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Master the classic cassoulet and feast like a man. If you still think French food is fussy, stuffy, and frou-frou, it’s time to rethink your stereotypes. Some food from France can produce the same rib-sticking,
[Photograph: Max Falkowitz] To me, there's nothing more intoxicating than the aromas of freshly ground spices—they're heady and complex, and evolve throughout the cooking process. Depending on how you
Here, seven fantastic vinaigrettes that take just five minutes to prepare. Now that you’ve learned the perfect basic vinaigrette technique from Melissa Clark in this video, it’s time to expand your repertoire.
Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun. Today: How to make perfect brown rice, every time. Compared
Every week -- often with your help -- Food52's Executive Editor Kristen Miglore is unearthing recipes that are nothing short of genius. Today: A minty, creamy, boozy milkshake grows up -- and we get the
Guacamole is so much more than a dip for your chip. Here are nine ways to use it that go far beyond Mexican food. Guacamole is so much more than a dip for your chip. Here are nine ways to use it that far
Here, seven fantastic soups to make that are perfect for a quick weekday meal. Here, seven fantastic soups to make that are perfect for a quick weekday meal. 1. Corn Soup with Vadouvan Vadouvan, a French
Finding stale bread in your pantry is inevitable. But that's not a bad thing! From breadcrumbs to croutons to bread pudding, there are plenty of awesome ways to give new life to your hard-as-a-rock loaf.
It's time breakfast breaks free from its shackles. Think about it: We're totally cool with pancakes and bacon for dinner, so why shouldn't we inject a little dinner food into our morning routine? In addition
8 Servings Textures matter: Baking the cheesecake in a water bath insulates it, so it stays creamy and moist; the crunchy streusel topping adds contrast. March 2014Print Ingredients cheesecake Nonstick
We'll admit it: Sometimes we refer to Bon Appétit as "Stuff on Toast Magazine." But that's just because toast—or crostini or bruschetta or whatever—is the perfect vehicle for almost every kind of flavor,
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