Category: Kitchen

South Bronx Restaurant Turns Into Soup Kitchen to Help Poor | New York News

By CLAUDIA TORRENS, Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) — The special dish at La Morada, a small Mexican restaurant in the Bronx, varies from day to day: Perhaps it’s enfrijoladas, handmade tortillas covered with black bean sauce and pico de gallo. Or beef with a side salad.

One thing doesn’t change: It’s free.

The family-run restaurant, which opened in 2009 and has won Michelin acclaim for its Oaxacan food, has also served as a soup kitchen during the pandemic. In addition to serving paying customers, it makes about 650 meals a day for the unemployed, New Yorkers who live without

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The 9 Kitchen Trends We Can’t Wait to See More of In 2020

photo by the ingalls | design by and and and studio | via dwell

It’s a new decade and with this extra fresh start, we wanted to kick off 2020 with what has proven to be THE crowd favorite. You all really like kitchens and good thing because we do too.  There is a certain fantasy that the kitchen holds that makes us want to double-tap, but at the same time they are hard and stressful to design so you want to have one that looks unique and creative, but not dated. It’s where we gather to cook, eat, laugh,

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Trends to Keep an Eye on in 2020

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A bullish market for 2020 suggests continued growth in the kitchen and bath market, with an emphasis on smart technology, greater use of color and more anti-microbial and dirt-resistant finishes.

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Jamie Gold | December 2, 2019

It’s that time of year again…Holiday decorations are showing up everywhere, holiday music is in the air and everyone is looking forward to some well-deserved time off in a few weeks. That means it’s also time for an annual kitchen

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Why you should clean the kitchen counter after preparing food

Why you should clean the kitchen counter after preparing food
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Food and humans can carry and spread dangerous microbes, and cleaning can protect you from getting sick. But it also takes time, uses chemicals and water and some people are concerned that excessive cleaning can remove the natural bacterial flora we would rather have around us to stay healthy.

Therefore, scientists have led investigations focusing on when people from several European countries clean their kitchen counter surfaces, and if surfaces that appear to be visibly clean actually could protect you against infection from pathogenic bacteria.

“We have noticed that most consumers clean their kitchen counters and chopping boards

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The Care and Cleaning of Cookware

Based on my reader mail, my cookware columns are stirring up controversy in the kitchen. Here I thought last year’s mattress series crossed the threshold, but how folks feel about their slumber surfaces pales next to the practically umbilical attachment they have to their pans.

Home chefs have come out swinging skillets, defending them to their copper cores. I now know that if some of you had to choose between your eight-inch Teflon omelet pan and your mate, well, you don’t have to, thank goodness. And while I do not want to come between you and that 20-piece set of

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