Thanksgiving desserts can be tough. You want a show-stopper that you can make ahead and will serve a crowd, while sticking to a warming fall theme (AND one that looks amazing on your Thanksgiving table).
Here’s a recipe to keep in your back pocket for picky eaters and hectic weeknights: lip-smacking salty-sweet chicken legs with a side of lemony broccoli, a family favorite from the chef of Loring Place,
This creole/cajun classic is a hearty one-pot that hits the spot like nothing else. And, ingredients-wise, almost anything goes – just don’t stint on the sausage … Jambalaya – one of those dishes that’s
Ingredients 1 cup sugar • 2 tablespoons water • 2 tablespoons light corn syrup • 2 tablespoons butter, softened • 1/4 cup room heavy cream, room temperature • Salt • 3 apples, preferably Granny Smith 1.
When it comes to cooking with Fall produce, the sky is the limit. Try incorporating your favorite Fall vegetables into your breakfast routine by making scrambled eggs with kale and goat cheese, sweet baked
Food52 is a website for home cooks but—shhh—there are chefs among us! And professional chefs are—no surprise here—some of the smartest home cooks we know. Because when your work consists of slicing vegetables
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When you think about cooking with chicken, you probably gravitate toward boneless, skinless chicken breasts. But chicken thighs deserve more of your attention because they're so much more flavorful (dark
Life goals: Eat more avocado. Here are 53 awesome recipes to make it happen. Avocados make just about anything better, from salads to veggie-packed salsas to smoothies. Smear avocados onto toast, mash
You know what's actually pretty frickin' awesome? Cauliflower. You know what's actually pretty frickin' awesome? Cauliflower. It can take on so many flavors, and goes especially great with bright, vibrant
Not as in-your-face as peanuts or almonds, cashews are low-key the most versatile nut in any bowl. Vegans (and non-vegans) would agree. Cashews used to be the nut equivalent of the sad cantaloupe leftover
Charcuterie plates are great, but cured meats can be used in pasta, sandwiches, and more. Cured meat is an instant burst of serious flavor waiting to drop on any and all dishes you dream up. Smoked sausages,
Our favorite recipes—from caramelized chops and slow-braised pork shoulder to spicy enchiladas—are guaranteed to put pork in your weeknight dinner rotation. If chicken and beef are your stand-by meats,