Monthly Archives: August 2015

Week 4 Winner of the Summer Tomato Contest with Staub — Week 4: August 25 – August 31

By Ariel Knutson

Fresh tomato pizza

Today is the last day of August, which means it’s the last day of our Instagram contest with Staub. So sad! In case you missed it, each week in August we gave away a gorgeous Dutch oven shaped like a tomato. Here’s a look at the final winner of the contest and why we’re crazy about this photo.

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Source:: The Kitchn – Apartment Therapy

Can You Really Revive an Overripe Banana with a Hair Dryer? — Putting Tips to the Test in the Kitchen

By Kelli Dunn

A while back a video circulated around the Internet showing a guy using a blow dryer to turn a brown, overripe banana back to a good-looking yellow banana. I had to watch it a few times because I couldn’t actually believe what I was seeing.

So I had to try this crazy trick for myself. Do you believe that a hair dryer can really revive an overripe banana?

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Source:: The Kitchn – Apartment Therapy

9 Blogs for Coffee Lovers — Smart Coffee for Regular Joes

By Anna Brones

Is your daily dose of coffee just not enough for you? Are you looking for something a little extra? Perhaps some coffee education? Or the latest gossip in the coffee industry? Then a coffee blog just might be for you.

If you’re a coffee lover, coffee geek, coffee nerd, or just someone looking for more information about coffee, here are my favorite online coffee resources.

Brew a fresh batch and start reading.

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Source:: The Kitchn – Apartment Therapy

The Mistake New Grillers Always Make — Tips from The Kitchn

By Christine Gallary

Grilling used to be a very mysterious way of cooking to me, but over the past few years, I’ve slowly become more confident at the grill. I’ve even taken on larger projects, like using it as a rotisserie and deep-frying on it.

I also live in a building with a communal grill, and while it’s been fun to meet my neighbors and share grilling recipes, there’s one mistake I’ve observed many first-time or very-occasional grillers make.

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Source:: The Kitchn – Apartment Therapy