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17 Sweet Potato Recipes for Weeknights, Holidays and Beyond

As far as vegetables go, sweet potatoes might just be the <i>most</i> versatile. They can be sweet, savory or even full-on desserts. They can serve as a base for sweet potato toast or as the filling for ravioli. They even come in several colors in case you get tired of the orange. Not to mention they’re …

So apparently red wine brownies are a thing and we need them ASAP

For obvious reasons, we love a good brownie that crumbles in our mouth. And guess what? Today is our lucky day (and yours!), because <i>Cosmo</i> let us know …

6 Cocktails You Need To Make This Weekend

Time to make every hour a happy hour. Courtesy of our favorite W Hotels in Austin, Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, and Miami, we’re giving you the …

8 Spooky Cocktails For Your Halloween Party - Chowhound

Whether you're hosting a Halloween Party this year or simply looking for an excuse to make a fun, seasonal cocktail, Halloween is the perfect …

5 Warming Stew Recipes from Around the World

Wintry stews packed with flavors from around the world will heat up the coldest of nights.<p>There’s a lot to love about stew. You do work on the front and back ends, but mostly the pot just simmers on the stove, making your house smell good. The result is a warm, comforting dinner—the perfect winter …

Cooking

5 Women to Admire in Pastry, by Belinda Leong

Pastry pro Belinda Leong shares five women you should admire in the pastry world.<p><i>F&W's #FOODWINEWOMEN series celebrates inspiring women in</i> …

11 Vegetarian Blogs to Inspire Healthy Eating All Year Long

Keeping up healthy habits is easier when you surround yourself with people who inspire those habits. Although these bloggers are spread out all over …

Living Rooms

From Granola Bars to Scones: 8 Delicious Ways to Use Oats

<b>1. Chewy Chocolate Chip Granola Bars</b><p>Granola bars are a staple in my pantry, but between my husband, my kids, and my kids' hungry friends, I can't seem to keep enough of them in the house. So I figured it was time to try and make them from scratch, and maybe even sneak in some health food. After …

Double Chocolate Chip Cookies

Before I get to the requests that are rolling in for my 30 days of chocolate campaign for Valentine’s Day, I thought I would fulfill my own request …

Apps for cooking and dining in: iPad/iPhone Apps AppGuide

<b>We're not all professional chefs, but that doesn't mean we can't make really yummy food. This is a list of the must-have apps for cooking and eating</b> …

Thanksgiving Hall of Fame: The BA Recipes You Love the Most

If it ain't broke, don't fix it—our readers say these classic BA hits are the best Thanksgiving recipes ever.<p><b>Every November, we share a whole magazine's worth of brand-spankin'-new Thanksgiving recipes</b>. We're particularly excited about this year's, and while we're definitely spatchcocking our …

Cooking

Coffee, Banana, and Hazelnut Morning Shake Recipe

When the weather's warm, a cold blender drink makes the perfect breakfast. This quick smoothie brings it all together with sweet banana, nutty hazelnuts, and a jolt of chilled coffee.<p><b>Note:</b> When your bananas are starting to get too ripe, peel them and stash them in the freezer for this drink, and …

8 Food Blog Links We Love

<i>We've scoured the web, found our favorite food blog posts, and now we're bringing them right to your desktop. It’s hard work, but someone has to do it.</i><p>If you're not going the steak dinner route for Father's Day this year, may we suggest hosting a backyard brunch? Complete with charcuterie, …

Onions

5 Dishes to Make From the Top 5 Ranked World Cup Nations

Here, five delicious foods that represent FIFA's top five-ranked World Cup contenders.<p>Here, five delicious foods that represent FIFA's top …

Weekend Reading: The Health Benefits of Bubbly, Creative Iced Coffee, and More

What we're reading, cooking, and clicking this week<p>Let's be real: Iced coffee is basically chocolate milk. It's magic. I like mine strong and with …

Food

Yes, Food Hangovers Are Real—and Yes, They Can Be Cured!

Eating too much fat, sugar, salt, and spice can give you a food hangover the next morning. Here's how to cure the effects of overindulgence<p>Let's just lay all our cards on the table: <b>You've had food hangovers, and we've had food hangovers.</b><p>Sure, you may call it by another name, but you know the …

Wellness

Master the Art of the Summery Sunday Supper With These Light & Bright Recipes

A classic Sunday supper doesn't have to mean heavy, hearty braised meat—try these lighter, fresher projects for dinner this weekend.<p><b>We love hunkering down to tackle a big recipe on winter weekends</b>. But just because the weather's hot and steamy up doesn't mean you can't tackle a stellar dinner …

Cooking

6 Common Burger Cooking Mistakes—and How to Avoid Them

We love burgers—but from choosing the wrong meat to overloading on the condiments, are you making any of these common cooking mistakes?<p>Is there anything better than the classic simplicity of a burger fresh off the grill? A good burger—juicy, flavorful, and with just the right fixin's—is summer …

BBQ

10 Cooking Projects for Father's Day

Over here at Food52, Mother's Day brings breakfast in bed -- who's to say that Father's Day can't bring a long-cooked, sticky-fingered, hard-earned dinner? This Father's Day, join your dad (or, if you're a dad, your kids!) in the kitchen, and cook one of these dishes that will leave you glazed-eyed …

homemade pop tarts

I never had a Pop-Tart until college. I realize that for some people this may cause a shocked reaction on par with my husband’s the time I told him …

root beer float cupcakes

It never takes long into the first hot week of the summer for me to get swept up in some sort of dorky nostalgia for a time or place I never knew, in …

peach blueberry cobbler

I am having the worst luck with peaches this summer. Without fail, every week I am lured in by the most fragrant peaches I’ve ever sniffed at the …

chocolate-peanut spread

People, I’m no good. I’m terrible news, a bad influence and possibly everything that your nutritionists, cardiologists and mamas warn you about. …

rich homemade ricotta

A few years ago, I made ricotta for the first time. I suspect a good lot of you just read that — the part where I <i>made</i> cheese/played …

lasagna bolognese

This, this is my culinary Mount Everest. This twenty-layer striation of noodles, ragu, béchamel and cheese, repeated four times and then some took me …

chicken noodle soup

There are about as many recipes for chicken noodle soup as there are people who enjoy it, which is everyone. Well, everyone but me. I understand that …

ethereally smooth hummus

For as long as I have written this website — yes, even longer than it has been since I told you the wee white lie that Paula Wolfert’s hummus was all …

my favorite buttermilk biscuits

I won’t lie: I generally feel — being a Jewish kid from suburban New Jersey — about the least qualified person on earth to talk about biscuits. My …