Food & Cooking

Gaby Dalkin of ‘What’s Gaby Cooking’ Just Gave Us an Exclusive Tour of Her Kitchen

Gaby Dalkin is a cookbook author, chef, food and lifestyle writer—and has a very organized kitchen that we can’t wait to share with you.

We caught up with Dalkin to take a look through her pantry, fridge, and countertop smoothie station, and got some intel on her plans for a remodel that will transform her kitchen into her dream What’s Gaby Cooking kitchen. Post-quarantine, Dalkin plans to reimagine the space to include a larger gas range, improved placement and flow of appliances, and a general reconfiguration for her creative process.

Watch the video above for the whole tour, and check out highlights below.

Dalkin, who just released her second cookbook, Eat What You Want ($30, williams-sonoma.com), has plenty of kitchen organization inspiration and tips on must-have pantry and fridge staples.

First up, the pantry: Dalkin currently has a cubby-style pantry that’s organized by ingredient type so she can

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Maryland Woman Loses 15 Pounds During Quarantine Cooking All Meals at Home Using This Service

For the past three months, the coronavirus pandemic has changed life as we knew it. Arguably, one of the places changed most by the virus has been our kitchens. With grocery stores facing supply chain shortages and the majority of restaurants closed or only offering carryout options, we’ve been forced to fend for ourselves and make most of our meals at home. It hasn’t been easy for anyone, but imagine cooking virtually every meal—breakfast, lunch, and dinner—for these past few months without having a dishwasher.

Not only has Lori Dominick, 54, of Green Belt, Maryland, done just that, but she also managed to lose weight in the process, thanks in large part to her Cooking Light Diet meal plans. She hasn’t just been making it work. She’s been thriving.

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Lori Dominick

“It was always the first thing I looked for”

Dominick found the Cooking Light Diet a little over

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From food parcels to hot dinners, this is how charities are rallying to feed children without free school meals

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Meals & More – Meals & More

Thousands of families across the country breathed a collective sigh of relief this week. The government’s backtracking on the withdrawal of its school meal voucher scheme (thanks, in part, to footballer Marcus Rashford’s campaign) was a triumph for many. But while these £15-a-week vouchers (designed only to cover five lunches a week) are a step in the right direction, they fail to plug – by a long shot – the gaping hole in our food system that’s burdening millions of children.

Covid-19 has impacted the UK’s food landscape in ways that are difficult for many of us to comprehend. For others, the fallout couldn’t be more tangible. There are 2.4 million children living in households with unreliable access to food. Of those, 2 million have either relied on low-cost food or unbalanced meals, not had enough to eat, or skipped meals altogether.

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In the Finale, the Winner Proved Fusion Cooking Isn’t Just Some Lame ’80s Fad

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This season we’re recapping every episode of Top Chef All Stars Los Angeles. You can check out who had to pack their knives and go last week.

In a season honoring Los Angeles, one LA legend was noticeably absent: Wolfgang Puck. Sure, snooty New Yorkers may like to make sport of disrespecting the chef to the stars who became a star himself. But he’s much more important to late 20th century American dining than his east coast critics give him credit for. In the 1980s at his hit restaurant Spago, and especially at Chinois on Main, Puck helped usher in era of fusion cuisine by merging Asian and European traditions. Perhaps some of the dismissal of Puck is simply a residual hatred of what that trend devolved into: sushi tacos at Guy Fieri’s Tex Wasabi’s.

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