From classic and not-so-classic gazpachos to corn chowder and Korean noodle soup, we’ve rounded up 16 of our favorite chilled-soup recipes, perfect for the hottest days of summer. Read More
There’s a lot you didn’t know about lettuce, but Kitchn is here to help.
The Food52 Hotline has been around for over nine years, so it’s no surprise that some of the most common cooking questions have come up again and again. How to substitute cornstarch is one of them (see, for instance, this thread from 2012 or this one from 2015 ). Today, we’ll be tackling this topic once and for all!
Summer corn is here and it’s sweet, juicy, and waiting to be made into salads, soups, and salsa. Here’s what you need to know to buy it, store it, and cook it.
Can you substitute whole-wheat flour for all-purpose? As whole-grain baking becomes more popular, so does this question. The answer often goes something like: Well, yes, and no. “You can take your recipes and start substituting whole-wheat flour for a portion of the white flour,” the team at King Arthur Flour writes in Whole Grain Baking.
How to shop for and cook with harissa, the spicy, peppery, fruity, and bright condiment that we add to scrambled eggs, mix into yogurt, and slather on chicken.