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This preparation of the "other white meat" imparts an appetizing seared surface and a sufficiently tender and succulent interior.
One of the Accidental Locavore's favorite salads, not easily found outside of France, is celery root remoulade.
In this recipe, the garlic and ginger shine through, but the overall taste is not spicy.
What is it about turning something into a chip that makes it so irresistible?
I like my pumpkin a little gingery and filled with spices.
Tips for smooth, stress-free cake frosting.
Our favorite ways to get the most out of our ice cube trays.
I threw my first "grown-up, from soup to nuts" dinner party when my daughter Ruby was three months old. The occasion was a surprise birthday party for...
Caviar is a slippery subject in more than one way.
Not too sweet, apple essence in every bite, and paired with classic spices, these individual treats are excellent for anytime of the day.
Ten gooey, sticky, crunchy, decadent candies to be made at home.
Plus, the best Dutch Pancake recipe you'll ever eat.
They're so delicious, none of your buddies will suspect they're gluten-free, let alone, er, healthy.
All you need is a bowl, a whisk, and a few ingredients we're betting you have on hand already.
Every week on Food52, Senior Editor Kristen Miglore digs up Genius Recipes -- the ones that make us rethink cooking myths, get us talking, and change...