How Are These Small Peppers Used By Me? — Good Questions

It's a gorgeous houseplant, and I'm about to have a dozen tiny (about two-three inches) hot red peppers, with more to come. How do other people use these types of small peppers? Is there a more common type of pepper they are similar to that I could use as inspiration? Sent by Cathleen Editor: Your best bet is to probably taste one to gauge the pepper's heat level and flavor and then compare it to other common peppers like jalapeños or Thai chiles. Once you've done that, you can use your peppers in similar ways! http://www.thekitchn.com/how-do-i-use-these-small-peppers-good-questions-213427

@theclevercarrot Who need turkey when you have side dishes, right? Mashed potatoes, cauliflower, roasted carrots, you name it – November's Instagram theme, "salute your sides," was full of gorgeous photos. http://www.thekitchn.com/your-food-through-a-filter-heres-a-look-back-at-novemberss-salute-your-sides-instagram-theme-last-month-on-instagram-213466

Ina Garten Says, Yes, You Can Make It Ahead — Cookbook Review

Be careful not to overcook pork loin. Other names: Pork filet, pork tender. Where it's from: Pork tenderloin is the muscle that runs alongside the backbone. Bone-in or boneless? http://www.thekitchn.com/whats-the-difference-between-pork-loin-and-pork-tenderloin-meat-basics-213408

What's the Difference Between Pork Loin and Pork Tenderloin? — Meat Basics

I also made Ina's Make-Ahead Turkey Gravy with Onions & Sage. She puts two tablespoons of cognac or brandy in her turkey gravy. This is why I love her. http://www.thekitchn.com/make-it-ahead-by-ina-garten-cookbook-review-213484