Brighten up a gray day (at least that’s how it is here in Alabama) with the first garden update of 2013 from Farmer Mary Beth. -Phillip In our Cooking Light garden this January day, it’s a balmy, drippy 68 degrees. What? Yes. You read that correctly. And just a few days ago it was 28 degrees. Both the plants and […]
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Have you reorganized your kitchen drawer yet? In our January/February issue, we broke down the art of bringing zen to your kitchen drawers–from tossing the superspecialized tools or the six utensils you use to open a bottle of wine (the classic is still the best). We’ve also identified the most underused objects in your arsenal of tools (we’re looking at you, apple […]
Another update from our Farmer Mary Beth about our garden and why we should all be thankful for food. As we all crowd into kitchens and around dining tables, prepping, chopping, baking, cooking, and devouring the nap-inducing Thanksgiving buffet, there is no better time to share a garden update giving thanks for our food. We are thankful to you all […]
Love, love, love Le Creuset’s new Revolution line of utensils. (Stainless steel and silicone.) See those three rings around the handle? They’re perfectly positioned to keep your ladle propped against the side of the Dutch oven—handy if yours sees as much action as mine does on these cool fall weekends.
Cooking Light‘s summer garden has grown its last pepper, and our farmers, Mary Beth and David, are busy planting and awaiting our fall crop of leafy greens, Brussels sprouts, and more. You’ll see the tasty results of their green thumbs throughout 2013 issues of the magazine. Here, an update from Mary Beth on the progress of our garden: We have […]
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