April 2014

Perfect Scrambled Eggs

If you’ve got eggs, you’ve got breakfast. Well, throw in a whisk, some butter, a handful of chives, a little cream, some good toast, and then you’ve really got breakfast. Though there are many ways to serve an egg, for breakfast, we love ours scrambled. Read more »

All About Flatbreads

To conclude our three-part series on bread, we’re actually going back to the beginning: flatbreads are the first breads, and they’re delicious. Learn all about ’em in this post. Read more »

Sprouts & Microgreens–The Best Ways to Enjoy Them

Sprouts and microgreens add texture, flavor, and tons of nutrients to your plate. Find out how they’re grown and how you can prepare them. Read more »

A Trick for Eating Your Pea Pods

Any time we send out fresh English peas (in this recipe or this one), we write this instruction: shell the peas. But you don’t have to toss those shells when you’re done. Here’s how to up-cycle them to create another dish! Read more »

8 Dinners That Breathe New Life into Old Bread

Some of the most delicious meals in the world’s repertoire–yes, the entire world–originate in cooks’ desires not to waste any precious bread. The recipes that follow all make use of day-old bread, in soups, salads, and sandwiches. Plus, check back soon for a breakfast application–also known as French toast. Read more »

How to Dye All-Natural Easter Eggs

How to make all-natural Easter egg dyes with fruits, vegetables, and herbs you likely already have in your pantry. Read more »

A History Of Fancy Attire

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Why & How To Warm (& Cool) Your Plates

Here’s one thing home cooks can learn from restaurant chefs: serve hot food hot, and cold food cold. Here’s how to do it. Read more »

Enter the Blue Apron Mother’s Day Recipe Collection Contest

Enter our latest Facebook contest and toast to mom, by sharing your mom’s favorite dish. We’ll show off her special recipe–along with recipes from other Blue Apron moms–in our Mother’s Day Recipe Collection here! Read more »

How To Clean the Absolute Toughest Pots & Pans

The best part about cooking in your own kitchen? A delicious, homemade meal you can be proud of. But what about those greasy dishes? Here are some tried-and-true methods for getting dishes clean as quickly as humanly possible. Read more »

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