A quick and easy vegetarian Tunisian chickpea soup flavored with onion, cumin, garlic, and lemon juice. [Photograph: Mollie Katzen] In her new cookbook, The Heart of the Plate, Mollie Katzen shares many
Stew is the food equivalent of a roaring fire and a cozy blanket. Stews are one of those dishes that will never stir up excitement. There's nothing glamorous about them; no way to make them feel fancy.
Here are 16 noodle soups to make for dinner tonight and every night. It's cold, and you could use a pick-me-up. Like, say, a steaming bowl of tender noodles, meat, and vegetables floating in hot broth.
Why limit yourself to plain latkes when you can have these great flavors? [Photographs: Vicky Wasik] Pure, unadulterated, old-school latkes are a thing of wonder. Done right, they're crisp and lacy on
[Photographs: Vicky Wasik, J. Kenji López-Alt] If your extended family only gets together for dinner a couple times a year, you should make each meal count with a show-stopping centerpiece. This holiday
The chicken fingers of our childhood were glorious sticks of white breast meat, coated in a dubious, yet totally delicious breading that contained who-knew-what but got fried in oil so it didn't matter.
Move over, ramen. Udon's in the house. Ramen may be everyone's favorite Japanese noodle soup these days, but just because it's the trendiest doesn't mean it's the best. We're huge fans of ramen -- don't
Every Tuesday, Italian expat Emiko Davies is taking us on a grand tour of Italy, showing us how to make classic, fiercely regional dishes at home. Today: Do as the Romans do and slow-cook whole endives
Chef Alex Bois is churning out some of the country's best bread and bagels. We get a look inside his process Welcome to Out of the Kitchen*, our ongoing exploration of America’s coolest food artisans.
Israeli couscous has bigger pearls than Moroccan couscous, and it still cooks very quickly, adding heartiness and texture to this soup. The meatballs also make a delicious dinner on their own, served a
You couldn't get through fall without it. Of all the soup recipes there are to choose from out there, lentil soup is the most unassuming. It's not as popular as tomato and not as flashy as French onion,
Author Notes: Ruggedly handsome and mysterious, this is a potato soup that leaves the cock-a-leekies and chowders of the world to quietly play cards, while it goes traveling solo through Andalucia on moped.
Every week, Caroline Wright creates simple, civilized recipes for Food52 that feed four -- for under $20, in under 20 minutes. Today: A vegetable soup that can stand alone. Winter larder vegetables --
From unpretentious fried fish tacos in Baja, Mexico, to the foraged tasting menu at Copenhagen's Noma (the best restaurant in the world), we found 43 meals that are worth traversing the planet for. Foodies
[Photographs: Jennifer Latham] Let's face it, there are some skills that are just cool to have. Being able to weld things, very cool. Ability to moonwalk? Always cool. And being able to turn everyday into
You're probably not interested in drinking it in the slightest, so how can you repurpose it? Bring it into the kitchen. Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that
Sliced steak, tomatoes, and red onions with plenty of herbs and fried lemongrass in a spicy Thai dressing. [Photographs: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt] The word "salad" takes on a pretty broad meaning in Thailand.
This is one curry with plenty of umami! 1. Beef Miso Curry This beef miso curry is light compared to the classic Japanese curry but packs a punch with flavors ranging from sweet, sour and savory. This
This make-ahead chickpea salad takes on plenty of dill flavor as it sits overnight. [Photographs: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt] Me, love chickpeas? Wherever did you get that idea? Was it perhaps because I've published
Author Notes: A fresh take on the classic wedge salad, with Napa cabbage, crisp apples, red onion, and a robust, creamy buttermilk Parmesan dressing. Serves: 4 to 6 For the buttermilk Parmesan dressing: