Janine Coughlin

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Spice Merchant Cauliflower Couscous + Lemon Posset

<i>We're celebrating Meatless Mondays with balanced, delicious meal plans. We hope you'll join us -- whether you're vegetarian all the time or just here and there.</i><p><i>Today: A Monday night magic show.</i><p>Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, vegetarians and meat-eaters alike, step right up and witness the …

Breadcrumbs: The Hot New Condiment

<i>As a defiant response to Sad Desk Lunches, the Food52 team works to keep our midday meals both interesting and pretty. Each week, we'll be sharing our happiest desk lunches -- and we want to see yours, too.</i><p><i>Today: Why you should start thinking of breadcrumbs as a condiment -- and bringing them with</i> …

How to Make Flavored Coffee Creamer 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: Tiffany from Offbeat and Inspired makes coffee creamer out of real cream, with no dehydrated powders or mysterious ingredients in sight.</i><p>Coffee …

Moro's Warm Squash & Chickpea Salad with Tahini

<i>Every week -- often with your help -- Food52's Senior Editor Kristen Miglore is unearthing recipes that are nothing short of genius.</i><p><i>Today: The salad you want to eat right now (and the dressing you'll want to put on everything).</i><p>Our local farmers' markets -- just when we need them most -- are …

Recipes

All About Miso

<i>Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun.</i><p><i>Today: Tips and tricks on how to differentiate, use, and store miso.</i><p>Not too long ago, you couldn't find miso at your local grocery store. Now it's practically …

10 Winter Pastas

On days like these -- when cold snow creeps over the tops of our boots and we're glad to be packed into a crowded subway car simply for the heat -- very few things make us warm <i>and</i> happy. Hot chocolate is too fleeting, our favorite winter hats are weathered, and by the time we get home all we want …

Italian Food

The Best Ways to Store Fresh Herbs

<i>Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun.</i><p><i>Today:</i> <i>A lesson on keeping your fresh herbs fresh.</i><p>There are few things as inspiring as a beautiful bunch of fresh herbs. We love you, salt and pepper, but only …

How to Make Makeshift Buttermilk

<i>We're revisiting this post to remind you that you may not have buttermilk in your fridge, but you probably have milk and vinegar. And sometimes, that's enough.</i><p>Here’s a not-so-hypothetical scenario: You’re well on your way to making biscuits, or salad dressing, or, if you’re lucky, fried chicken, …

Joe Beef's Carrots with Honey Recipe

<i>In anticipation of this year's Piglet, we'll be sharing articles, recipes, and tips from past winners. Following Good to the Grain is The Art of Living According to Joe Beef. Learn more about this year's tournament here, or head to Provisions to add some of the titles to your bookshelf!</i><p><i>Today: What</i> …

Miso-Charred Mushrooms and Black Rice Salad

I can't help it. I am addicted to self-improvement. At least in January, I can get away with it more easily when the rest of the world joins in. New year, new us.<p>I specialize in French recipes, as you know, and sometimes, those can be pretty not self-improving. I do, quite happily, fall prey to a …

Will Any Democrat Even Challenge Hillary in 2016?

The 2016 election is still almost three years away, but, already, it can’t be avoided. <i>Time</i> magazine, in its cover story this week, asked, “Can Anyone Stop Hillary?” And now comes the <i>Times</i> with two more cover stories devoted to the former First Lady. In Sunday’s magazine, the writer Amy Chozick …

Justin Bieber’s New Image

Until yesterday, there was something almost refreshing about the minor Justin Bieber scandals sweeping the Internet. Compared to the calculated acts of provocation cooked up by Miley Cyrus—fairly unimaginative images of the young star naked and wrapped around a piece of construction equipment or …

Backblogged: Our Five Favorite Sentences of the Week

“For all the attractions that the Grammys offer—where else can you see Eminem performing with Elton?—it remains the Cinderella of the winter awards shows, forever sweeping the cinders of pop culture around the electronic hearth, while its brassy stepsisters, the Golden Globes and the Oscars, drink …

A Waldorf School in China

In this week’s issue of the magazine, Ian Johnson writes about the spread of Waldorf education in China. He spent time with Harry Huang and his wife, Zhang Li, who started the Chengdu Waldorf School after becoming frustrated with the rigidity of the Chinese educational system. The school, which …

George Eliot’s Superfan

_This excerpt is drawn from the book “My Life in Middlemarch,” which comes out tomorrow.<p>In the summer of 1871, while working on “Middlemarch,” George Eliot received a short letter from a young Scotsman called Alexander Main, who had a question: what was the correct pronunciation of “Romola”? …

Is Michael Grimm Man Enough to Serve?

Michael Grimm was not among the four Republicans asked to respond to the State of the Union address last night, but he might as well have been. Not one to cede the spotlight casually, the representative from Staten Island eclipsed the dull speeches of his colleagues with a vintage, action-packed …

An Antidote for Mindlessness

In the mid-nineteen-seventies, the cognitive psychologist Ellen Langer noticed that elderly people who envisioned themselves as younger versions of themselves often began to feel, and even think, like they had actually become younger. Men with trouble walking quickly were playing touch football. …

A Phone for the Age of Snowden

Around midnight on Tuesday of last week, people near the barricaded city square at the center of mass protests in Kiev, Ukraine, received an ominous text message: “Dear subscriber, you are registered as a participant in a mass disturbance.”<p>The message was most likely sent by the Ukrainian …

Which Is More Corrupt: Virginia or Sichuan?

As a transplant to the D.C. area from Beijing, I felt nostalgic as I read about the indictment of my new neighbors, the former Virginia governor Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen. On January 21st, a federal grand jury charged the couple with accepting more than a hundred and forty thousand …

Chris Christie Gets Called a Liar

Friday afternoon, Governor Chris Christie, of New Jersey, got called a liar by someone he had called a nothing. At a multi-hour press conference on January 9th, Christie had said that he’d had no idea that his aides and allies had deliberately choked off traffic from the town of Fort Lee for …

Anatomy of a Smorgasburg Pop Up: A New York State of Ramen

<b>Editor's note:</b> What's it like to be a vendor at Brooklyn's popular—and competitive—outdoor market Smorgasburg? Here's Sun Noodle's Ramen Lab.<p>Don't let the frenzy created by Keizo Shimamoto's ramen burger distract you from Sun Noodle Lab's core mission of spreading the gospel of ramen at …