The 40-second egg, and the perfect Mother's Day bonding experience.Read More »
"Hotline is the site's popular Q&A service, where cooks consult other cooks about anything, anytime (like what to do with a broken mayonnaise or how to substitute buttermilk in biscuits)." - Tejal Rao, VillageVoice.comRead More »
"It takes vision to realize you have something valuable, and that’s exactly what Co-Founders Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs had when they realized they had created a robust community of food lovers, recipe makers and at-home chefs for their crowdsourced cookbook." - Kate Brodock, Forbes.comRead More »
"In a recent interview with GigaOM, Hesser laid out how Food52 plans to become a central clearinghouse for cooking questions and food knowledge throughout the Web — sort of aQuora or Yahoo Answers for food." - Kevin Fitchard, GigaOm.comRead More »
We love the profiles of food world leaders and their real-life kitchens in Pantry Confidential, and this time they've picked Alaina Browne, General Manager over with our friends at Serious Eats. Her short interview is inspiring: she talks about her favorite ingredients (she always adds more ginger than is called for), her culinary inspirations (her Chinese mother and Indian mother-in-law), and the best places to shop for spices in NYC (Kalustyan's and Dual Speciality).Read More »
Call dibs on the Spring Allium recipe you'd like to test!Read More »
Last weekend, all over the country, 30 groups of FOOD52ers gathered together to make mozzarella from scratch at our very first Make Mozzarella Potluck – and we couldn’t be more grateful.Read More »
A mid-May Sunday brunch transported to simple, mid-week meal.Read More »
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This is the ninth in our biweekly series from Amy Pennington – urban farmer, founder of GoGo Green Garden, and author of Urban Pantry and Apartment Gardening – on how to start growing your own food, no matter how tiny your garden-to-be is.
Today: Amy gets us started on our herb gardens in outdoor beds and in pots -- with some Destiny's Child lyrics thrown in there, too.
Happy May Day! I switched gears this week and decided we needed to chat about herbs instead of intensive gardening techniques. Herbs should be planted now and will really make your kitchen sing. Additionally, this is a great project for anyone with either a yard or a small balcony. Stay tuned next week when we get back on track, but for now, read on so that your kitchens are always stocked and your garden is always in bloom.Read More »