"Cooking" Blogs & Blog Posts

Feathering My NestFeathering My Nest

I'm a wife and mother four children. I love to cook, garden, shop, dec...

 
Pots and PlotsPots and Plots

Kitchen witchery for the everyday cook from the kitchen of a Mississippi wr...

 
Food SensationsFood Sensations

I'm no chef and certainly not a professional cook, but I bake and cook...

 
Fire FoodFire Food

Techniques and recipes for cooking with fire

 
Christie's CornerChristie's Corner

Real food. Real life. It ain't always pretty... I'm a food wri...

 
Oh No I've Run Out Of...Oh No I've Run Out Of...

Recipes from a woman on a tight schedule

 
The Dinner FilesThe Dinner Files

Recipe-driven observations from the sublime to the ridiculous

 


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If you're trying to get away from chemicals and artificial food colors, you can make dyes at home using fruits and vegetables you can pick up at the grocery store or farmer's market.Read more...

Crispy or fried tofu has some of the best contrasting textures of any food out there. The crispy outside gives way to the soft, succulent tofu inside. Instead of deep frying or stir frying it, you can crisp it up nicely with a waffle iron.Read more..

Whenever you make cookies, you should chill cookie dough before you bake them. If you roll the dough before you put it in the fridge, you'll save time and get better results.Read more...

We all know that dishwashers clean dishes, but they can clean much more. The folks at Parts Select have a big graphic that lists what other things you can put in the dishwasher.Read more...

Miguel writes, "I tried to replicate an ancient Egyptian bread, starting with the right kind of wheat, the grinding and the baking... I also made a modernized version inspired by Egypt." Read the rest...

Boetech makes custom, 3D printed cookie cutters: brains, hearts, and skulls (plus plenty of non-antomical designs, of course). Read the rest...

Homemade muffins and cupcakes are usually a far cry from professionally baked ones, coming out flatter and more compact. If you really care about that domed, picture-perfect top, though, Food52 offers a few tricks.Read more...