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A warming, comforting soup ticks all the boxes for January eating<p>January can be a confusing time, but the general resolve is to eat less and move more. After a month of potatoes roasted in duck fat, wedges of stilton and brandy-soaked cake, we somehow convince ourselves that a diet of blitzed green …

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Where to Really Go in Oakland

<i>Every week we'll be asking you to come with us to some of our favorite small towns and cities—and we'll show you the places, secret spots, and nooks we love.</i><p><i>Today: The unabridged, local’s guide to where to eat and drink and be outside in Oakland.</i><p><i>All hail the kouign ammans from Starter Bakery and</i> …

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10 Weird But Magical Flavor Pairings You Have To Taste To Believe

Anyone who's ever tried a peanut butter and pickle sandwich or a bacon-fried Oreo knows that the best flavor pairings often come as a total surprise. But why stop with a singular taste test when you could make entire breakfasts, lunches and dinners of weird yet delicious flavor mashups?<p>When you …

IBM’s AI computer has come up with some pretty incredible food pairings

There’s a theory that given an infinite amount of time, a monkey could eventually type out the complete works of Shakespeare. But could that monkey come up with a new way to pair saffron and fennel? IBM’s Watson artificial intelligence computer—famous for its win on <i>Jeopardy!</i>—is trying to do just …

How Designers Built The World Of “The Grand Budapest Hotel” By Hand

Anderson’s avoidance of CGI and freakish devotion to handmade, old-fashioned production design lends his latest epic its fantastical charm.<p>In his Oscar-nominated 2014 film <i>The Grand Budapest Hotel,</i> Wes Anderson didn’t just tell a story-within-a-story about murder, purple-suited lobby boys, and …

The Jerusalem Artichoke (Or Sunchoke) Is The Fugly Vegetable You Should Be Eating

These are Jerusalem artichokes. They're also called a sunchokes.<p>No, sunchokes are not the most beautiful vegetable on the block. You've probably dismissed them in the produce aisle, brushing the tubers off as wonky, distant cousins of the potato. But don't let yourself be confused by their …

Ramen Fried Chicken Is Here, And It's What We've Been Waiting For

Think you can't change the world of dining with ramen? David Chang already has. And now he's going to do it all over again.<p>Chang -- the man (and chef) behind upscale ramen eatery Momofuku-- has just blown our minds with a video tutorial on how to make Ramen Fried Chicken. In the Lucky Peach video …

Got a Hangover? This Burger Might Be the Answer

With all of the merriment—let’s be honest, drinking—that accompanies the holiday season, odds are you might wake up one morning with everyone’s least …

Stuffing Waffles Recipe

Read the Whole Story<p>Ingredients1 recipe Classic Sage and Sausage StuffingNonstick cooking spray1 recipe Best Turkey GravyMaple syrup, for serving<p>Directions<p><b>1.</b> Prepare Classic Sage and Sausage Stuffing through step 3. (You do not have to increase the oven temperature after removing the bread in step …

9 Must-See Food Films

The logical next step to being a totally obsessive foodie? Feeding a hunger for food knowledge … by watching every food documentary and movie we can …

Plantain Gnocchi with Short Rib Ragù

Make the sauce: Combine salt, paprika, garlic powder, pepper, oregano, and cayenne in a bowl; rub spice mixture over ribs to coat completely. Heat …

Miso-Maple Roasted Roots + Miso-Creamed Kale

<i>We're celebrating Meatless Mondays with balanced, delicious meal plans. We hope you'll join us -- whether you're vegetarian all the time or just here and there.</i><p><i>Today: Feeling blasé about vegetables? Miso paste can help with that.</i><p>Are you already feeling blasé in regards to root vegetables, kale, and …

New milk mayonnaise sidesteps egg allergies, contamination

There is a new condiment that has New York food pros improvising like mad. It's an off-the-wall take on mayonnaise. David Leite, of Leite's Culinaria …

Chill Out with These 11 Classic Nightcaps

The few hours between dinner and bedtime should be the most relaxing part of the day, but too often we spend them thinking about what we will …

Chef Daniel Patterson Reveals How To Cook A Feast In Your Sleep

Over the past few years, the twin ascents of sous vide cookery and serious barbecue have sent restaurants into an arms race of cooking times. Menus now routinely boast of lamb's necks roasted for 19 hours, short ribs braised for 36 hours and whole pigs smoked for three whole days.<p>But ultra-slow …

