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There's no denying that we love negronis here at Food52. So when we heard about Negroni Week from our friends at Imbibe, it sounded like perfection: kicking off summer with the classic Campari drink and
Put a little pep in your step with this coffee-based cocktail. Coffee in a cocktail has certainly been done before—but have you ever had a cocktail made with herbaceous amaro and fernet, Scotch, and coffee?
When he's not busy running the cocktail program at New York City's Maialino, Erik Lombardo is giving us the rundown on all things spirits -- and showing us the best ways to drink them. Today: Our official
Photographs: Elana Lepkowski Aged spirits tend to get pushed to the back of the bar during the warmer months, making way for bright, peppery silver tequila-based margaritas and white rum mojitos. There's
A classic Sunday supper doesn't have to mean heavy, hearty braised meat—try these lighter, fresher projects for dinner this weekend. We love hunkering down to tackle a big recipe on winter weekends. But
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We remember the legendary author, poet and activist, who died today at the age of 86, with this 1972 interview from the BAZAAR archives. "... A born loser—had to be: from a broken family, raped at eight,
When Larry Kramer’s autobiographical play The Normal Heart first appeared off-Broadway in 1985, the AIDS crisis was immediate, mysterious, and very scary. Thirty years later, the director Ryan Murphy,
[Photograph: Ben Jay] Welcome to the first installment of Hey Chef, where we ask pros around the country for tips on how to use ingredients we love. First up: bitter greens. The first greens of spring