Jenny finds a recipe to get her through a sleepover party.Read More »
March Madness has arrived, and with it comes the universal obsession with brackets as basketball fans predict the outcome of each game in the men’s NCAA tournament. But, brackets aren’t just for basketball. They extend far beyond, into the epicurean world.
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Walker and Addie are two lucky FOOD52ers -- this week's round of testing for our canned fish Community Picks left them flush with options for lunchtime.
Here they're having Sagegreen's Herbed Ricotta and Anchovy Crostini and Halfpint's Lemony Sardine Pate with multigrain bread, Tricuits, and knäckebröd from IKEA. What about after their meal? Says Amanda, "Because it seemed like a vaguely Swedish menu, Swedish fish for dessert!"
Which of our Community Picks would you make for a weekday lunch?Read More »
We'll be featuring some of our favorite food blogs here on Feed52 -- today we're looking at Just 5 More Minutes with our Airstream, a blog by Monica Bennett about her family's travels in their 25-foot Airstream, which they take along behind their truck on adventures all over the country.
Read more to learn all about this tiny kitchen and the mouthwatering meals that come out of it!Read More »
See the Canned Fish recipes selected as Community Picks.Read More »
St. Patrick gets spring fever: A corned beef and cabbage feast that's untraditional in all the right places.Read More »
It was a rollicking day in the test kitchen. Click through to see a handful of shots from our day of chopping, cooking, photographing, and of course eating!Read More »
Have you bought your Brooklyn Brew Shop beer brewing kit yet? If you've watched Amanda learn to make beer, you know that brewing is full of jargon to describe very specific stages of the beer making process. We've collected our top 5 basics below -- try tossing these around next time you visit your local bottle shop.
1. Mash - This is just a mix of grains (mostly malted barley and wheat) and water. It looks like porridge, or oatmeal, or...well, mash. After it's simmered, you mash out by bringing it to a certain temperature (this is called mashing out). Then you're on to the next fancy word.
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From his first day of culinary school to his family dinner table, Tom muses on bread baking.Read More »