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What is Your Pretzel Preference?

<b>The Radler</b> in Logan Square calls itself a "Bavarian restaurant and beer hall," so you better believe there is a pretzel. In fact, the <b>haus pretzel</b> ($6) is the very first dish on the menu, and if guests order them at anywhere near the frequency that they did while I dined there, then I'm guessing …

Recipes

This is how you easily remove an avocado pit with a chef's knife: http://thekitc.hn/1mCfYJf

5 Things You Should Never Put on Pizza

A plain pizza is one of the world's perfect foods. Bread, cheese, and marinara sauce -- what could be better? Certain toppings really lend themselves to that flavor combination -- pepperoni, for example -- but there are certain foods that really just don't jibe with pizza. We tracked down eight, …

Pizza

How to Make Monkey Bread

I like food that’s casual, a bit messy, and fun to eat with your hands—and monkey bread just happens to fit perfectly into all of these categories.<p>If you’ve never had the pleasure, monkey bread is a sweet bread made of little balls of yeasted dough rolled in butter and spiced sugar, then baked in a …

Baking

How to Make Your Own Nutella

<i>It's always more fun to DIY. Every week at Food52, 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: Unsatisfied with store-bought Nutella, Carey Nershi of Reclaiming Provinicial is making a version that's a bit less sweet, a bit more</i> …

24 Recipes for Artichokes, Both Fresh and Jarred

From dips to tarts, salads to pastas, here are 24 ways to use artichokes (both fresh and jarred) in all their glory.

Cooking

Sunday Brunch: BLT French Toast

<b>Editor's note:</b> Each Saturday morning we bring you a Sunday Brunch recipe. Why on Saturday? So you have time to shop and prepare for tomorrow.<p>I love savory French toast. And when you combine salty, fried, eggy bread with bacon, tomatoes, and fresh, crunchy shredded romaine, you get a brunch that …

This Week in Recipes

Breakfast<p>Bourbon Glazed Pork Chops and Fried Eggs<p>Appetizers and Sides<p>Chipotle Chicken Nachos<br>• Oven-Roasted Tomato Caprese Salad<p>Mains<p>Miso-Charred Mushrooms and Black Rice Salad<br>• Hakka-Style Stir-Fry with Pork and Squid<br>• Butternut Squash Lasagna With Bacon-Braised Greens and Béchamel<br>• Homemade Shin Cup-Style …

Best Thing We Ate: Cuddly Pigs at Goodfriend

4 Easy Ways to Start Grilling With Your Fireplace

It was a typical day on the barbecue trail: a bone-jarring drive halfway across northern Italy -- a small price to pay for what was reputed to be one of the best purveyors of <i>bistecca alla fiorentina</i> (Florentine steak). I was looking forward to real <i>chianina</i> beef (from a slow-maturing breed of …

Wake and Bake: Lemon Rosemary Scones

Before this past week, I hadn't made scones in a while. I'd had some recipe flops that committed the cardinal sins of sconedom: heavy, dense, dry. Blech. I don't want to call out Americans here, but when it comes to scones, sometimes I think we put too much emphasis on sweetness over texture. In …

Fudgy Black Bean Brownies

Black bean brownies may sound extremely unappealing, but I can assure you they are phenomenal. You will not notice the black beans in these, I promise.<p>I put this to the test on my mother-in-law. Now, she usually turns her nose up at my healthy meals and any attempts to make things healthier, lower …

16 Slow-Cooking Recipes for a Slow Weekend

There are the nights when dinner can't come fast enough—when we need a hot meal on the table in less time than it takes to watch an episode of TV in our pajamas (and when we proceed to watch 5 episodes after that). On such nights, we pat ourselves on the back for the fact that we cooked at all.<p>And …

Cooking

26 Reasons You Don't Need Meat At Your Super Bowl Party

There will be cheese. Oh yes. Lots and lots of cheese.

ICYMI: This week's recipes include grown-up Hot Pockets, Sloppy Joes, and a Sunshine Smoothie: http://thekitc.hn/1mCs05a

Tender Pulled Pork from Your Oven

Barbecue aficionados know that a low temperature and long hours are the key to pork shoulder tender enough for pulling. If you don’t have a backyard …

BBQ

31 Cuddly And Delicious Beds Of Polenta

Prepare for warm fuzzy feelings.

Beyond Confit: 10 Must-Try Duck Dishes Across America

Dark Chocolate Waffles

Buttermilk brings slight tang and moisture to the batter, while olive oil offers fruity richness. Choose a mild-flavored (not too peppery) type of oil for these waffles.<p>Ingredients<p>2 cups all-purpose flour<p>½ cup unsweetened cocoa powder<p>¼ cup (packed) brown sugar<p>2 teaspoons baking powder<p>1 teaspoon …

Recipes

17 Reasons To Fill Up On Bread

That bread basket is going down, so shut up.

14 Disappointing Foods That Are Never As Good As You Think They'll Be (PHOTOS)

There's nothing worse than pining for a single dish all day, sitting down at a restaurant, ordering the thing and being miserably disappointed. We'd love to blame this on someone else. We'd love to feel terribly unlucky about the whole thing, but really, we should have known better.<p>While we're …

7 Ways You're Sabotaging Your Soup (PHOTOS)

We love soup here at HuffPost Taste. We like it with pumpkin, and with potato. We like it thick enough to stand a spoon up in. We even like it with our grilled cheese. But what we don't like is when someone makes a bad pot of soup.<p>Soup is a simple dish to make. It doesn't call for complicated …

Recipes

Game Day Eats: 25 Sandwiches, Tacos, and Hearty Mains

GalleryGame Day Eats: 25 Sandwiches, Tacos, and Hearty Mains<p>We've already brought you wings, snacks, and dips galore for your Super Bowl festivities. But what if you want to feed your guests something a little more substantial before kickoff? From hefty grilled cheese sandwiches to meatloafs, …

Orange Is the New Dessert

<i>Every week, baking expert Alice Medrich is going rogue on Food52 -- with shortcuts, hacks, and game-changing recipes.</i><p><i>Today: Winter's most refreshing dessert, in just 3 ingredients.</i><p>This simple recipe for orange slices in caramel has been my go-to for decades.<p>The oranges are sweet but not rich, and …

Recipes

10 Sweet Biscuit Recipes We Love

Gallery10 Sweet Biscuit Recipes We Love<p>Let's be honest, there's no bad time to have a biscuit. These flaky, buttery breads are versatile, and I like them equally split and topped with an egg for breakfast as I do at dinner to sop up gravy.<p>If you haven't experimented with sweet biscuits, I recommend …

This Seven-Course Pizza Features Appetizers, Mains and Dessert

It's often been said that pizza is a whole meal unto itself. After all, if you down three or four slices as you marathon episodes of <i>Law and Order</i> on …

What the Hell Is Filipino Food? Here Are the 7 Dishes You Need to Know

Ramen is losing track of its roots. Thai and Chinese foods are sooooo old news (no, seriously, you might want to throw those leftovers away). As the U.S. looks for its new East Asian food obsession, signs are pointing to a boom in Filipino food, <b>a melting pot cuisine that takes elements of Chinese</b> …