Posts Tagged ‘test kitchen’

Dansko’s in the Test Kitchen

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You may think that the Living test kitchen’s favorite cooking tool is a stand mixer, a wooden spoon, or a silpat. But really, it’s our Dansko shoes. We particularly love the XP Pros; we are able to stand comfortably for hours on end due to their cushy yet unparalleled stability. Each of us has our own [...]

Kitchen Lesson: Vacation at Home

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It seems that everyone in the MSLO office has been on vacation this month. Since I’m bound to New York City for the summer, I decided to get my dose of vacation from within my own (tiny) kitchen. For inspiration, I turned to Caitlin Haught in our food department, who shared one of her go-to [...]

Kitchen Lesson: Pizza on a Budget

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Spending the summer interning for Martha Stewart Living meant trading my fully stocked kitchen in Philadelphia for the austerity of NYU dorm life. I love to cook and entertain, but the limitations of my New York City kitchen—which boasts little more than one pot, two pans, and a wooden spoon—present a challenge. After subsisting on [...]

Ramp Week: Pork Chops With Roasted Ramps and Polenta

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It’s Ramp Week here on the Living blog. Gather up every last ramp you can get your hands on before they disappear for the year and check in with the blog—we’ll be posting new recipes every day. If I only had a grill….  Ramps love a good smoky char, and there are few things in [...]

Wisdom Wednesdays

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For more than 20 years, the test kitchen has been the birthplace of the recipes found throughout the pages of Martha Stewart Living, and along the way, the food department has amassed a wealth of easy recipes and time-saving techniques. To say the least, our food experts know a good idea when they see one. Working [...]