myBrett's iPhone cutting board is as powerful as the Apple tree MacBook - complete with food apps...
Hawaiian poke. Sure it's raw fish (and I consider that a plus). But it's also a cultural gem from one of the most beautiful places on earth.
Lemon Kale Salad + Seared Salmon ~ The gentle bitterness of the kale contrasts with the sweet salmon in this light healthy combination from Sprouted Kitchen.
Blueberry Pancakes ~ Simple and stunning, Cook Your Dream has the perfect birthday breakfast.
A beautiful art/cookbook + dinnerplate from The Netherlands. Published by Waanders. Recipes by Janneke Vreugdenhil, photos by Mayke Swemle and a design made by Atelier van Wageningen.
The Pioneer Woman's secret technique for toasted french bread is butter... lots and lots of butter.
Homemade Granola - Mark Bittman and the New York Times steer clear of questionable additives and sweeteners, and show how easy it is to make the bars at home.
Asparagus with a fried kalamata olive salsa - Souvlaki for the Soul blanches fresh asparagus and tops it with a lightly fried spicy olive dressing.
Plum Parfaits ~ Nourish Network has a fantastic presentation with this dessert... they've also managed to make it healthy!
Fig Galette ~ A beautiful and very simple tart from Simply Recipes.
Butter lettuce leaves filled with spicy, stir-fried chicken and crunchy water chestnuts.
Orange Creamsicle Ice Cream spiked with a Blue Moon reduction. The perfect ending to a crappy day.
CIA Side Towels ~ Not from the spy agency, but equally cool... Sippity Sup offers a way to get these classic side towels from the Culinary Institute of America at home.
Sautéed Radish with Mint ~ Food52 coaxes out the natural sweetness from radishes with this simple preparation.
Sour Cherry & Apple Clafoutis - fragrant & delicious.
Oil Infuser - Make your own custom flavored olive oils!
Grandma teaches us how to make Apple Strudel...
Bon Appetit builds a gorgeous bar
Spaghetti Squash - So light and delicious! Love and Olive Oil seamlessly swaps out squash for pasta.
Chivito Sandwich - The national dish of Uruguay! The Kitchn shares this classic South American steak sandwich.
Meat Tenderizer ~ Serious Eat's gadget guru Nikki Goldstein takes this meat tenderizer are her own preconceptions to task.
Mounted gelatin animal heads: one boar, one bull. Both taste like the animals they represent, beef consomme with horseradish and pork consomme infused with ginger. Cooked by David Gould, designed by Ben Light
Bompas & Parr have celebrated London Fashion week by collaborating with fashion designer Adam Entwisle on a range of meat jewelery
Black Garlic Noodles with Cucumber Shiso Salad ~ Oui Chef Cook finds something to do with the exotic black garlic and makes a rich gingery garlicy sauce.
The Curious Cook, Harold McGee, explores the long history of cooking with alkalies, i.e. baking soda.
Chilli, Mushroom & Chorizo Pasta ~ Sweetest Kitchen offers this delicious looking spicy pasta dish.
What is a tian? Well, I’m not referring to the Chinese word for sky, but the Provençal gratinée of thinly sliced vegetables. It is one of our favorite early fall recipes.
Sour, salty, with a hint of sweet and bitter, Shrimp Sinigang is one of the Philippine’s most loved dishes
The second Rizzoli edition of Aleksandra Mir's hilarious The How Not To Cookbook leads the way to 9 other titles in The How Not To Book series. And YOU can contribute to this ongoing art project.
Baked Chocolate Doughnuts ~ Delicious homemade doughnuts without the fryer... Lara Ferroni shares this recipe from her newly released cook book.
Georgia BLT. A classic BLT sandwich with a southern twist - fried green tomatoes!
The Herb Lubalin Study Center of Design and Typography at The Cooper Union presents a beautiful new exhibition focusing on the relationship between food and design, titled "Appetite."
Pink Squirrel, Grasshopper and Lemon Chiffon Martini jellies from the Jelly Shot Test Kitchen!
Cupcake Corer - This little device is a little ridiculous, but looks fun.... it bores holes in cupcakes so you can fill them with cream!
Top 5 recipes that are worth your time... The Kitchn has some suggestions as to what things you should roll up your sleeves for and tackle yourself.
Simple and chic blackberry ricotta tart
Sables - Sweet french butter cookies flavored with a little almond extract.... Fresh New England likes to pair them with blackberry soda.
Whip egg whites at turbo speed with this crazy looking high speed whisk attachment for the KitchenAid.
Scrambled Tofu with Tomato & Peppers - A good introduction into tofu... Stone Soup likes to match the soy with big strong flavors like smokey paprika.
Ginger and Cardamom Panna Cotta with Orange Gelee ~ This is NOT a fried egg, sunny side up. It is in fact a sweet sweet dessert.
Besos - Tasty Mexican sweet breads that get sandwiched w/your choice of marmalade, jams or preserves.
LATimes - "Swizzle sticks make a new stirThere's more history to these cocktail-stirring devices than Don Draper could imagine. They're collectibles as well as connections to the past."
Marinated Cauliflower Salad - A Couple Cooks soaks cauliflower in lemon juice, mustard, and garlic, for an easy healthy side dish.
Cooking With Dexter ~ In the continued series in which Pete Wells teaches his young son to cook, he shares a reflection on mise en place and its place in the home.
The best garlic as judged by Michael Ruhlman and his fellow judges at the North Union Farmer's Market Garlic Festival.
An extensive chart of beautiful photos of pasta, and the sauces that pair with them.