Kitchen Tricks

Illustrated Kitchen Hacks: How To Strain Stock Without A Chinois

In the kitchen, creativity goes a long way
Mar 17, 2014 2:00 pm

Welcome to Illustrated Kitchen Hacks. For a crystal-clear final product, here's how to strain stock without a chinois, presented in this easy-to-use visual format. Now you have absolutely no reason, including a short attention span, not to filter perfectly clarified stock to make the best risotto ever.

Illustrated Kitchen Hacks: Zero-Effort Kimchi Pickled Eggs

In the kitchen, creativity goes a long way
Feb 20, 2014 10:00 am

Welcome to Illustrated Kitchen Hacks. For the Korean food fiend, here's how to make zero-effort kimchi pickled eggs, presented in this easy-to-use visual format.  Now you have absolutely no reason, including a short attention span, not to fire up the most Instagrammable garnish for bibimbap, noodles, soup and more. 

Illustrated Kitchen Hacks: Better Baked Chicken Wings

In the kitchen, creativity goes a long way
Jan 28, 2014 1:00 pm

Welcome to Illustrated Kitchen Hacks. Just in time for the big weekend, here's how to make crispy baked chicken wings, presented in this easy-to-use visual format. Now you have absolutely no reason, including a short attention span, not to fire up a custom batch of wings for your viewing pleasure.

Illustrated Kitchen Hacks: How To Keep Cheese From Sticking To The Grater

In the kitchen, creativity goes a long way
Jan 16, 2014 11:00 am

Welcome to our new column, Illustrated Kitchen Hacks. Here's how to keep cheese from sticking to the grater. Now you have absolutely no reason, including illiteracy, not to make macaroni and cheese for dinner.

Illustrated Kitchen Hacks: How To Make Cookie Butter

In the kitchen, creativity goes a long way
Jan 8, 2014 10:00 am

Welcome to our new column, Illustrated Kitchen Hacks. We're kicking it off with one trick that we already wrote about, how to make cookie butter, now presented in this easy-to-use visual format. Now you have absolutely no reason, including illiteracy, not to make an addictive spread out of your favorite cookie. Enjoy, and check back for more in coming weeks.

5 Kitchen Hacks Especially Useful For Winter Cooking

Cookies, champagne, clementines, wings: hacked.
Dec 7, 2013 11:00 am

Stuck inside with the cold weather blues? Us too, so we're taking it out on our fridges and pantries by trying out our favorite kitchen tricks suited for winter. There's plenty of tailgating food, holiday party booze and cookies to be tweaked, repurposed, frozen, you name it, we've got a hack. Need a more time-consuming project? We can help with that, too.

Hack Of The Day: Waffled Croque Madame

Fry eggs in a waffle iron for tasty sandwiches
Dec 5, 2013 12:00 pm

That's right, you can make an egg-topped waffle, best eaten in the form of a croque madame (French-style grilled ham 'n Gruy√®re with a fried egg). Don't those crisp little checkerboard edges just scream "make me for that special someone (even if that someone is yourself)?" 

Hack Of The Day: Better Baked Chicken Wings

One extremely basic kitchen tool is all you need
Nov 14, 2013 2:30 pm

Not everyone has a deep-fryer at home, and yet everyone can make great chicken wings. How is that possible? The last time you tried to pop wings on a foil-covered baking sheet into the oven they came out soggy and gross. The skin wasn't crispy. The sauce wouldn't adhere. That's because you can't bake wings like that and expect them to be good. Here's what you have to do.

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