Cooking seafood can seem like a big production, and dealing with skin-on, bone-in fish or scrubbing shells can be kind of daunting. But cooking seafood can also be quick and easy, with rewarding, flavorful
Let's be honest: No one ever eats a salad for the lettuce. Let's be honest: No one ever eats a salad for the lettuce. And that's why we're sharing these recipes, all of which skip the greens all together.
Every week, we find quick and delicious weeknight dinners—complete with a brief overview and grocery list—to take some of the effort off of your meal planning. Tonight: P.M. is the new A.M. Take a cue
Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun. Today: Make natural sugars a flavorful, exciting part of your
Recipes This bountiful dish is eaten for lunch every day by the world's longest-lived family, the Melises. Could a simple, inexpensive and easy-to-make soup help you live longer? It's certainly worth try
What is it about politicians and their inability to eat with their hands? First New York City mayor Bill de Blasio committed a cardinal sin by eating a slice of pizza with a fork and knife. Now, UK Prime
Just because the weather's warming up doesn't mean you have to put away the soup pot. These spring soup recipes are light, refreshing, and make the best of the season's produce. Just because the weather's
You know how some people are obsessed with stamp collections or fantasy football teams? Well, we're obsessed with cookbooks. Here, we'll talk them. Today: Robyn Lea, author of Dinner with Jackson Pollock,
If you haven't tried tsoureki before, then you are certainly missing out! An easy recipe for "tsoureki": sweet bread with olive oil, so much taste and full of flavor, so light and above all... healthy!
I am from northern Germany, right by the Danish border. I grew up with the North and Baltic Sea in front of me—I was raised by the water. As a child, when I would vacation with my parents, I would always
Why does this gyokuro tea cost $1000 a pound? [Photograph: Vicky Wasik] Tell me if this has happened to you. You're in some sort of specialty shop—an antiques dealer, maybe, or an electronics store—and
Every week—often with your help—Food52's Executive Editor Kristen Miglore is unearthing recipes that are nothing short of genius. Today: The 10 Genius Recipes you've loved most (ever!). With the Genius
Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun. Today: KatieQ shows us how to turn avocado slices into crispy
This recipe includes mushrooms instead of lamb parts that are customarily used and it's another "version" of magiritsa... lighter and healthier! The traditional Greek Easter soup is called "Magiritsa"
This week, to celebrate the launch of the Genius Recipes cookbook, we're taking a look back at a few of our Genius Recipes cooks. There is an undeniable genius behind the well-executed vegetables, open-armed
Goth rocker Marilyn Manson visited a Denny's in Alberta, Canada where he did indeed receive a Grand Slam, just to his face. According to E! News, the 46-year-old musician was in town to play a concert.
If you are an avowed meat-eater then Bloomfield is just the person to make you fall in love with veggies. For more food drink and travel videos visit www.potluckvideo.com April Bloomfield is a British
Nuke your way to a frothy cappuccino. Your microwave can do much more than reheat the pathetic remains of last night's burrito, which you only didn't finish because you fell asleep mid-bite. This hack-tastic
Don't knock it 'til you try it. Tuna fish salad can go very wrong, but done right, it's a comforting classic. Like all food worth arguing over, tuna salad can be made a variety of ways and everyone has
The Plate Here in the U.S., we love our sushi rolls, ramen, and carryout Chinese. This means, of course, that we’re pretty familiar with chopsticks—if not totally adept at using them. But beyond the knack
It's time to make fika part of your daily routine. Coffee culture is a beautiful thing the world over. In Italy, cappuccinos are only meant for the morning and in Vietnam, coffee comes with a thick layer
As the weather warms, a tea-drinker's fancy turns not just to flavor but to refreshment. Luckily, unique and enchanting carbonated teas have begun to flow from top taps around the nation. Whether it's
We're in a golden age for indie food magazines. Here are five of our favorites. We're in a golden age of independent food magazines, and the section of our bookshelf dedicated to them runneth over. At
The food world is full of thoughtful, inspiring minds, but few come close to the creative power of elBulli inventor and chef Ferran Adrià. One of the broadest and most confusing thinkers of our day — in
The Plate Would Americans have won independence from Britain without rum? Probably not. On the eighteenth of April in 1775, Paul Revere–who gets a lot of credit for his famous midnight ride because Henry
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. Today: Shelly West of Vegetarian 'Ventures shows us to