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The Flavor Enhancer You Don’t Need to Tell Anyone About

When food obsessives announce that they have discovered a delicious new thing to eat, generally the first or second thing they’ll tell you is the secret ingredient or special technique that makes it possible. These bleats of discovery can be exciting, at least for those of us who thrill to the …

Chowder

The Secrets of Russian Honey Cake, Revealed

When Michelle Polzine opened 20th Century Cafe, a tiny pastry shop in San Francisco in 2013, her majestic Russian honey cake enchanted sweet tooths everywhere. Food writers and pastry chefs flew in from across the country to marvel at the gravity-defying stack of airy cake layers slathered with …

Dessert

Brown Butter Pecan Hand Pies Recipe on Food52

Cooking is more fun with friends.<p>Find your friends who are already on Food52, and invite others who aren't to join.<p>Join Our Community<p>Follow amazing home cooks. Collect recipes and articles. Get inspired.<p><b>Author Notes:</b> Flaky hand pies with a gooey brown butter pecan filling. —Riley Wofford<p><b>Makes 8 pies</b><p>…

Dessert

April Meal Planner: 30 Colorful, Healthy Meals To Keep Your Table Fresh

April is conceptually the first month of REAL spring, so naturally, we tend to focus on light, healthy, refreshing meal options that will help us get in shape for summer. We also get to go *nuts* at the farmer’s market after months of limited seasonal food options. It’s the month of asparagus …

Cooking

15 Shakshuka Recipes for Breakfast or Dinner

If you’re a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants kind of person who doesn’t like to plan out meals, then eggs are probably a constant in your kitchen. Whether they’re for a protein-filled breakfast or a last-minute dinner, eggs are a total lifesaver AND budget friendly. Since you’ve met your monthly quota …

Breakfast

We’re Reinventing the Sandwich and Using the Bread As the FILLING!

Our minds are officially blown. Bread on the inside of our sandwich? Yes, it’s true. And you know what that means? A) They’re low calorie and low carb (if that’s what you’re into), but you can still enjoy <i>some</i> bread. After all, who doesn’t love bread (especially these no-knead bread recipes)? B) …

Recipes

Story of cities #20: the secret history of Magnitogorsk, Russia's steel city

Designed for Stalin as the world’s first completely planned city, Magnitogorsk has yet to confront its controversial past – from the forced labour that helped build it in record time, to the severe pollution that has plagued its residents<p>In July 1931, Ibragim Akhmetzyanov arrived in Magnitogorsk in …

The New Spain cocktail

I fell in love with sherry the first time I went to Spain, but it’s something that slips my mind when I’m looking for something in the drink …

Celebrity Chefs

eggs in purgatory, puttanesca-style

If the theme of late here is simple, cozy meals we can assemble even when we’re not, perhaps, having the most well-rested, worry-free weeks ever, we …

Recipes

5 Valentine's Day Quiche Recipes

Quiche—with its custardy filling and buttery pastry—makes for an incredibly romantic breakfast, brunch or even dinner.<p>From classic bacon-and-leek to …

The 10 Most Romantic Pastas

Not just any pasta will do for Valentine’s Day.<p>Treat your favorite dining partner to an ultra-luxe dinner with one of these beautiful and indulgent …

How to Make Your Own Cheese Puffs

Fluffy, golden cheese puffs make the perfect afternoon snack or pre-dinner bite—plus they're super-easy to make.<p>From star chef Daniel Boulud's …

32 Foods That Represent Every Team in the NFL

<i>This piece originally appeared on Spoon University.</i><p>It doesn’t matter if you’re watching the Super Bowl for the football or the commercials because …

RIESLING APPLE BROWN BUTTER RICOTTA NAPOLEONS Recipe on Food52

Cooking is more fun with friends.<p>Find your friends who are already on Food52, and invite others who aren't to join.<p>Join Our Community<p>Follow amazing home cooks. Collect recipes and articles. Get inspired.<p><b>Author Notes:</b> This napoleon is way easier to throw together than it looks and a great way to use …

Baking

Make Your Own Mozzarella

Cheesemaking made simple<p>It may sound daunting, but making your own cheese is not that hard. Soft cheeses are the best introduction to cheesemaking, …

Italian Food

5 Things To Know About The Search For Dark Matter

We know dark matter exists, but now comes the hard part: figuring out what exactly it is<p>It makes up a quarter of the universe. Without it, galaxies would fall apart, and stars would spin off into space. Dark matter is five times more abundant than normal matter (the stuff that makes up trees and …

Pear and Plum Puff Pastry Tart with Blue Cheese

So much for the peaches I’ve been hoarding in my crisper. Those babies sadly saw the heave-ho, because while they looked blushed and perfectly ripe …

Recipes

Pot Cocktails Are as Crazy as You Imagine

From gravity bongs to blueberry blunt wraps and, of course, brownies, industrious stoners have been tinkering with new ways to get high since time immemorial. Now they're adding cocktails to that mellowed-out list.<p>With the decline of marijuana prohibition, there is an increasing array of intriguing …

Seven deadly mistakes that destroy employee motivation

<i>This column is part of Globe Careers' Leadership Lab series, where executives and experts share their views and advice about leadership and management. Follow us at</i> @Globe_Careers<i>. Find all Leadership Lab stories at</i> tgam.ca/leadershiplab<p>Don is the CEO of a family-run business. His entrepreneurial …

The 8 Simple Habits of Incredible Bosses

Being a great boss is a lot of work for most people. Developing habits like these can make it easier.<p>Being a boss is hard. It doesn't always come naturally. Many who want to move up the ladder don't really consider whether they have what it takes to consistently motivate people to do good …

Leadership

5 Best Wines Under $10

Great wine doesn't have to be expensive. Our top picks priced at $10 or less are perfect for wine lovers on a budget -- or those who just love a good deal. From California Cabernet Sauvignon to an aromatic white wine from Portugal, these bottles are rich in flavor yet low in cost, so you can spend …

8 Festive Red and Green Foods for the Ultimate Christmas Party

Don’t just decorate in red and green; cater your party in those iconic festive Christmas colors. Here, eight red and green party dishes for the …

How To Make Burrata At Home

If you've never had burrata, stop reading immediately and run to your nearest Italian restaurant. Then hurry back, because you're going to want to understand exactly what you just ate. You'll know for certain that it was the most sublime thing you've ever consumed: a creamy, salty cloud that melted …

How to Make Japanese Milk Bread at Home

<i>It's always more fun to DIY. Every week, 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: You don't have to go all the way across the Pacific in search of the fluffiest, lightest, tallest bread of your life; Cynthia from Two Red Bowls</i> …

18 Dinner Ideas Featuring Briny, Tangy Capers

Cooking

Mango (Moscow) Mule

If you've been paying attention, you've probably noticed an influx of shiny copper mugs at your favorite watering holes and restaurants. The mystery inside? A Moscow Mule, a delicious cocktail made with vodka, ginger beer and lime. John G. Martin and Jack Morgan (who happened to be the owner of a …

50 Websites to Waste Your Time On

Bored with your usual digital stomping grounds?<p>Don't fret! There are plenty of sites other than Facebook or Tumblr for you to waste countless hours. …

Hearty Soups and Stews Perfect for Chilly Days

Cooking

On Everybody's Shopping List This Year: The Internet Of Things

The forecasting pundits all seem to have zeroed in on one must-have IT gift for 2014, and that’s the Internet of Things. I have to admit to being somewhat puzzled by this, for a variety of reasons.<p>First of all, unless someone has slipped a sensor under our skins without our being aware of it, I’m …