The Greatest American #KSgrams

The Greatest American #KSgrams

Happy Independence Day!

Last Tuesday, the people of the U.S.A. and many expats, their friends, and families around the world celebrated Independence Day. Even if you don’t have any personal connection to the Fourth of July celebrations, you can hardly deny that American food is very much part of our lives. 

On this occasion, we invited you to make American-inspired dishes, and share a slice of the pie with us. We’re loving your #ksgrams of burgers, cookies, and cakes:

Double chocolate salted caramel cookies

Source: Emily Liu

Double chocolate salted caramel cookies

Fudgy brownies

Source: sajini

Fudgy brownies

Overnight oats

Source: @cupcakeree

Overnight oats

Manhattan cheesecake

Source: LoanTran

Manhattan cheesecake

American apple pie

Source: Miguel Magalhães

American apple pie

Banana s’mores with Nutella

Source: alice_seisha

Banana s’mores with Nutella

All-American pancakes

Source: John Hardwick

All-American pancakes

Candied bacon

Source: Toni M

Candied bacon

Classic hamburger

Source: Hugo Nilsson

Classic hamburger

The burger

Source: Joachim Bratteli

The burger

Stone Fruit Season: Show Us What You’re Cooking!

Some call them drupes. Others call them stone fruits. We call them delicious! It’s stone fruit season, which means now is the time to indulge in ripe and juicy peaches, nectarines, apricots, mangoes, plums, and cherries. Turn them into pies, smoothies, salsas, preserves, and eat them raw, dried, grilled, and fried—and never forget to you share your photos under this article or on Instagram by adding #ksgram to your caption or tagging @kitchenstories_official.

Here are some of our latest stone fruit delights:

Sour cherry pie

Sour cherry pie

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Easy stone fruit galette

Easy stone fruit galette

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Macaroni with shrimp, tomato, and nectarine

Macaroni with shrimp, tomato, and nectarine

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