Posts Tagged ‘pasta’

Creative Reuse: Juicer Pulp =

February 25, 2011 Leave a comment

Ah the juicer.  Is there a more underutilized kitchen appliance out there?  Not for most people, I’d reckon.  I’d also venture that when one actually is in regular use it’s one of the best appliances out there.  In my kitchen we’ve got literally the Champion of juicers (thank you, craigslist), and it single-handedly gives us more kitchen cred than any other thing in there.  One minor problem that anyone with a juicer has experienced, however, is what to do with all of that excess pulp that’s leftover.  Well, as we’re accustomed to doing around here, we’ve got the solution for you, thanks to the great minds over at The Kitchn:

7 Ways To Use Juicer Pulp

They’ve got everything from cakes to muffins to crackers to pasta covered.  Having experimented myself, I’m personally a fan of putting it in salads and making it into veggie burgers, with the addition of a little egg white to keep things together.

Image: Emily Ho for The Kitchen


Creative Repurpose: Hotel Room = Kitchen

February 21, 2011 Leave a comment

Thanks again to geekosystem, I bring you hotel room as makeshift kitchen as a Brit shows us how he makes an entire meal from the appliances in his hotel room, including an electric kettle and an iron. But if you’re expecting grilled cheese and tea prepared to be impressed:

I’m actually headed to the Caribbean this spring on a tight budget and we’re looking for ways to divert our precious resources from expensive hotel dining.  Maybe I’ll give this a shot.

SLASH/FOOD via geekosystemCooking in Your Hotel Room