Christie Davidson

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Scandinavian Tomte Christmas Elf Ornament Tutorial

Have you ever heard of a Scandinavian tomte? It's kind of like a cross between a brownie and Santa Claus, and is a popular motif in Sweden, Norway …

Felted Acorn Garland DIY Tutorail

Today you are so LUCKY!I am finally sharing how to make gorgeous felted acorn garlands. They are the cutest things ever, don’t you think? It’s no …

Martha Stewart's One-Pan Pasta

<i>Every week, Food52's Executive Editor Kristen Miglore is unearthing recipes that are nothing short of genius.</i><p><i>Today: A simple pantry staple gets even simpler.</i><p>We didn't need pasta to get any simpler. But here it is: asking even less of our attention, patience, and time; dropping steps; and getting</i> …

Italian Food

Macaroni with Summer Squash, Salami, and Ricotta Tomato Sauce

Sun-dried tomatoes add lots of flavor to the sauce. If you prefer zucchini, you can use it in place of the summer squash. <b>Plus: More Pasta Recipes and</b> …

Chickpea Salad with Salami and Giardiniera Dressing

The dressing for this reimagined antipasto is very smart and delicious: In place of vinegar or lemon juice, Melissa Rubel Jacobson's salad gets tang …

Salami Carbonara

Charles Wekselbaum uses his amazing salami as an alternative to the usual pancetta in his silky take on pasta carbonara. <b>Slideshow:</b> Fast Weekday Pastas

Roasted Pear Crumble

4 Servings<p>Total Time: 45 min<p>Consider this sweet and crunchy dessert a free-form fruit crisp. Be warned: The nutty oat topping is addictive.<p>October 2013Print<p>Ingredients<p>2 ripe but firm Anjou or Bartlett pears, halved, cored<p>2 teaspoons plus 2 Tbsp. olive oil<p>¼ cup raw almonds or pecan halves, coarsely …