Kelly Lui

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How to Make Genius Microwaved Eggplant

<i>Every week, Food52"s Senior Editor Kristen Miglore is unearthing recipes that are nothing short of genius.</i><p><i>Today: The best, fastest, lightest eggplant technique you haven't tried yet. (It's in the microwave. Don't be mad.)</i><p>I'd like to make an announcement: You can cook eggplant in the microwave -- …

The Style Has Spoken: See the Top Trends

See the prevailing looks captured by Diego Zuko.<p>Like a well-preserved eco-system, the world of fashion can work like a machine. See a stellar trend on the runway one season and watch it come to life outside the shows the next. See which catwalk styles were embraced by the finest on the street and …

Street Style

RAWR, I am the king

Is This The Fastest Way To Work Out?

Need a quick-and-dirty workout routine that can help get your heart rate up and your body toned, all in under 30 minutes flat? Crunch and R29 have …

5 ways to use up a bunch of scallions, including in this delicious baked potato soup: http://thekitc.hn/1bkpECQ

The Pumpkin Bread I Can't Stop Eating

<i>Jenny is in perpetual search for easy, weeknight recipes to attempt to feed her family. When they balk, she just eats more.</i><p><i>Today: A pumpkin bread true to its name.</i><p>If you’re on the hook for Christmas morning breakfast and you’re feeling a bit cheeky about the whole thing, how about The Pumpkin Bread …

Top 10 Compact Cameras for Travelers

Upgrade your travel photos with these lightweight cameras that pack a punch.<p><i>Tom O'Brien is a mechanical engineer and the photo engineer for</i> National Geographic <i>magazine. He designs and builds custom equipment for the photographers of the magazine. You can follow him on Instagram @Mechanicalphoto.</i>

Cameras

10 Greatest Travel Books of All Time

<i>Photo Courtesy Michael Mohr. Article by Ian Crouch, contributor to Budget Travel.</i><p>Just what is travel writing? Sometimes it tells the story of a journey -- the initial excitement of a ship leaving port or the joy of watching the sun rise in a brand-new place. Often it celebrates the act of …

Climbers descend the ridge of the Arête de l’Aiguille du Midi in Chamonix, France. http://on.natgeo.com/1bSBI0w Photograph by Dan Westergren, National Geographic

Winter in the U.S.

Travel Photography

This Map Shows The Most Famous Book Set In Every State

Local literature can be a surprising source of home state pride, no matter where you're from.<p>We found the most famous book set in each state. How many have you read? Check out the annotated map below.

9 Outfits That Were Ruined By Bad Makeup

Putting together an amazing outfit when you don't have a wardrobe stylist, makeup artist or hairstylist can be pretty tricky. But for the celebrities with personal glam squads who still miss the mark, we have two words of advice: Fire them.<p>Why pay someone big bucks to help you get red-carpet ready …

14 Literary Posters That Turn Famous Authors' Words Into Art

Who doesn't love a good literature-meets-graphic-design project?<p>We came across the work of Obvious State's Evan Robertson last year when he debuted his series of clever literary posters based on the words of authors like Ernest Hemingway and Kurt Vonnegut. Turning pithy quotes into whimsical works …

National Geographic Photo Contest 2013, Part II

Time is running out to enter this year's National Geographic photo contest, the deadline for submissions is Saturday, November 30. One first-place winner will be chosen from each of the three categories, and the winning photographs will be published in National Geographic magazine. The overall …

In Season: Sautéed Kabocha Squash With Mascarpone and Maple Syrup

The harder the skin, the sweeter the flesh, goes the saying regarding winter squash. Case in point: the kabocha variety, whose deep-green-black, …

How to Make Hot Chocolate Without a Recipe

<i>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.</i><p><i>Today: Food52's Managing Editor Brette Warshaw shows how to make hot chocolate from scratch -- with any chocolate</i> …

The Kitchen Starter Kit: Essential Tools for Every Cook

Know a recent college grad who's finally starting life on their own, maybe in their first real apartment? Or a transplant from a far-off land who needs to stock up a new kitchen from scratch? Or, perhaps, a friend who's only recently taken an interest in cooking, but doesn't have the gear to do it …

Mastering Boeuf Bourguignon

If you were going to make boeuf bourguignon, wouldn't you just turn to the expert and consult Julia Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking? That's what the Accidental Locavore thought when It was time to make a special meal for my husband.<p>Luckily, my copy is not a first edition (although it's …

11 New Ways to Use Leftovers

You're probably a little full right now. You convinced yourself the annual post-meal nap was due to tryptohphan (it's not!), and you gave plenty of thanks. But it's not time write off Thanksgiving just yet -- your Tupperware is stuffed to the brim. Why not transform your leftovers into dishes that …

Nail Polish Application 101

Back when I was in high school my mom and I would go to the nail salon every two weeks for a mani, and once a month we’d include a pedi. It’s one of …

West Java

Lower Antelope Canyon: Skylight

Wine Country in the mist

13 Affordable Frocks To Help You Rock Around The Clock Guilt-Free

Between all of the holiday parties, family gatherings, and rendezvous in between, the next few months present countless opportunities to don a …

Clothing

Norway In All Its Insanely Beautiful Glory

"Remote rural areas are photographically as interesting as the lifestyle and architecture of urban melting pots. Both worlds fascinate me and so I try to capture my individual view of these changing and challenging environments," says Kilian Schoenberger on his website.<p>If his goal is to unveil the …