Let us take a moment to demystify whey and share some great uses for it.Read More »
The advice I give to aspiring food writers has sharply and suddenly changed. Here's why.Read More »
Last October, the FOOD52 community came together to celebrate the release of our cookbook -- and the subsequent potlucks were quite the festive events. We love it when our digital community gets together in the real world, and we want to do it all over again: we're thrilled to announce our Make Mozzarella Potlucks, sponsored by California Olive Ranch and scheduled for the weekend of April 20, 2012.
Learn more about the potlucks and how you can join!Read More »
The voting is on in our Your Best Maple contest. While we wait for the votes to come in, here are some facts and figures about everyone's favorite pancake topping.Read More »
The challenge: a four-course dinner menu, entirely plant-based, and appropriately substantial for the season.Read More »
What's in the twins' lunchboxes this week? Take it away, Amanda:
Roasted asparagus and haricots verts, chopped, and topped with wide shavings of pecorino and diced smoked ham. I like to cut things into small bits so they can scoop it up with a spoon, and then use the same spoon for the Fage (whole milk!) yogurt with honey. Oh, and whole grain bread on the side, cut into kid-size triangles.
Looks delicious!Read More »
Jenny finds a surprising snack to serve when guests show up.Read More »
A dressing that will push you to your limits, and make you beg for more.Read More »
Today we're sharing our favorite egg-poaching technique, which Amanda lovingly calls "The Control-Freak Method."Read More »
We're celebrating the artisans, writers, makers, and more who make up the diverse and inspiring world of food.
Today: Cathy Erway of Not Eating Out in New York shares a busy Friday with Supply Chain, from Fairway to the chicken coop to the kitchen.
Cathy Erway is the author of The Art of Eating In: How I Learned to Stop Spending and Love the Stove, which chronicled her two years of cooking from scratch. She blogs at Not Eating Out in New York and hosts the weekly podcast Let's Eat In, interviewing subjects on all things home-cooked. She currently works at Sixpoint Brewery in Brooklyn, where she keeps egg-laying hens on a rooftop garden (if you love Canal House Cooks Lunch, don't miss Lunch at Sixpoint!), and writes for The L Magazine, Edible Brooklyn, and the Huffington Post.Read More »