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See some of the menus that Food52 community members have planned using our Thanksgiving menu tool.Read More »
Our community is organizing a secret swap for the holiday season -- sign up and join the fun!Read More »
In Sandy's wake, the Food52 team cooked for the community of Gerritsen Beach.Read More »
Each week in Kickstarter Love, Feed52 will feature a Kickstarter project that focuses on food and the community. Basically, it's about cool people doing cool things with food. This week, spreading urban heirloom gardening across the US.Read More »
We're doing something a little different with our Your Best Recipe with Vanilla recipe contest. Thanks to our friends at Heilala Vanilla, now in the Food52 Shop, we're thrilled to be offering our contest winner a gift bag of fantastic vanilla products -- beans, extract, paste, syrup, and sugar!Read More »
Lucky members of the Food52 staff get to spend photo shoots in Amanda’s beautiful kitchen -- in between takes of Glazed Shrimp and baking sheet styling, we get to daydream while looking at the shelves stocked with antique milk pots, Dansk casseroles, and the myriad of kitchen tools we’d be proud to hang above our stoves.
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Today we announced our Your Best Ice Cream contest -- it's time to get stirring, mixing, and freezing! And for the contest winner, we have something special planned...Read More »
We're doing something a little different with our Your Best Soy recipe contest. Thanks to our friends at the Japanese Culinary Arts Network, we're thrilled to be offering our contest winner a hand-forged Japanese knife from Kikuichi Cutlery.Read More »
Eating your way around the world may seem like a daunting task, but it's exactly what husband and wife Jesse Friedman and Laura Hadden are doing - right in their own backyard in Brooklyn. The couple recently founded United Noshes, a project to prepare a meal from each of the 194 United Nations memebers of the world. The couple carefully sources ingredients and researches traditional cooking methods for each meal, meant to be shared with friends old and new. Their photo-filled blog catalogues each meal, and a recent meal from Cameroon included "poulet DG," a chicken curry dish with vegetables, along with cassava and corn mush, steamed pea cakes, fried plantains and a homemade spicy pepper sauce. One year in, they've completed 39 meals (they cook through the countries in alphabetical order), and expect the whole project to take about six years total.
Realizing not everyone is able to eat this well, the project asks guests to make donations to the United Nation's World Food Program USA. As of last May, they've already donated over $6,000! If you're interested in advising the couple on a country you're familiar with, or just want to attend a dinner, you can sign up for their newsletter.Read More »