How To Make Homemade Tofu, Because Yes, You Can

Tofu is one of those foods that seems daunting to make at home, but is actually easier than you might expect and well worth the effort. People have been making tofu for thousands of years. It originated in China more than 2,000 years ago. The fact that soy bean curd, of all appealing-sounding …

Yotam Ottolenghi on Why You Should Be Cooking with Dried Limes

Dried limes—you many not have them in your pantry yet, but here's why you should<p><b>Yotam Ottolenghi</b> holds a dusty brown sphere the size of a golf ball in his palm. He brings it to his nose, then to mine. It smells faintly citrusy. Then the chef places this mysterious specimen on a countertop, makes a …

Apple Peel Bourbon (+ An Indian Summer Cocktail)

<i>If you're like us, you look to the seasons for what to cook. Get to the market, and we'll show you what to do with your haul.</i><p><i>Today: Associate Editor Marian Bull puts apple peels to good, boozy use.</i><p>You've been good. You've been saving your onion scraps, your kale stems, your wayward strands of …

The Best Rums Under $30

It's no secret that it can be hard to find just the right rum to fit your cocktail and budget needs. Yes, it's as easy to pay more than $50 for a bottle straight from Martinique as it is to pick up a handle of Captain Morgan. But sometimes your budget just can't handle an expensive bottle of …

This Is How Real Brooklynites Made Bagels By Hand In The '70s

Sure, bagels and New Yorkers have an unbreakable bond, but few know what goes on behind the scenes to produce one of the quintessential foods of the Big Apple.<p>A video from 1979 that's making the rounds online showcases the coveted art of kneading, cutting, boiling and baking dough into perfect O's. …

4 Secret Butcher's Cuts to Try

<i>Each week this summer, Cara Nicoletti of The Meat Hook is helping us get to know our favorite cuts a little bit better – and introducing you to a few new ones, too. Read on, study up, then hightail it to your nearest butcher.</i><p><i>Today: We're letting you in on the secret cuts that butchers have been</i> …

8 Ways to Make Gazpacho

The chilled Spanish soup comes in a rainbow of colors and it’s perfect for these late summer days. Here are nine ways to make it.<p>The chilled Spanish …

Cortez Julep

“I don’t think there’s a better combination in the cocktail world than tequila and sherry,” says Bobby Heugel of Anvil Bar & Refuge in Houston. He …

How to Make Ginger Ale at Home

<i>It's always more fun to DIY. Every week on Food52, we"ll spare you a trip to the grocery store and show you how to make small batches of great foods at home.</i><p><i>Today:</i> <i>Ashley Centola of Simple Craves and Olive Oil shows us how to make natural ginger ale for those long, summer days.</i><p>It's not often that …

Whisky Whisky Everywhere: The Latest Bottlings From Scotland

It's August. Time to enjoy the dog days of summer, lazing by the pool with a trashy novel, some good tunes, a healthy dab of sunscreen and... a dram of Scotch whisky?! Hey, why not? Scotch is delicious -- too delicious to wait for sweater weather to drink it. Especially when there are some great …

How Daniel Boulud, America's Greatest French Chef, Grills a Hot Dog

Fourth of July hot dog grilling tips from Daniel Boulud, America's greatest French chef<p><b>We're always looking for ways to make our hot dogs even better.</b> So we caught up with America's greatest French chef, <b>Daniel Boulud</b>, at his sausage-centric DBGB in New York City, to see how he does his dogs. We …

Hot Dogs

How to Make Fridge Pickles Without a Recipe

<i>Here at Food52, we love recipes—but do we always use them? Of course not. Because once you realize you don't always need a recipe, you'll make your favorite dishes a lot more often.</i><p><i>Today: Michael Anthony, executive chef and partner of Gramercy Tavern and author of The Gramercy Tavern Cookbook,</i> …

How Daniel Boulud, America's Greatest French Chef, Grills a Hot Dog

Fourth of July hot dog grilling tips from Daniel Boulud, America's greatest French chef<p><b>We're always looking for ways to make our hot dogs even better.</b> So we caught up with America's greatest French chef, <b>Daniel Boulud</b>, at his sausage-centric DBGB in New York City, to see how he does his dogs. We …

Hot Dogs

Remarkable Macro Photograph of a Hummingbird by Chris Morgan | Colossal

<p>Photographer Chris Morgan snapped these great macro shots of hummingbirds in 2011 at Bosque De Paz, a 3,000 acre privately-owned biological reserve …