Pie baker (and kind human) extraordinaire Kate McDermott shares with us her most trusted tools when it comes to making and baking pie.
We asked one of our favorite obsessive home bakers, Cenk Sönmezsoy of the blog Cafe Fernando, for his favorite kitchen things. Behold, 5 of his must-haves. (Each under $50!)
A few things—some practical, some whimsical—to keep your ice cream cold, your kids content, and your vibe chill as you make it hrough the rest of this summer’s sweltering intensity.
It’s the birthday of our founder, David Leite! In his honor, we’re sharing his fave things from his family’s motherland, Portugal. As with David, there’s both common sense and whimsy.
Our recipe testers share the tools and gadgets they simply can’t imagine not having in their home kitchens. You may be surprised.
We’re assuming we’re not the only one spending a lot more time at home than in summers past. Let us help you annex—and functionally furnish—the patio as your second dining room.
Indulging your seafood craving isn’t quite as easy as just plopping something in a pot and calling it done. These cooking and serving tools help keep things simple as well as stylish.
Tools and equipment to amp up your grilling game, whether you’re at home or camping, needing a quick weeknight fix or indulging in a full-blown backyard ‘cue.
These kitchen tools and serving pieces draw on an array of Southern traditions, including both practical and beautiful, each of them with an attention to function.
The look and feel of retro. Yet all the form and function of contemporary. That’s what we think of these fetching vintage-minded kitchen items inspired by the recent edition of Joy of Cooking.