A Guide to Freezing Leftover Brisket — Tips from The Kitchn

If I could implore you to do one thing whenever you cook brisket, it would be this: Make extra brisket and freeze it. Beef brisket is better the day after it is cooked, but it can be momentarily life-changing when you remember you have some ready and waiting in the freezer. This simple tip for freezing those leftovers will ensure that you can take the leftovers and turn them into breakfast, lunch, or dinner anytime.


Recipe: Slow Cooker Brisket and Onions — Slow Cooker Recipes from The Kitchn

If you ask me about comfort food, I will answer promptly: slow-cooked brisket. This old-fashioned pot roast, cooked quietly in the slow cooker all day with just a handful of ingredients and a mess of caramelized onions, makes a rich broth and meat that melts in your mouth. Sunday dinner, weeknight supper — whenever you eat it, this is a classic dish both convenient and comforting.


A Guide to Making the Five Most Iconic Pizzas of All Time — Tips from The Kitchn

Trendy pizza toppings come and go, but few topping combinations are so everlasting that they become iconic pizzas in their own right. These are the pizzas you see at every pizza joint and on every delivery menu, and the pizzas we believe every home cook should be able to replicate at home. These are the five most iconic pizzas of all time!


Here’s What One Serving of Different Shapes of Uncooked Pasta Looks Like — Tips from The Kitchn

My husband and I are pasta people — it’s on our meal plan each and every week not just because it’s an easy dinner, but also because we constantly crave it. As a dietitian, I’ve learned that I can make pasta a healthy, frequent meal if I watch the portion size.

If you’ve been lucky enough to visit Italy, you may have noticed that a serving of pasta is a bit smaller there, yet it still is incredibly satisfying, especially if it’s loaded with plenty of veggies.

So what does a serving of pasta look like exactly? Here are the serving sizes of some of your favorite pasta shapes.


5 Tips for Stretching Out Pizza Dough Like a Pro — Tips from The Kitchn

Some people — yours truly included! — are always claiming that pizza is super easy to make at home. And in many ways it is. Pizza dough is simple to make, and once it’s stretched out you just have to top it and bake it in a hot oven.

But even I consider stretching the dough a pain point. This winter I challenged myself to make better pizza at home and learned that just five small things can make stretching pizza dough a whole lot easier, and now I’m passing these tips on to you.


How To Make Easy Gluten-Free Cinnamon Rolls from Scratch — Recipes from The Kitchn

Mornings are made for cinnamon rolls. Yeasty, tender dough swirled with a fragrant cinnamon filling and smeared with sweet icing — what’s not to like? I love smelling the yeast as it perks up in a warm bath of milk and sugar; feeling the dough come together between my hands; sprinkling sweetened cinnamon over the top, always knowing that I’ll add a little more than what is necessary; and rolling the soft dough and watching that elegant swirl form.

With a few swipes of a knife, generously-sized rolls are ready for the oven. Run to the kitchen, friends, because these easy-to-make gluten-free cinnamon buns deliver on every desire, craving, and expectation you’ve ever had for a truly delicious homemade cinnamon roll.


The Internet Isn’t Sure How to Feel About This $250 Egg Spoon — Food Media

I am an unrepentant cheapskate, someone who is familiar with every Dollar Menu within a 10-mile radius and also someone whose friends have asked her to please stop using each Keurig K-Cup more than once. I recently ordered the sous-vide egg bites at Starbucks, and when my four-bite breakfast came out to five bucks with tax, I decided that I’d stick to scrambling more affordable eggs in my own kitchen.

So I’m not exactly the target market for a $250 egg spoon, is what I’m saying.


The Under $20 Buy That Will Organize Your Baking Sheets Once and for All — Amazon Deal of the Day

Unless you have unlimited storage space, chances are many of your kitchen essentials are stored in a cabinet that, like the universe, leans towards entropy. There are plenty of companies and products dedicated to controlling that chaos, with varying levels of success.

The problem with many organizers, however, is that they don’t live up to the irregular nature of many of our personal collections. Baking sheets graduate in size, and once you start adding cutting boards and serving trays to the mix, many setups end up in a tumbling mess. That’s where YouCopia’s adjustable bakeware rack comes in.


5 Easy 3-Ingredient Pizza Sauces — Recipes from The Kitchn

You can make some pretty awesome pizza sauces from things you likely already have in your pantry. It doesn’t even have to be tomato-based (but I will argue a pizza party without a red-sauce pizza really isn’t a party at all). I love riffing though, whether that means making a creamy Alfredo-inspired sauce or an herby pesto.

Lean on any of these five (three-ingredient) sauces the next time it’s homemade pizza night and you’ll forget all about that jarred stuff.