It's too nice out to spend all day at the stove. Choose quick-cooking proteins like scallops and skirt steak, then add summer's best produce. Kick off your summer with steak tacos brightened by a crunchy
You needed a new and absolutely gorgeous, blanket, right? Check out this wonderful new colorblock bias blanket knitting pattern from Laura’s Loop on The Purl Bee! Whenever I am faced with a pile of undeniably
By Katie Goodman Popsicles are a favorite summer treat in our house. With outside temperatures teetering dangerously towards 100 degrees Fahrenheit, homemade popsicles are the perfect healthy treat to
Oh, you thought that hole in your T-shirt was for your head? Wrong. It’s the entrance to your cat tent, now take that thing off and set it up properly using this tutorial by Instructables author jessyratfink.
Mushrooms: Not just for vegetarian cooking! These recipes prove it. Mushrooms! They're so versatile! They're just as at home in an Italian pasta dish as they are in a Japanese-inspired soup, and they're
Miniaturize your favorite tree with this ancient art. Bonsai plants are, in their essence, little trees. Yet the art of bonsai has a much greater scope: it strives to replicate nature. It is an art that
My name is Meghan Cook, and I own and operate Sydney Hale Company with my husband, Chris. We live in an old farmhouse in Purcellville, Virginia, a beautiful town 60 miles west of Washington, DC with a
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. Today: Food52's
You need zero square feet to grow food. I frequently nag friends, family, and strangers to start gardening. “I’d love to have a garden, but I don’t have a yard” is by far the most common excuse I hear.