Food52 co-founder Merrill's daughter Clara has quite the appetite -- and it's all Merrill can do to keep up. Armed with her greenmarket bag, a wooden ...
A shaved vegetable salad -- it holds up well, even on the second day. Try sturdy vegetables like fennel, celery, and radishes, then toss them with herbs and dressing. Then add a protein, like tinned fish.
Can we talk Pesto? Fresh homemade pesto that makes your house smell like spring? Fresh homemade pesto that can be eaten hot or cold, served on pasta or salad or french fries or on your shoe?
Oy! Should I have the corned beef, or should I have the pastrami?
The result was quite pleasant, wheaty but not overwhelmingly so.
We're approaching the time of year when I forsake my married name and relive my bachelorette days. No, I'm not craving a sketchy bar hook up -- I'm after my Irish roots and Corned Beef and Cabbage Grilled Cheese.
Food52's Managing Editor Brette Warshaw is throwing no-stress weeknight parties for anyone, anytime, and (almost) every kitchen. You're invi...
It's always more fun to DIY.
Like everyone else in the world, bacon is my favorite food. But cooking it has almost always been problematic.
Staying true the Greek-salad inspiration, I kept this macaroni and cheese lean and mean with a secret ingredient.
Crab Mac, if you haven't had it, is a Monday kind of dish: rich, comforting, and laced with salty bits of crab and prosciutto. It pairs surprisingly well with a radicchio salad, which provides just enough sharpness to offset the creamy pasta.
If you find labels, health claims and dietary advice confusing, you're not alone. Every day it seems as though there's a new study out touting the benefits of eschewing dairy or taking vitamins, only to be trumped by yet a more recent news story that contradicts these directives. What to do?
Part-pastry, part-savory, it could hold its own as an entree but it's actually a surprising dessert.
Sadly, the colonists did not eat the parsnip with the same enthusiasm, and it is still under-appreciated in America, although in Jamestown, in the early seventeenth century, the settlers made a wedding cake with parsnip flour.
The next best thing to a SAD lamp this time of year? A giant bowl of real ramen.
There are macarons and then there are Ladurée macarons.