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Announcing the Food52 + Terrain Partnership

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Today marks the official launch of our new partnership with terrain. We’ll admit we’ve had a collective crush on them for quite some time now, and we’re very excited to announce this collaboration.

At Food52, we love finding products for our Provisions shop that are both beautiful and useful -- and terrain's marketplace abounds with pieces that marry the two. Their site is brimming with gorgeous kitchen and outdoor tools that make everyday living and cooking simpler and more fun.

In that spirit, we’re announcing our first product collaboration: a kitchen herb garden trough. Created exclusively for Terrain in partnership with Food52, this kitchen herb garden contains four varieties of edible herbs in a windowsill-ready metal trough. Each garden of flat leaf parsley, lemon thyme, silver thyme, and spearmint is naturally cultivated without pesticides or herbicides, and includes three recipe cards with ideas for using your freshly grown herbs.

We hope it will help you embrace the warm sunny change in season, whether you’re planning your next dinner party, or hunting for the perfect gift.

Shop the garden trough here -- and keep a lookout for even more to come from our new partnership, including Food52 recipes served at the brand new Terrain café (sneak peek below!).


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7 months ago Carlita

Would love to know if orchid planters on wall are also for sale there...


12 months ago Teresa Leung

Where is this Terrain cafe? It look so beautiful!


over 1 year ago mcs3000

Cool partnership. Food52 recipes served @ the Terrain café. Yes, pls!


over 1 year ago sexyLAMBCHOPx

sexyLAMBCHOPx is a trusted home cook.

Been to Terrain (the restaurant) Hope they ironed out there kinks because their patio is great for lunch although incredibly expensive and the portion size. I love restaurants with a shop; I always eat and make a purchase.


over 1 year ago Emily_JK

Yes! This is a match made in heaven.