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With a schedule full of recipes for various columns -- Jenny's in the Kitchen, Genius, New Veganism, and more -- we set to work in the test kitchen well-fueled by Amanda's Nespresso machine. Here are three favorite moments from the day. (Don't worry: we have both on-the-job snacking and adorable children covered.)Read More »
Filet mignon has a midlife crisis, and stops being so boring.Read More »
This is the fifteenth 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 teaches us to take care of our tomato plants, prune them fearlessly, and trellis them with simple household supplies.Read More »
There are sandwiches, and there are sandwiches.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 »
The one kitchen gadget Brette needs for her kitchen.Read More »
Please join us in welcoming the FOOD52 team's newest member: Real Time Farms co-founder and former Google engineer Karl Rosaen is our new VP of Technology!Read More »
Jenny's got an easy dinner-party dessert that will keep you cool, no ice cream maker required.Read More »
Rainbow hued and super seasonal, this week's Dinner Tonight has a gracious elegance that might just inspire a little pinky's-up behavior.Read More »
Did you know that melons are in the same family -- Cucurbitaceae -- as cucumbers, winter squash, and zucchini? Their leaves, flowers, and stems are all similar, though of course the end product is very different. (And no, you can't cross-pollinate a pattypan squash with a honeydew!) Today we're talking all about melons, to give you plenty to think about next time you lug one home from the farmers' market.Read More »