Heather Baird of Sprinkle Bakes shows us how to make a childhood favorite from scratch -- with enough to share.Read More »
Drink well -- without the price tag -- by following cues about the vineyard, the label, and the location.Read More »
Gena is boldly going where no Food52 column has gone before: she's cooking tempeh. And you are, too.Read More »
A fresh, springy take on a Chinese staple soup -- for under $20, in under 20 minutes.
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Our test kitchen tends to get hectic. We do our best to run a tight ship, but we're often prepping, cooking, and shooting multiple dishes at once; we're like a troupe of unicyclists trying to juggle swords while taming a lion or two. In other words, we'll take all the help we can get.
This week, we took on a temporary intern and did our best to keep our messes contained -- or at least out of sight. See our favorite outtakes from the week, and follow us on Instagram for more.Read More »
You've got a bundle of celery in the back of your crisper drawer. (Go check. You do.) This is what you should do with it.Read More »
In his new book, Baby Meets World, Nicholas Day sheds a new light on infancy and those mysterious little creatures we call babies. As an excuse to read more of his hilarious writing, we asked him to tell us a little more about babies, share his go-to dinner strategies, and write a haiku.Read More »
We came, we saw, we milked a cow.Read More »