In recent years, the alternatives to conventional cows’ milk have proliferated. The local grocery store is likely to offer any number of plant-based options: milks made from soy, almonds, oats, rice, coconuts,
California is nothing if not diverse. More immigrants call the state home than any other in the country, and as its population continues to change, so too does its definition of home cooking. The historical outward-facing highlight of “California cuisine” used to be the focus on farm-fresh produce, but it’s so much more than that now. Golden State cooks proudly embrace the cultural influences that give the state its rich character: the flavors immigrants have brought from Mexico and South America, from Asia, from the Middle East.☀️As part of Kitchn’s celebration of all things California, we asked 19 cooks from various disciplines—chefs, photographers, writers—to see what dish they think best embodies California home cooking in 2019. The responses we received are as diverse (and wonderfully flavorful) as the state itself. Here's what they said.
If you enjoy eating steak or ground beef on occasion, you'll love these healthy, meal prep-friendly recipes. While you shouldn't eat red meat frequently (doing so has been linked with heart disease), yourself
Up and down the Mekong – known locally as ‘the river of life’ – Gordon explores the extreme lengths Laotians go to when sourcing their food. Perched precariously on the rugged shoreline of the Mekong in