The more we cook, the more our recipes tend to scatter. Here are your best ways to organize them into one place.
Here is a meat that asks only that you leave it be, weighed down by a brick (or otherwise heavy object).
Although Sarma is quite vocal about her animal views on social media forums, she does not want to isolate anyone interested in even just trying a raw and/or vegan diet.
Everyone needs a new favorite cake. Here's yours.
Candied bacon that's low carb? Wha-what?
White meat or dark meat, you just can't lose. Here are your strategies for a perfectly roasted chicken.
Cold, rain, snow, sleet, and wind may not delay the mail but they can sure delay the meal.
I've never seen this done before, nor do I believe anyone ever has done it before.
"I look at food as art -- my plate is the canvas and the food my color pallet. I use the texture, color and flavor of food to bring to life the story of the dish."
Every other Friday on Food52, Yossy Arefi from Apt. 2B Baking Co. shares dessert projects that demand a little extra time and effo...
You don't have to take a trip to the fro-yo store to enjoy fluffy, chewy mochi.
Even if you aren't all in, these three-ingredient chocolate hearts are worth your attention. No cookie cutters required -- just crispy cereal, coconut, chocolate and a willingness to get messy with melted goodness.
You could squeeze in at a fancy restaurant. Or, you could put on your apron and whip up an even more delicious meal at home.
We're all familiar with the classic children's snack of ants on a log, which consisted of celery, peanut butter and raisins (or chocolate chips as a treat). Well, think of this as the adult version!
This Valentine's Day, consider toasting your sweetheart with sparkling cider, then sharing a big salad, roasted vegetables with hummus, some crusty bread, and this easy, make-ahead collards recipe. You'll be well fueled for whatever other delights come to mind.
A vegan spin on sloppy Joes? This may be your first.