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Jamie Oliver's Chicken in Milk

<i>Every week -- often with your help -- Food52's Executive Editor Kristen Miglore is unearthing recipes that are nothing short of genius.</i><p><i>Today: A one-pot technique for the most tender roast chicken, with the most strangely appealing sauce.</i><p>A chicken and a pint of milk in every pot! I admit it sounds a …

7 Tomato Salads You Can Eat in the Winter

You probably thought that sweet and juicy tomato salads were out of the question until summer, but thanks to an awesome hack, your tomato salad …

The Only Vinaigrette You'll Ever Need

Zach Pollack of Alimento in Los Angeles shares a brilliant trick he learned from chef David Myers for how to give a salad dressing crazy delicious …

Eatsy: Fried Oyster Sliders

I often wonder who was the “first” when it comes to certain foods. For instance, who was the first person to soak cucumbers in vinegar to make pickles? Who was the first person to find an oyster, figure out how to open it, and be brave enough to try it?! I’m grateful for those courageous hunters, …

Top Emerging Travel Hotspots for 2015

<i>By Anisha Shah</i><p><b>WHY VISIT AN EMERGING DESTINATION?</b><p>It is becoming ever easier to travel to remote pockets of the globe. Every year, emerging destinations brimming with travel potential rise in popularity, without the crazy crowds and tourist traps. Places such as the Pacific Islands, Madagascar and …

The 16 Most Bizarre (But Beautiful) Homes We've Ever Seen

As homeowners shift toward more sustainable, off-the-grid, DIY habitats, unique homes are inevitable. Here we look at 16 innovative, bizarre, and one-of-a-kind homes and what makes them stand out<p>As homeowners shift toward more sustainable, off-the-grid, DIY habitats, unique homes are inevitable. …

Rocky Mountains

Holiday cooking hacks: Whipped cream in a jar, muffin tin poached eggs and more

When you have a house full of guests for the holidays and you're trying to feed them all without breaking a sweat, you'd do just about anything to save time, right? Whether you're cooking up brunch, dinner or dessert, Food & Wine magazine test kitchen senior editor Justin Chapple has a time-saving, …

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How To Make Jamie Oliver's Vegan Christmas Feast

Mouthwatering vegan Christmas recipes, exclusively curated by Jamie Oliver for BuzzFeed Life.

17 Ways To Use Just About Everything In Your Kitchen BETTER

These kitchen tricks will make cooking SO much easier. This piece originally appeared on cosmopolitan.com.<p><b>1. Use two plates to safely cut a lot of little tomatoes at once.</b><p>Lay the tomatoes you wish to slice in half on a small plate. Place another plate on top and then run a very sharp knife through …

A Leafy Green Lake House Bathroom

Bill Ingram's cabin-style design.<p>Designed to feel like an enclosed porch, this vintage-feeling bathroom designed by Bill Ingram in Lake Martin, Alabama, features lantern-style light fixtures, hidden medicine cabinets, and freestanding, antique oak washstands.

10 Reasons to Go Color-Crazy in Your Kid's Room

America's legendary drives

With over four million miles of highway, the USA offers more road trips than anyone could tackle in one lifetime. Whether you’re itching to peek into Wild West history, or just longing for a big ol’ soulful dose of nature’s vistas, you’ll find them along America’s backroads and byways. Here are our …

Hiking

6 Chefs’ Riffs on Apple Pie

Chefs love to mess with the classics. Here are six takes on apple pie to try for Thanksgiving.<p>Chefs love to mess with the classics. Here are six …

10 Rooms You Never Knew You Needed

Table Tennis

7 Genius Ways to Use Wallpaper

5 Perfect Pumpkin Recipes Just in Time For the Holidays

<b>1. Perfect Pumpkin Bread</b><p>I've tried many pumpkin bread recipes over the years, but none as good as this one. It's easy -- just a bit of mixing and stirring, pop it in the oven, and, in about an hour, you'll have a house smelling of sweet autumn spices and two scrumptious, pumpkiny loaves. <b>GET THE</b> …

espresso granita with whipped cream

One of my favorite desserts on this planet (yes, we’re going for High Melodrama today, also, it’s that wonderful) is <i>affogato</i>, which translates from …

kale salad with pecorino and walnuts

As someone who has said things like “the world would be a better place if we could all stop pretending that kale tastes good” (on p. 67, in fact) and …

almond-crisped peaches + uk book tour

I hope, if we are going to continue to be good friends, that we can have an implicit understanding that there is no such thing as too many peach …

zucchini parmesan crisps

Sometimes, I think the internet is trying to tell me something. Well, most days, <i>many</i> things, such as why nobody should ever, ever click on a certain …

cauliflower with brown butter crumbs

This site is 7 years, 4 months and 5 days old, which is exactly how long I’ve been meaning to tell you about one of my favorite ways to make …

fennel and blood orange salad

This salad improves winter morale. It’s for times when all of the usual charms of winter — snow that’s fallen like a cashmere blanket over the city …

asparagus-stuffed eggs

Deep in the Julia Child archives, past the <i>boeuf bouguignon</i>, onion soup, jiggling aspics and the patently untrue yarn about the chicken that fell from …

baked eggs with spinach and mushrooms

My brunch arsenal, the dishes I’ve made enough times that they no longer cause any furrowed brows — a core entertaining principle here at House …

avocado cup salads, two ways

I have the most boring thing, ever, to tell you today (and clearly it’s not “how to write an enticing lede”): I tried not to eat bread for a couple …

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Bring a little seafaring flair to your style with these bright, bold bracelets. Inspired by Simone’s sailor’s knot bracelet tutorial, I decided to reimagine this nautical classic. The project itself is very approachable, so even if you’re not an experienced knotter, you’ll be able to cruise through …

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I don’t think that I realized how much I love potato salad until I began brainstorming this recipe. There are so many possibilities where potato salad is concerned, and I wanted to make all of them. A spicy, southwestern-inspired version with peppers and corn; the traditional sweet-tart German …

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Tuna salad was one of the ultimate sandwiches of my childhood — it’s totally nostalgic comfort food for me. Its straightforward satisfaction has carried into adulthood, though now I prefer to use tuna as a blank slate to be filled with a hodgepodge of vibrant ingredients that play off one other and …

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I often wonder who was the “first” when it comes to certain foods. For instance, who was the first person to soak cucumbers in vinegar to make pickles? Who was the first person to find an oyster, figure out how to open it, and be brave enough to try it?! I’m grateful for those courageous hunters, …

The Most Colorful Cities in the World (Photos)

Live the Rainbow<p>No need to rely on just nature to provide a colorful backdrop to your vacation. The streets and skylines of these global cities pop …