The trick to browner roasted vegetables that are anything but limp isn't a secret ingredient or special tool—it's time. In Sarah's recent piece about the Maillard reaction (a.k.a. that scientific thing
If you're going to do one ounce of prep this Thanksgiving week, make it this. You know our Parker House Rolls? The fluffy, butter-brushed pull-apart buns of divinity pictured at the top of this page? food
Cozy up to this filling Greek-inspired dish, which turns traditional spanakopita, made with feta, spinach, dill, and scallions, into a one-skillet meal with the addition of chicken and a garlicky gravy.
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Yes, your home looks amazing, but it's not without inconvenience. 1. You walk into any store—low- or high-end—and your favorite item is always the most expensive one. Who knew that little brass tray would
Fruit scones are all very well and good, but now and then, something richer is required. A generous scoop of dark chocolate chunks sweeten a buttermilk-based batter to make these Irish Pantry teatime Recipe
Every week -- often with your help -- Food52's Senior Editor Kristen Miglore is unearthing recipes that are nothing short of genius. Today: You can make baguettes at home -- in 4 hours, from nothing --
Beautifully join two knitting pieces with active stitches together with this helpful kitchener stitch tutorial from the Purl Bee! Ready to give it a try? Head over to the Purl Bee to see how it’s done.