Help Paula Wolfert Write Her New Brain-Healthy Cookbook — A Worthy Cause

Paula Wolfert is an extraordinary cook and cookbook writer whose influence on my kitchen and my cooking has been significant. I can't remember when I first picked up Couscous and Other Good Food from Morocco (long, long before I'd heard the name Ottolenghi, that's for sure!), but my dinner table hasn't been the same since.

Equally influential are her books on Mediterranean cooking and, my favorite, cooking in clay pots and vessels. She is simply a master, and for this reason alone I would have supported the recent Kickstarter campaign for her new cookbook, Unforgettable: Bold Flavors from a Renegade Life. But the story of this remarkable project doesn't stop at a mere cookbook.

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What’s the Best Way to Pack Kitchen Supplies for Storage? — Good Questions

Q: All of my kitchen supplies are going into storage for several months. I know how to wrap everything so it won't chip or shatter, but should I be doing more?

All of my pots, utensils, spices, appliances, and alcohols will be packed away.

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The Best Ways to Store Leftover Pizza — Tips from The Kitchn

Whenever we get pizza delivered for dinner, we always order a larger one than we'll be able to eat in one sitting. Why? Simply because we want leftovers. Once we discovered how easy it is to reheat a slice of pizza on the stove, having a few extra slices around means an easy lunch or snack.

But what's the best way to store leftover pizza? Can you just shove the pizza box into the refrigerator?

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15 Beautiful Bar Carts — Apartment Therapy

From Apartment Therapy → Bar Carts for Every Budget

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Still Using Bagged Ice in Your Cooler? There’s a Better Way! — Tips from The Kitchn

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I have very vivid memories of playing baseball as a kid, standing in left field waiting for a ball to come my way. The smell of a warm leather glove and fresh-cut grass still bring back the memories, almost as fast as plunging my arm into a cooler filled with melting ice and floating soda cans.

Don't let your summer parties be reminiscent of that particular cold and soggy experience of my youth — try this trick instead!

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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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