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In the Kitchen With Food Writer and Cookbook Author Kristine Kidd

Laura Klein | Posted 11.15.2011 | Food
Laura Klein

"The first or top recommendation I have is visit a local farmers market. It's a joyful experience to buy direct from farmers and it's a sensual experience. You can experience and smell aromas, colors and flavors, and the food is so fresh it doesn't need much help."

Cooking Every Dish From George R.R. Martin's Books

Adam Bruski | Posted 11.08.2011 | Books
Adam Bruski

Two months ago, I leaned over the deli case and asked, "Pete, any chance you can get me a swan? Unplucked if possible." All part of my project to cook every dish mentioned in the Song of Ice and Fire series of books written by George R. R. Martin.

WATCH: Epic Meal Time Parody

Posted 11.05.2011 | Comedy

Ryan Higa, YouTube's most popular user with more than 4 million subscribers, answered a fan request and made a parody of popular webseries Epic Meal T...

Hotel Gourmet -- How to Cook While Traveling to Save Time, Money & Your Health

Carolyn Scott | Posted 11.02.2011 | Travel
Carolyn Scott

Fret no more. Here are a few of my favorite tips and tricks on how you can travel, despite any dietary restrictions, by whipping up easy meals in your hotel room to save your figure and your cash!

Pardon My French: Our Heroine Goes On A Budget

Katie Beck | Posted 10.31.2011 | Travel
Katie Beck

As an American, it's a novelty to go to the bakery for bread and the cheese shop for cheese, and not just for a special fancy item, but for everyday shopping.

Essence Of August: Caprese Tomato Salad

Meathead | Posted 10.31.2011 | Food
Meathead

Caprese salad is the world's best use of tomatoes and possibly the world's best salad. This classic summer dish from the Island of Capri off the west coast of Italy is the essence of August on a plate.

Should Every Restaurant Have A Farm?

Liza de Guia | Posted 11.06.2011 | Food
Liza de Guia

"Last year we had way more produce than we could use, so this year, we tried to scale back a little bit to hit the sweet spot a little more closely." ...

How to Dry (and Fry) Cayenne Peppers

Maria Rodale | Posted 10.31.2011 | Food
Maria Rodale

Every year I plant one or two cayenne pepper plants and then, one August day, go out and find them exploding with hot, red, dangerously delightful-loo...

Hurricane Pesto Salad -- No Electricity Required

Jamaliya Cobine | Posted 10.27.2011 | Food
Jamaliya Cobine

Hurricane Irene is coming, and many of us on the east coast may find ourselves without power and tired of eating crackers, chips and other no-cook items. With a couple fresh ingredients you can create a great fresh pesto salad, electricity be damned.

Getting Buzzed: Cooking with Pot

Saveur | Posted 10.26.2011 | Food
Saveur

By Jen Polachek Do you remember (perhaps it was a blur) those Alice B. Toklas brownies that were passed to you at a party in college? The recipe--for ...

Infographic: A Food Safety Primer

Paula Crossfield | Posted 10.25.2011 | Food
Paula Crossfield

While the debt deal struck earlier this month puts funding for the Food Safety Modernization Act, which passed in 2010 and will help the FDA improve the safety of our food, at risk, there is information that can empower consumers now.

Guide to Chiles

The Daily Meal | Posted 10.24.2011 | Food
The Daily Meal

Chiles are a great addition to any dish because they add spice, depth of flavor, and many health benefits. While jalapeños and cayenne are the more...

Pickled Okra From my C.S.A. Share

Jamaliya Cobine | Posted 10.24.2011 | Food
Jamaliya Cobine

2011-08-24-Screenshot20110823at9.22.54PM.jpg My C.S.A. share blessed me with a vegetable both loved and loathed by many: okra.

How To: Teach Your Roommate to Cook

Small Kitchen College | Posted 10.24.2011 | College
Small Kitchen College

In my four undergraduate years of college, I have had eleven different and wonderful roommates, I have frequented three dining hall cafeterias, and I have cooked in two different small college kitchens.

"Absolutely, Positively No Ketchup On Hot Dogs. Never."

Meathead | Posted 10.19.2011 | Food
Meathead

Chicagoans, renowned for our worship of the all beef frankfurter, understand that ketchup is popular with children because they like sweet stuff. But if you are over 18, never, ever allow ketchup anywhere near a proper hot dog in Chicago.

Kelvin's Slush: "Kicking Slurpee's Ass Since 2009"

Liza de Guia | Posted 10.18.2011 | Food
Liza de Guia

"Ultimately, I hope our customers have a great experience. I hope it cools them down. I hope it reminds them of their youth. And, most of all, I hope ...

10 Reasons You Need A Tablet

Posted 08.19.2011 | Entertainment

With Verizon Wireless expanding its 4G LTE network across the country, tablet manufacturers worldwide are working tirelessly to create unique, innovat...

5 Essential Kitchen Tips

Food52 | Posted 10.11.2011 | Food
Food52

You get Foodpickle, brought to you by Food52. On Foodpickle, ask any food or cooking question, and you'll get rapid, excellent answers from a vast co...

PHOTOS: Fish Options You Might Not Know About

The Daily Meal | Posted 10.09.2011 | Food
The Daily Meal

Deciding what to make for dinner can become either a stressful or repetitive process depending on what you want to do: feel like experimenting with so...

How To Stop Worrying About Food Contamination

Meathead | Posted 10.05.2011 | Food
Meathead

Think your chances of getting sick are slim? Ever had the "24-hour flu"? Well there's no such thing. Urban legend. What you probably had was food-borne illness.

7 Food Related Dating Dilemmas, Solved

Food Republic | Posted 10.03.2011 | Food
Food Republic

We've taken 7 of the most common his 'n hers conundrums and solved them in style.

Savoring Umbria's Earthy Tastes

Kathy McCabe | Posted 09.30.2011 | Travel
Kathy McCabe

Peasant recipes focus on simple, fresh ingredients. Key staples in Umbrian cuisine are olive oil, truffles, pasta and meat from lamb, pigeon and pigs.

A Look Inside The Wienermobile

Meathead | Posted 09.26.2011 | Food
Meathead

On July 18, 1936, the 13 foot hot dog started cruising the streets of Chicago and the Midwest. It is considered one of the most successful marketing gimmicks in history.

Hank Shaw On What He'd Cook For Obama And More

Stephanie J. Stiavetti | Posted 09.25.2011 | Food
Stephanie J. Stiavetti

In Hank Shaw, you'll find a passionate artist and craftsman who pours himself into every dish he creates.

How To Eat And Drink Like The Cast Of 'Jersey Shore'

Food & Wine | Posted 09.24.2011 | Food
Food & Wine

Love it or hate it (8 million people seem to love it), MTV's Jersey Shore returns for a fourth season—set in Florence, Italy—on August 4. Be...