If you’re a sucker for all things small, there are a lot—and we mean a lot—of undersized cookware pieces you can add to your kitchen. The best part? They are just as functional as they are precious, so you can justify the purchase by putting your new mini cocottes to use as serving vessels at your next dinner party or impress your friends with their own personal butter warmer to go with their shellfish.
- By Food52
- By Christopher Kimball's Milk Street
Tahini is one of the pantry staples we rely on most at Milk Street. Common in Middle Eastern cooking, it’s becoming a household ingredient in the United States. If you haven’t seen tahini dressing on a menu or drizzled a tahini sauce over meat or vegetables at home, you’ll at least recognize the sesame paste as one of the key ingredients in hummus. Learn more about this powerhouse ingredient and how to use it.