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  1. Herb Spotlight: 8 Ways to Use Cilantro

    Cilantro has long been one of my favorite herbs. I recognize it’s a somewhat controversial one but I happen to fall into this camp of people. Growing up, my family would often serve stalks of cilantro alongside fresh vegetables on a huge platter. We didn’t use dips, we just ate the fresh cucumbers, tomatoes, and Continue…

    I almost always stock up on cilantro at the farmer’s market or my local grocery store because I tend to throw it in everything.

  2. Ultimate Sinatra 2xLP Vinyl Giveaway

    In celebration of Frank Sinatra’s centennial year, Capitol Records is releasing a career-spanning collection of The Chairman of the Board’s music titled Ultimate Sinatra. The Deluxe CD version features 101 of Frank Sinatra’s tunes while the 180-gram 2xLP vinyl release features 24 of his best known songs. We’re excited to announce that we’re giving away a Continue…

  3. City Guide: Santa Fe, New Mexico

    Santa Fe, New Mexico has long been a place that I’ve daydreamed about. Perhaps because I’ve always admired the life and work of Georgia O’Keefe or because I’ve lately come to really love mountains and deserts. I told myself we’d make it there someday and once we found out about the twins, the clock feels like it’s been Continue…

  4. Making the Kitchen Fun and Safe for the Family (+ a Special Discount)

    Cooking has always been my escape — an activity that could transport me from my tiny little kitchen to places I’ve been and hoped to visit. There is something meditative about chopping and slicing, kneading and stirring. When Matt and I started living together, it became something we did together; we’d take on elaborate cooking Continue…

  5. Turntable Kitchen’s SXSW 2015 Recap

    SXSW continues to be our favorite music festival. It’s the “choose your own adventure” of music festivals. Indeed, no two groups will have the same experience. And 2015 was no exception. You could catch incredible, intimate performances from established artists like Spoon, TV on the Radio, Best Coast, and Earl Sweatshirt, in between breathtaking performances Continue…

  6. Seattle City Guide – Pioneer Square

    Seattle in many ways feels like a spirit place for us. I’ve been visiting friends there since college, and every time I go, my heart is happy. Sometimes I even wonder if maybe one day, we’ll decide to call it home. It’s kind of amazing that we’ve never done a Seattle City Guide on Turntable Continue…

  7. Munchery: For Nights You Don’t Want to Cook

    Before I became a parent, takeout wasn’t really a word in my vocabulary: either we went out to eat to a nice restaurant, for an occasion or to socialize, or we cooked at home. I realize this might be a unique point of view, especially if you live in a place like New York, but Continue…

  8. Turntable Kitchen x yvynyl x Hype Machine: SXSW 2015

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    We’re incredibly excited to announce that Turntable Kitchen will be partnering with yvynyl and Hype Machine for our first ever SXSW showcase! We’ll be co-curating the Wednesday afternoon showcase at Hype Machine’s Hype Hotel presented by Feed The Beat. We’ll be featuring live sets from a number of our favorite up-and-coming bands: Alvvays Hundred Waters Continue…

  9. Secrets of a Hot (Valentine’s Day) Date + a HUGE giveaway

    Update: Congratulations Kerianne Taves! You’re the random winner of the Aether Cone! Please contact us (kasey@turntablekitchen.com) to receive your prize When I first saw the recipe for hot dates in my friend Ashley’s new book (which she’s promoting in San Francisco this week, woohoo!) I knew there was a time and a place for them Continue…

  10. Our Most Popular Posts of 2014

    As 2014 comes to a close, I thought I’d take a few minutes to reflect on everything we’ve written here this year. This was the first year that we went from being an editorial team of two to one with numerous wonderful contributors*. Their content has been inspiring, well-researched, well-written, and in some cases, beautifully Continue…

  11. Turntable Kitchen’s Top LPs of 2014

    All and all, I consider 2014 to be a solid year for new music. We witnessed the triumphant, masterful returns of several beloved artists who’d been mostly absent for over a decade (I’m thinking specifically D’Angelo and Aphex Twin). But, for me, the year will be remembered most as the year that a number of music’s most promising young Continue…

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