Monthly Archives: December 2016

How To Make Baked Brie in Puff Pastry — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

By Emma Christensen

(Image credit: Emma Christensen)

Baked brie in puff pastry takes “rich and luxurious” to a whole new level — I can think of few things better. Add a few friends and some good tunes playing in the background, and you’ve got yourself a bonafide party situation. Here is everything you need to know.


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12 Travel Stories That Inspired Us in 2016 — Travel

By Dana Velden

If you haven’t yet noticed, we’re big travel-lovers here at Kitchn. And when you think about it, it makes sense because tasting and experiencing new and delicious foods is one of the main reasons why people want to travel in the first place.

We’re so into traveling that we even launched a brand-new travel section this month. We’re really looking forward to sharing our adventures with you in 2017 — but until then, this is what inspired us most in 2016.

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Recipe: Grapefruit Mimosas for a Crowd — Recipes from The Kitchn

By Faith Durand

A lucky New Year’s Day brunch calls for something simple and bubbly to begin the year on a festive note, and I have just the thing. It’s hardly groundbreaking — we all know and love the classic brunch mimosa — but grapefruit puts such a refreshing edge on this old favorite. And with just two ingredients, it can’t be beat for simplicity.


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The Most Popular SAVEUR Stories of 2016

By SAVEUR Editors


Thank you for your clicks

Matt Taylor-Gross

Our year’s content engine is slowing down, and as we shovel in the last few piles of coal, it’s time to frantically schedule posts for early January get a little introspective. You’ve already heard about our favorite stories from SAVEUR and elsewhere. Now we’re sharing your favorites: the articles you clicked on most this year.

Take it away, err, you.

The Restaurant Essential That Beats All Your Tupperware
Do you even Cambro?

The Real Reason Chinatown Produce is Crazy Cheap
It’s not about foreign imports or discounts for low quality vegetables, but rather a special network of suppliers selling especially fresh food.

An Award-Winning Cheesemonger Shows How to Make a Next-Level Cheese Plate
Instagram star Lilith Spencer explains how she builds her gorgeous cheese platters.

New York’s Best Cookie Comes From a Hidden Tea Shop With an Amazing Secret Menu
How a Portuguese chef adapted a Taiwanese snack into a dessert with a truly global pedigree.

The Ikea Products Even Chefs Can’t Help But Love
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11 Games to Play on New Year’s Day — Party Tips from The Kitchn

By Anne Wolfe Postic

New Year’s Day is good for a few things: recovering from staying up too late the night before, eating your hoppin’ john and greens, and hanging around the house with friends and family, starting the new year with the people who love you most.

But you can only sit around sharing resolutions for so long. What’s next? Game time! Here are a few suggestions to get you started.


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Recipe: Sparkling Midnight Thyme Rosé — South Indian New Year’s Eve

By Hali Bey Ramdene

(Image credit: Leela Cyd)

This holiday, ring in the new year with something a little different than your standard glass of Champagne. This rosé cocktail perfumed with rose and thyme comes to us from cookbook author Asha Gomez. She starts with your favorite rosé and then swirls in a fragrant thyme simple syrup and a dash of rosewater for a warm and aromatic take on this year’s most beloved wine.


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Source:: The Kitchn – Apartment Therapy