A Chef's Guide to Grocery Shopping

Most chefs navigate grocery stores differently than home cooks. Instead of feeding a family, we’re often feeding a horde. Read more
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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Pork

Pork is one of the most common, and most varied, type of meat on the market. And it’s changed significantly over the years - the pork we eat today isn’t the same as thirty or forty years ago. Bred to be leaner, pork cuts are now lower in calories (by about 30 percent!), saturated fat, and cholesterol than those sold in the seventies. Read more
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Anatomy of a Great Beer and What to Pair with It

Here at The Kitchen, we love beer. A lot. But we’re not the only ones. Typically made from malted barley, hops, yeast and water, beer has earned its place as the most-loved beverage in the world… second only to coffee. And maybe water. Read more
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Three Ingredients You Should be Cooking With (and how to make them taste amazing)

It's all about starting with the right ingredients. Here are three things you might never have heard of but should definitely be using. Read more
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