The Kitchn Cookbook

The Kitchn Cookbook

Recipes, Kitchens & Tips to Inspire your Cooking

eBook - 2014
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-- For 50 essential how-to's, from preparing perfect grains to holding a chef's knife like a pro 150 all-new and classic recipes from The Kitchn, including Breakfast Tacos, Everyday Granola, Slow Cooker Carnitas, One-Pot Coconut Chickpea Curry, and No-Bake Banana and Peanut Butter Caramel Icebox Cake For Your Kitchen A shopping list of essentials for your cabinets and drawers (knives, appliances, cookware, and tableware), with insider advice on what's worth your money Solutions for common kitchen problems like limited storage space and quirky layouts A 5-minute-a-day plan for a clean kitchen Tips for no-pressure gatherings A look inside the kitchens of ten home cooks around the country, and how they enjoy their spaces The Kitchn Cookbook gives you the recipes, tools, and real-life inspiration to make cooking its own irresistible reward.
Publisher: ©2014
New York [New York] : Clarkson Potter/Publishers, [2014]
Copyright Date: ©2014
ISBN: 9780770434441
0770434444
9780770434434
Characteristics: 1 online resource : color illustrations
Alternative Title: Kitchen cookbook
Summary: -- For 50 essential how-to's, from preparing perfect grains to holding a chef's knife like a pro 150 all-new and classic recipes from The Kitchn, including Breakfast Tacos, Everyday Granola, Slow Cooker Carnitas, One-Pot Coconut Chickpea Curry, and No-Bake Banana and Peanut Butter Caramel Icebox Cake For Your Kitchen A shopping list of essentials for your cabinets and drawers (knives, appliances, cookware, and tableware), with insider advice on what's worth your money Solutions for common kitchen problems like limited storage space and quirky layouts A 5-minute-a-day plan for a clean kitchen Tips for no-pressure gatherings A look inside the kitchens of ten home cooks around the country, and how they enjoy their spaces The Kitchn Cookbook gives you the recipes, tools, and real-life inspiration to make cooking its own irresistible reward.

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Sarah_CT Jul 12, 2017

Smorgasbook read The Kitchn Cookbook this month and we loved every recipe we tried. The directions were clear and concise. We loved that techniques were included in a separate section along with other helpful information. Our only complaint was that only half of the book was recipes! The first half looked at kitchen design and organization which will appeal to the cook book reader. Definitely give this book a try but don't be surprised when you want more and subscribe to the website.

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Apr 11, 2016

I love THE KITCHN as a website, but I wasn't too impressed with this book. So much was focused on making a kitchen look nice and not enough was focused on making food. The recipes included were all right, but most of it wasn't stuff I would make. I did like the banana ice cream idea, though. Overall, I was a touch disappointed.

LibraryKat_1 May 20, 2015

This is a great all around book on kitchen basics to recipes. Some of the charts that the book has in is very helpful to keep your kitchen clean and useful! There are also some great ideas to spruce up the kitchen and how to make homemade cleaning products with only a few products.

ksoles Feb 01, 2015

The kitchen: everyone's favourite room and everyone's hotbed of maddening disorganization. In their new book, popular bloggers (TheKitchn.com) Sara Kate Gillingham and Faith Durand round up hard-won design wisdom and best-loved recipes into an accessible, hard copy collection. For fans of the website, it reads like a greatest hits album and, for newbies, it provides fresh, inspirational tips on creating both user-friendly kitchen spaces and exciting, unintimidating meals.

Part One of "The Kitchn Cookbook" pursues and executes a comfortable kitchen. It covers everything from how to lay out a kitchen, emphasizing the path between the refrigerator, the sink, and the stove, to the essential tools and how to care for them. The section on improving 'challenging' kitchens contains great tips like using a large butcher block to cover the stovetop and make more room for pre-cooking prep. Throughout, Gillingham and Durand share profiles of real people cooking in their artfully designed kitchens, some of which look more attainable than others.

Part Two begins with lessons on stocking the pantry, choosing ingredients, and approaching each meal with a plan. Never preachy or out-of-reach, the authors suggest looking for ingredient connections to make your work do double duty. They also break down 50 skills they deem essential kitchen knowledge and include photo tutorials on how to break down a chicken, knead dough, caramelize onions and cut butter into flour.

Finally, the recipes. Wholesome, nourishing, weeknight-style cooking abounds featuring a simple French Omelet, Roasted Chicken Thighs and Squash over Polenta. Breakfast pizza emerges as a straightforward, customizable pie with just-set eggs baked right on top and No-Bake Banana and Peanut Butter Caramel Icebox Cake is nothing short of killer. Novice cooks could make nearly all the recipes but enough creative tweaks will keep an advanced cook interested.

Ultimately, "The Kitchn Cookbook" embraces the philosophy that the kitchen forms the heart of the home and that cooking for oneself and others equates to caring for oneself and others in the purest sense.

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