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Transitioning to Clean Cooking Webinar Series: Session 5

The webinar will launch a new state-of-the-art global tool to conduct cost-benefit analyses of the transition to cleaner cooking, including monetized benefits to health, climate and environment as well as costs to governments and households.

The session will serve as the launch of a new state-of-the-art global tool (and the only resource currently available) developed by WHO, Benefits of Action to Reduce Household Air Pollution, to conduct cost-benefit analyses of the transition to cleaner cooking. The tool includes 16 different cleaner cooking transitions from more polluting stoves and fuels to cleaner options,

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3 Unitasking Kitchen Tools That Are Actually Worth Buying

For years, I resisted buying a cherry pitter, instead dutifully poking out each pit using an old plastic bottle and a chopstick, tools I already had on hand for other uses. I came of culinary age in the Alton Brown era, learning to cook from the Food Network and outfitting my kitchen to the mental soundtrack of Brown railing against “unitaskers,” devices with only a single purpose.

As a budding food writer, I gave away an endless parade of highly specific inventions that I’d received in conference swag bags ― avocado slicers, lettuce shears, strawberry hullers and so on.

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Sam Sifton’s ‘No-Recipe Recipes’ and the Reinvention of Kitchen Improvisation

You don’t need a recipe. Really, you don’t.

So chastises the back cover of Sam Sifton’s new book New York Times Cooking: No-Recipe Recipes, which, despite its own pretensions, is full of recipes. Here we have a delightful-looking Asparagus and Boursin Tart (send to mom, I wrote on a Post-it), some pleasantly ’90s-sounding Miso-Glazed Scallops, and a handful of ways to make weeknight chicken, the home cook’s holy grail. These are recipes you’d expect to find on the New York Times Cooking app, which Sifton helped to launch, and for which he has written a weekly newsletter for

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Cooking on a Budget? Here Are 20 Essential Kitchen Gadgets Under $50

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Decking out a kitchen with essential supplies can get overwhelming quickly. From the pots and pans to the pressure cookers, cooking tools and dinnerware sets — acquiring everything you need to cook, serve and eat delicious meals can feel like a lot. Whether you’re on the hunt for baking sheets that won’t rust over even after the 50th use, or need cutting boards you can depend on, finding cookware you trust with your recipes is stressful, not to mention expensive.

However, we’re here to tell you there are plenty of budget options on all kitchen gadgets,

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Bay Area leaders help launch automatic solar permitting tool

PLEASANTON, CA – APRIL 16: Employees of SPG Solar mount a photovoltaic panel onto a steel rack on top of one of seven public school rooftops on April 16, 2008 in Pleasanton, California. (Photo by Robert Nickelsberg/Getty Images)

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory launched SolarAPP+, an automated permitting tool for residential rooftop solar and storage systems, with a conversation Thursday featuring several California mayors and elected officials.

Automated solar permitting systems such as the SolarAPP+ program aim to cut permitting costs and reduce the time it takes to begin installation, increasing the incentive to switch

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Our Place’s new ‘zesty’ Always Pan is the perfect summer kitchen upgrade

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You’re likely already familiar with the massively viral Always Pan. It’s arguably the Internet’s most sold-out pan and has gone viral on social media thanks to its stunning design, color options and rave reviews. Its largest selling point, though, is its eight-in-one functionality. It’s truly the only pan you’ll need for all your cooking needs.

With seven colors

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