Quick Pickled Red Onions (Paleo, Whole30, Vegan)

These quick pickled red onions add a tangy crunch to all of your favorite dishes, from burgers to salads! Sweetened only with apple juice, these pickled onions are Whole30-friendly, paleo, and vegan! One of the easiest ways to jazz up a boring dish is to top them with zingy, crunchy pickled onions.

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Made In Recycle Program

Made In Cookware

Made In Cookware has announced a partnership with Habitat for Humanity as a part of their ongoing Made In Recycling Program!  At checkout, indicate you want to recycle your old cookware and they will provide a return shipping label in your Made In order to send your old cookware, from any brand, for collection and donation to a Habitat for Humanity ReStore location.

If you have been thinking about upgrading your cookware to something very well made and reasonably priced, now’s your chance to do something good at the same time.

Dining in America is Changing

Thousands of restaurants have not survived various Coronavirus shutdowns and fewer people are eating out. Many chefs are offering private chef experiences during this confusing time. Just because your favorite restaurant may be closed does not mean you still cannot enjoy that culinary experience. Having a chef come to your home to prepare a special dinner with family or friends often costs little more than taking the group to a better restaurant.

One of the best chefs in Virginia is David Dunlap. A Richmond based chef with an impressive resume. He has held positions as Executive Sous Chef at the Inn at Little Washington, Executive Chef at the Ashby Inn, and Executive Chef at Quirk Hotels in Richmond and Charlottesville. Two years ago we stopped in and saw David at Maple & Pine the restaurant at the Richmond Quirk Hotel. His dishes are amazing and unique. You can see them in this blog post I did.

If you are looking for a way to make an evening and dinner special, consider contacting Chef David, you won’t be disappointed.

Chef David Dunlap

Everything You Need to Know About Cast Iron Skillets — All in One Place

We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. It’s no secret how much we love a cast iron skillet here at Kitchn. You can get a good one (read: the best one !) for a very little amount of money, pass it on for generations, use it as a nonstick pan — the list goes on!

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Instant Pot Healthy Baked Beans

These Instant Pot Baked Beans are just magic. Growing up in the South, I’ve eaten my fair share of baked beans. Sweet, smokey, and sometimes spicy — I just love them. If you’ve never had baked beans before, they are beans cooked in the oven with molasses and sugar (amongst a few other ingredients) and served at just about every potluck dinner, summer bbq, and big party!

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How To Make Balsamic Reduction

Learn how to make a balsamic reduction with this insanely easy step-by-step photo tutorial! There are so many creative ways you can use a balsamic vinegar reduction, and I’m covering my favorites. I love experimenting with homemade salad dressing recipes (and salad recipes in general), Homemade buttermilk ranch dressing, honey mustard dressing, and cilantro lime dressing …

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