to cook, and you go crazy over seasonally fresh flavor. This is where growing culinary herbs comes into play. Over the next few weeks, I'm going to show you how easy it is to grow your own herbs, whether you're limited by time, space, money, or that highly coveted green thumb.

Let's start this series with chives. They are one of the first herbs to pop up in the spring garden, they are in season (and blooming!) right now, and they are pretty much the easiest herb to grow. I'm talking low-maintenance, high-yield, and serious versatility.


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