After Misfits Market changed their business model from random produce to choose your own produce, the fun of getting a mystery box was lost, and we stopped ordering. Some friends introduced us to Pete’s Green’s Good Eats CSA which is a happy medium between not knowing what you’re going to get until you get itContinue reading “Pete’s Greens Good Eats CSA”
You may know King Arthur Baking Company for their flour, baking mixes, or recipes – but did you know they also offer baking classes? Pre-pandemic, they offered in-person baking classes at their Norwich, VT and Skagit Valley, WA locations. When the pandemic hit, they pivoted to offer virtual classes. Now they offer a mixture ofContinue reading “King Arthur Baking School Classes”
First published in 1998, Cook’s Illustrated magazine is a refreshing change from your typical magazine. They do not publish any ads and their content is more than just recipes and product recommendations. They delve into the science behind why a recipe works and really discuss why each step in the recipe is important. Each issueContinue reading “Cook’s Illustrated Magazines”
There are some kitchen products out there that seem like a great idea until you try it out. Those products are not on this list. We compiled only the most useful, thoughtful, game-changing products that we think deserve more love! What do you think of these products? Do you agree with us? Are there otherContinue reading “Ingenious Kitchen Products”
Maybe you’re like us – sushi lovers who don’t always want to grab sushi from a restaurant, but who are intimidated to try making sushi at home for fear that it won’t turn out as good as the restaurant. Sound familiar? We once were in that same (sushi) boat but have since realized how simpleContinue reading “Sushi at Home”
During the contest or after, be sure to give some of these recipes a try (you won’t be sorry), and when you do, make sure to tag King Arthur, #ExtraordinaryBread, and #economicaleats so we can all admire your creations!