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This Week in History at Casual Kitchen:
A Reader Asks for Help (June 2010)
This wasn't the first time I recognized the insightfulness of CK's audience, but it was possibly the most powerful example of how as a group we can be enormously effective at helping others. In this post, we banded together to help a distraught reader who, quite frankly, was burdened by several limiting beliefs about her food options.
Six Tips to Fight the Diderot Effect in Your Kitchen and Home (June 2009)
This post, Part 2 of my Diderot Effect series, could easily save you tens of thousands of dollars in unwanted and unexpected upgrade costs.
The Hummus Blogroll: 17 Easy to Make Hummus Recipes (June 2009)
Well, the title pretty much says it all. This is a hugely popular post that gets a ton of search traffic to this day.
Cooking Like the Stars? Don't Waste Your Money (June 2008)
One of my early attempts at helping consumers recognize that most of the celebrity chef branded cookware out there is a total waste of money. Don't buy it.
Fattoush (June 2007)
A delicious, peasant-style salad from the Middle East that you can make in minutes.
Pasta Puttanesca (June 2007)
A ridiculously easy and authentic sauce you can make in under 25 minutes and for just over $1 a serving. One of CK's all-time most popular recipes.
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