Jocelyn Soukup

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How to Cook Flat Bacon

<i>Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun.</i><p><i>Today: A trick for making pretty, flat bacon -- no big wrinkles of fat in sight -- from our test kitchen manager Derek Laughren.</i><p>You can't cook bad bacon. Well, …

How to Organize Your Fridge to Keep Food Fresh Longer

You’ll (almost) never have to worry about expiration dates.<p><i>This article was written by Maria Janowiak and repurposed with permission from Greatist.</i><p>Your fridge isn't just a closet for food—it’s a high-tech device that helps you store all of your favorite snacks, condiments, and meal-fixings in …

Whole Grain

The Sims 4 Review in Progress

It's A Small World After All<p>Over the past week I’ve become intimately familiar with the virtual life of a geeky tech-industry maven named Jess, who I …

Pan-O-Rama: The Top 10 Revelatory Uses for Leftover Bacon Grease

Bacon fever may seem of-the-moment, but this hipster trend is as old as your thrifted granny dress. “When times were hard, the frugal standpoint was to cook with byproducts -- not for flavor or kitsch, but out of necessity,” explains Executive Editorial Director of Food Lucinda Scala Quinn. “Now, …

4 Ways You're Making Eggs Wrong (and What to Do Instead)

Such a simple food; so many ways to mess it up. We learned a few rules for making delicious eggs from Michael Ruhlman, author of Egg: A Culinary …

9 Essential Tools for Cooking Vegetables

While I've listed some of my favorite, most essential tools, I didn't mention my food mill, which I use only for two purposes (tomato sauce and applesauce) yet wouldn't be without, or my salad spinner. Nor did I mention hands, which are so very essential for feeling the food you're cooking; or …