Liz Chia

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The Art of Honest Fried Chicken (A Lifestyle Choice)

<i>Sunday Dinners comes to us from our own chef/photojournalist/farmer/father figure Tom Hirschfeld, featuring his stunning photography and Indiana farmhouse family meals.</i><p><i>Today: The slow art of fried chicken -- with 12 tips and a master recipe.</i><p>Frying chicken, at its best, is a state of mind formed …

Cooking

Basic Tips For Weekly Cleaning

Regardless how hard you try to keep the house clean every day, you still need to spend one day at the end of the week cleaning the whole place. If …

Thai iced coffee recipe

Presentation is important: sweetened condensed milk is gently poured over a spoon resting atop the iced black coffee to achieve a layered effect.<p>Makes 2 servings<p><b>4 cardamom pods (or substitute ½ teaspoon ground cardamom)<br>45g coarsely ground dark-roasted coffee<br>475ml boiling water<br>Sugar to taste<br>Ice<br>75 ml</b> …

2012 Valentine Love Project

One of the sweet things about going through Grandma's house this past Christmas was the wonderful pile of family photographs that we discovered. Up …

SPOOKtacular DIY Halloween Projects - Pt. 1 // Hostess with the Mostess®

<b>Jennifer Carver from</b> The Carver Crew <b>is here today with a MAJOR amount of crafty Halloween inspiration to share!</b> She and friend/”crafty side-kick”</b> …

100+ Back to School Ideas: Cupcakes, Desserts, Crafts, Tips and more

Time to head back to school! If you haven’t started already, the time is probably creeping up on you pretty quickly. Over the last couple weeks, we …

Dessert

30 Kitchen Cabinet Tips & Tricks

Whether you have a tiny counter in the corner or a gourmet space fit for a chef, the kitchen is the center of any home. Updating your kitchen …

Recipe: The Best Blue Crab Mac & Cheese

When you think of good food in NYC, you probably don't think, "Oh, let's go to Herald Square." At least I don't. I mean, its kind of a wasteland of chain restaurants and department stores. I appreciate my NY street meat every once in a while, but I certainly don't think of the area as a destination …

Comfort Food

5 Spring Sangria Recipes To Try | Glitter Guide

Spring is here—and we’ll <i>certainly</i> raise a glass to that! We suggest welcoming this glorious season with a refreshing glass of sangria. We’ve rounded …

Raspberry Lime Sangria Popsicles

1<p>Add the 6 ounces of raspberries to a small sauce pan, sneaking a few. I mean, raspberries are freaking in season and these organic berries are …

How to Make Cold-Brewed Coffee

<i>Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating of our kitchens easier and more fun.</i><p><i>Today: We're re-running one of our summertime favorites because cold brew really is the easiest coffee method out there—as simple as one, two, steep.</i><p>Cold-brewed …

Confessions of a Culinary Student: Breading for the Perfect Fried Crust

<b>Curious about cooking? High-pressure culinary school requires a lot of time and money. We asked present and former culinary students for their No. 1</b> …

Vegetable Tian

While browsing through Facebook on a lazy Sunday morning, I recently came across a mouth-watering recipe for <i>Vegetable Tian.</i><p>Sign up for my email …

Confessions of a Culinary Student: How to Get the Crispiest Skin

<b>Curious about cooking? High-pressure culinary school requires a lot of time and money. We asked present and former culinary students for their No. 1</b> …

Root Beer Float Bars

As a kid, root beer floats were synonymous with summer vacation. Sure, once in a while my parents would let me order it at diners and ice cream …

How to Tell Love from Lust: A Timeless 1929 Litmus Test from E.B. White and James Thurber

In 1927, E. B. White pulled some strings at <i>The New Yorker</i>, where he had been working since shortly after the legendary magazine’s birth in 1925, and arranged for his friend <b>James Thurber</b> to be hired as an editor. Over the decades that followed, Thurber would go on to produce some of the magazine’s …

Michael Lewis on Writing, Money, and the Necessary Self-Delusion of Creativity

The question of why writers write holds especial mesmerism, both as a piece of psychological voyeurism and as a beacon of self-conscious hope that if we got a glimpse of the innermost drivers of greats, maybe, just maybe, we might be able to replicate the workings of genius in our own work. So why …

The next food trends predicted by travel writers

Climb aboard the food trend train: what’s cool today will be passé tomorrow. New food trends arrive on the scene every year, whether you’re ready for them or not. Some will be local foods cast into the spotlight by changing tastes, novel techniques or a hefty dose of whimsy, but most will be …

Sous-vide Cooking

Murder, intrigue, and the mysterious origins of vodka

We’ve mixed it with OJ, hidden it in flasks, refilled parents’ bottles with water. But where did vodka come from?<p>Take a good look at the vodka section of your local liquor store. On the upper shelves you’ll find shimmering glass bottles of all shapes and sizes originating from every corner of the …