It's an ideal summer treat, loved by kids, cheap, healthy, and insanely easy to make.
These delish treats make the perfect gift for dads and loved ones (and yourself).
Here at Food52, we love recipes -- but do we always use them? Of course not. Because once you realize you don't always need a recipe, you'll make your...
At Food52, we love to grill. In fact, in the summer months, we're often glued to our grill. We cherish it, rely on it, nurture it and use it for ever...
Crock-Pot pulled chicken is basically a blank canvas for brilliance.
When it comes to food, Americans have a real love/hate relationship. We have entire televisions shows -- channels even -- dedicated to it. Making fo...
You can rest easy knowing you're not putting anything bad in your body.
Poor peas. No love for you -- until now.
Eating well, moving, and cooking don't have to be chores. They can compliment each other so you'll have more time to go back to watching TV or whatever you would rather be doing (although once you start moving to the music you may find you prefer that to watching TV).
I always say good BBQ should not require teeth. Soft and ready is my motto!
Derived from the Earl's original beef sandwich, every type of sandwich originated from somewhere by someone.
With a new breakfast section in my upcoming Sweet and Skinny cookbook, I've been thinking lately about ways to make breakfast fun and good for you! One of my favorite recipes is for these simple do it yourself granola bars.
Now that the Polar Vortex is a distant nightmare and the Farmer's Market has begun to show many signs of life, I'm finally ready to dust off my salad bowl and start preparing for summer. And now that Memorial Day is officially upon us, that can only mean one thing: It's time to get grilling.
A common misconception and frequent rebuttal from those reluctant converts to the world of clean eating is that it's too expensive. The belief that it costs more money to eat fruits and vegetables over processed goods that contain more ingredients is far from the truth.
There's much to be said for the so-called Mediterranean diet -- diets low in red meat and high in fish, nuts, vegetables, beans and heart-healthy fats like olive oil. But if that's the diet you want to eat, you certainly aren't going to find it at "Italian" chain restaurants in America.
They're super worldly and make home-cooked meals sexy and delicious.