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How Many Squats Should I Do a Day? A Beginner’s Guide

Good things come to those who squat.<p>Not only will squats shape your quads, hamstrings, and glutes, they’ll also help your balance and mobility, and …

Workouts

11 No-Cook Summer Dishes Because You Just Wanna Be Outside

I love my kitchen, I really do. But lately, I’ve been searching for every excuse under the sun to get outside. Whether it’s taking a long walk home from work, bringing my weekend reading to the park, or slipping outside for lunch, I’m making the most of our warm, sunny weather.<p>That’s right: We’re …

Healthy Eating

14 Foil-Packet Meals That Make Campfire Cooking a Breeze

Cooking

This Chicken Enchilada Skillet Feeds a Hungry Crowd — Delicious Links

<i>Kitchn's</i> <i>Delicious Links</i><i> column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our …

Cooking

This Marinated Zucchini Recipe Is Changing the Way I Make All Vegetables

Lemony ricotta. Marinated veg. Crunchy hazelnuts. It’s how I want to eat everything now.<p>When it comes to summer produce, zucchini never gets much love. I admit I was part of the problem...until I tried this marinated zucchini with hazelnuts and ricotta recipe. If all summer squash were seared, …

World's easiest tomato sauce is also the most delicious

<b>Like magic, this lip-smacking sauce requires just four ingredients and hardly any work at all.</b><p>It's hard now to imagine a time when Italian food was …

Veg Out: Grill Up Mark Bittman's Chana Chaat Burgers

<i>Let’s hear it for Mark Bittman, food writer extraordinaire and cookbook hero to all! The latest release of</i> How To Grill Everything <i></i><i>focuses squarely on</i> …

The Lao-Style Coconut Milk Marinade You'll Want to Use on Any Meat

<i>The following essay, recipe, and photos are excerpted from</i> Hawker Fare: Stories & Recipes From a Refugee Chef's Isan Thai & Lao Roots <i>by James Syhabout. A word on the marinade: though it is pictured with kalbi (beef), which is how James's mom prepared it, it goes just as well with chicken. Memorize</i> …

The One Anti-Inflammatory Drink You Should Have First Thing When You Wake Up In The Morning

The food and drink choices we make in the morning can set the stage for a day of great eating. Provided we’re selecting the right anti-inflammatory …

The Tofu I Make Is Insanely Good, Thanks to This Secret Ingredient

After years of cooking tofu, I've finally discovered my favorite way to make it.<p>I love tofu, but I know not everyone does. Which is why when I head …

7 Ways to Use this Easier-Than-Pesto Sauce

Something green + cheese + nuts + garlic + oil + salt (maybe some acid). It’s hard to imagine an easier flavor booster than pesto. And yet, in her newest book about all the green stuff, author Olwen Woodier has streamlined the formula even further.<p>“Besides making pestos and pastes year-round from …

The Best Instant Pot Recipes For Spring

Because, frankly, we've all had more than enough chili and stew by now.<p>Greetings, Potheads. The past six months have been prime Instant Pot season, haven’t they? The colder weather and holiday vibes hosted the perfect environment for the chilis and stews that the Instant Pot so gloriously executes. …

A (Mostly) One-Bowl Banana-Spice Cake With Plenty of Southern Charm

Whether or not you’ve ever actually had a piece hummingbird cake before, you’ve probably seen it on your favorite southern food blog. The quirkily named, cream cheese–slathered banana-spice cake with crushed pineapple and chopped nuts has been gracing the kitchens of southerners for …

Where Has This Nutty, Creamy Yogurt Flavor Been All Our Lives?

I remember one time, when I was little, begging my mom for whipped strawberry yogurt in the supermarket. I can’t remember the year or the brand—early 2000s? Yoplait Whips?—but I remember wanting it—please, <i>please</i>—because I saw a commercial and it looked like yogurt meets mousse meets cloud meets …

A No-Cook Caramel You'll Eat by the Spoonful

Anyone who's made caramel at home might be familiar with some of the associated perils: watching the sugar like a hawk; wondering if it's ready when (seemingly out of nowhere!) angry, volcanic bubbles start climbing up the sides of your pot; futzing with a candy thermometer, questioning its …

20 Ways to Make Black Beans the Star of Your Meal

You'll almost never find our kitchens without a can or two of black beans stocked in the pantry. This versatile ingredient can be used in so many …

