The Best Way to Learn How to Debone a Chicken — Comment of the Day

Have you ever taken all the bones out of a whole chicken? This crazy-good roast chicken recipe calls for a deboned chicken, but I've never been brave enough to try this myself. But a reader has a good tip on how to learn — not surprisingly, one of my favorite chefs is involved.


Help Me Deal with the Area Under My Kitchen Sink! — Good Questions

Q: I am a non-disabled person moving into a handicap-accessible apartment. The area under the kitchen sink is exposed. I need ideas on utilizing that space and making it look good, as it is the first thing you see when you come into the apartment.


5 Recipes That Make Burgers a Healthier Part of Your Summer Meal — Meal Plans from The Kitchn

It may be part of the human condition to love burgers. You don’t have to love (or even eat) red meat — there are pescetarian, vegetarian, vegan, Paleo, and poultry burgers that are just as satisfying to sink your teeth into.

And that’s the thing about burgers, isn’t it? They give you that gratifying feeling of picking up a sandwich with both hands, opening wide, and taking a big, honkin’ bite of savory pleasure.


7 Commonly Neglected Areas That Need a Little TLC — Apartment Therapy

From Apartment Therapy → 7 Things You Never Ever Clean (But Really Should at Some Point)


The Right Internal Temperature for Hot Dogs — Kitchen Facts

Hot dogs are sold fully cooked, so do you need to grill or heat them? While they are generally safe to eat as is for most people, there are some food safety guidelines to keep in mind when you're cooking hot dogs.


Party Tunes: A 4th of July Playlist from Bryant Terry — An Afro-Asian 4th of July

In our industrialized system of growing, harvesting, processing, packaging, transporting, and marketing what we eat, food is considered a commodity. For the handful of transnational corporations that control most of our food system, art, culture, community, and the like only become important when being used in the service of raking in profits.

Part of my mission is putting the culture back into agriculture, and my recipes have suggested music (and sometimes books and films) for you to enjoy while prepping, cooking, and eating with family and friends. I offer this playlist to help heat up your 4th of July cookout.


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