Retro Sundays

Readers: once again, I'm restarting the Retro Sundays posts after a short hiatus. For new readers, this series is designed to help you unlock the very best posts from Casual Kitchen's huge archives of content. As always, please share your feedback!

This Week in History at Casual Kitchen:

How To Modify a Recipe (February 2007)
Learn how to configure and adapt any recipe to your needs, budget and tastes with part one of this three-part series. One of 2007's most-read posts!

How to Make a Versatile Vegetable Stock (February 2008)
This is not your typical, predictable soup stock recipe. Not by a long shot. Use the stock recipe from this post and your favorite soups and stews will never be the same again.

Smoky Brazilian Black Bean Soup (February 2009)
An all-time top reader favorite recipe here at CK. Hilariously easy, amazingly flavorful and laughably cheap.

Mindful Chewing: How To Cut Your Calorie Intake in Half--Without Feeling Hungry (February 2010)
If you adopt this incredibly simple habit at the dinner table, you will effortlessly cut your calorie intake without feeling deprived.

How to Own the Consumer Products Industry--And I Mean Literally Own It (February 2011)
Everyone who reads Casual Kitchen should own at least a couple of consumer products stocks. This post will help you start being an active owner--and not just a passive consumer--of the food industry.

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BonnieBanters said...

Fantastic subjects! Thanks for sharing!

Daniel said...

Thanks Bonnie. My traffic stats suggest that readers are reading nearly every article in these Retro Sundays posts, but there usually isn't that much direct feedback from readers. So, thank you! I'm grateful for the feedback and happy that you're finding value with them.