How to Freeze Individual Slices of Bacon — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

One of the very first cooking tricks I ever learned was just how much a slice or two of bacon can boost the flavor of an otherwise simple soup or braise. I was hooked from that first subtly smoky, bacon-enhanced bite. You can bet I had bacon stocked in my freezer ever after. Here's how to freeze bacon so that you can grab just a few slices when you need them. 


My Secret Breakfast: Enjoying the Calm After the Storm

My Secret Breakfast: Enjoying the Calm After the Storm

The worst thing about having children is the death of brunch. (Well, that, and no longer being able to play your vintage Cypress Hill CD when they are within earshot, which is almost always.) Saturday and Sunday — when my only obligation back in the day was brunch — now belong to soccer, basket ball, birthday parties, church, school projects, and other child-centered activities, none of which involve me sitting in peace with a bottomless cup of coffee, the entire New York Times (including the Sunday crossword), and a breakfast meant to be eaten with actual flatware.


Jeff’s Tiny Kitchen On a Budget — Kitchen Tour


Jeff Garbs lives in a small, stylish rental in Los Angeles' Highland Park, situated quietly off a main street. He enjoys the secluded space and private yard, but most of all he enjoys decorating his adorable home. And when your total home square footage is only 390 square feet, you have to work with what you've got, especially in the kitchen.

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Both new and existing homes are showing the strongest price gains since the housing crash.

Try This: Coconut Milk Soup with Wild Salmon, Winter Squash, and Kale

2013-2-26-soup.jpgMy husband made this soup for me last night, and it was amazingly delicious — incredibly flavorful and filling, with just the right amount of spiciness. I could hardly wait for a second bowl. More

Recipe: Roasted Winter Vegetables with Miso-Lime Dressing — Recipes from The Kitchn

Recipe: Roasted Winter Vegetables with Miso-Lime Dressing

You probably already know that roasting winter vegetables turns them soft, caramelized and irresistible. But what you might not know is that tossing them with a three-ingredient dressing of miso paste, lime juice and walnut oil gives them a savory, bright and beguiling flavor that will make people wonder why the roasted vegetables you make are so much better than the roasted vegetables they make.


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