A Teeny Tiny Kitchen & Teeny Tiny Pancakes This Time Last Year

A Teeny Tiny Kitchen & Teeny Tiny Pancakes This Time Last Year

Emma Christensen
Feb 4, 2011

We can't get over the idea of eating teeny pancakes in an equally tiny kitchen, both of which we featured on The Kitchn last year. Adorable! We have links to those posts, plus homemade cough drops, tips for seasoning cast iron, and how to make perfect bacon in the oven, all after the jump.

The posts in pictured above are in bold below.

Not only do we love the bright greens in this family kitchen, but all the open space make us jealous.

• A big free-form apple tart is just the dessert to feed a crowd.

• Did you know that you can remove rust spots with a potato?

Another beautifully open kitchen, this one with a lot of inspiring DIY handiwork.

• The oven is the tool to use when cooking a lot of bacon at once.

Homemade chicken stock is surprisingly easy to make, even on a weeknight!

A pastry brush is a more versatile kitchen tool than you might at first think.

• Our very favorite kitchen timer. It never leaves its spot on the fridge.

What makes cast iron so great?

• Once you're convinced, here's how to season cast iron so it will last a lifetime.

These teeny tiny little pancakes are trouble to make, but so very worth it.

And a teeny little kitchen to eat them in!

• A round-up of ten of our favorite dips and spreads to serve at your Super Bowl party this year.

This time last year, the iPad was just about to be released, and we were pretty excited.

Coming down with a late-winter cold? Try making your own cough drops to get you through.

A Year Ago and a Week: A Controversial Kitchen and the Perfect Super Bowl Snack

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