Cooking

A Pasta—With Canned Tuna!—That's Better Than George Clooney

<i>As Food52 gets older (and wiser), and our archive of recipes grows, we're making the effort to revisit some gold recipes and pick the brains that invented them. Today, it's not just a recipe, but a dreamscape of a travel essay on one very dishy spaghetti.</i><p>A long time ago, Food52 contributor Cynthia …

How to Make the Creamiest Polenta of Your Life

Polenta is just water and coarse-ground, usually yellow cornmeal. Or is it? There’s salt, too, right? How much? And how much water? Are other liquids okay? Do you combine, then bring to a boil? Or bring to a boil, then combine? Do you really have to stir constantly? What about soaking overnight? …

The Easiest Vegetarian Dinners for Busy Weeknights

When we hear vegetarian dinners, you know what comes to mind? Luscious veggies, tender beans, rich broths, flavorful sauces, and great textures. …

The 10 Most Popular Recipes in March

Almost all of these are weeknight-friendly, ready in 30 minutes or less.<p>March is a weird weather month where one day you’re wearing a parka, and the next you’re contemplating sandals. The most popular recipes of the month were also all over the place, but had one common theme: fast. Our readers …

The Simple-Enough DIY Kimchi That Made Me Ditch the Store-Bought Stuff

Before we begin, I’ll admit I am not Korean, despite being someone who has bucketloads of love for bubbling, lip-burning pots of <i>soondubu jjigae</i> and <i>samgye-tang</i> (ginseng chicken soup), crispy <i>pajeons</i> bursting with scallions and shrimp, or a spread of <i>banchan</i>. Most of all, I love funky, spicy, addictive …

The Garlic Broth Recipe That Brought Me Back to Health

This soup has just three other ingredients, but garlic is the one that matters.<p><i>This story is part of the Healthyish Guide to Feeling Better Already, a collection of recipes, remedies, and distractions to get you back on your feet.</i><p>Before there was this garlic broth, my sick-day cooking was pretty …

Recipes

This Falafel Might Actually Be the “World's Easiest”

Community member Marisa Miller only has two recipes on our site. One is for a bratwurst and celery root soup that sounds quite comforting and captivating, the other is for a falafel with tzatziki sauce that she calls the “world’s easiest.” It’s this second recipe that’s racked up almost 3,000 saves …

Ice Cream

A Luxurious Cream of Mushroom Soup—Without the Cream!

Are you a soup person? I am, without a doubt. Whatever the weather, I find great comfort in soups of all persuasions: a rich chowder to ward off biting winds, a perfectly chilled gazpacho to celebrate summer's tomato bounty, a seafood-studded bouillabaisse for whenever I can get my hands on it. …

Savory Babka with Gruyère, Mozzarella, and Black Sesame Recipe on Food52

• 7 ounces milk (2% or whole)<br>• 2 1/2 teaspoons instant or active dry yeast<br>• 3 cups (360 grams) all-purpose flour<br>• 4 tablespoons (1/2 stick) unsalted butter, softened<br>• 1 egg yolk<br>• 1 teaspoon sugar<br>• 1/2 teaspoon salt<br>• 2 tablespoons Vermont cheddar cheese powder (optional, for more flavor)<br>• 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder …

Recipes

These 14 Instant Pot Recipes Will Knock Your Family's Socks Off — and Won't Cost You More Than $20

Let's be honest, the Instant Pot is a busy parent's BFF. You can make pretty much anything your little heart desires — from rice to seafood to yogurt and beyond — and you don't have to sit around waiting for water to boil or an oven to preheat. So what could be better for moms and dads who have to …

Cooking

The 5 French “Mother” Sauces That Guarantee a Great Meal

Italian Food

This Turmeric Golden Milk Recipe Will Relax Your Mind & Lull You To Sleep

As someone who struggles with insomnia, I'm always trying new sleep remedies and teas to help me get a little more rest at night. Sometimes they …

Foodies Call This the "Most Fantastic Cooking Gadget Ever"—Here's Why

If you've been toying with the idea of investing in a crockpot, pause. Apparently, there's a new device that's gathering a serious cult following and …

Cooking

This Creamy Mushroom Chicken Is a One-Skillet Wonder

Want to end your Monday on a high note? Make this creamy balsamic mushroom chicken. It's a 30-minute, one-skillet meal with crispy bacon as a star …