Articles with Tag matching “Instagram”
It seemed like everything was adorable in the test kichen yesterday. The top three cutest moments? Well, drumroll, please...Read More »
As usual, we spent yesterday hard at work cooking and photographing the recipes you'll be seeing on the site in the weeks to come. While there were no catastrophic messes this week, here are the top three moments from the day.Read More »
Tuesday was another day in the test kitchen, with all the snacks, mishaps, and tiny vegetables you would expect. Here are some snapshots from our day:Read More »
Tuesday was another day of snacking, cooking, and generally having fun on the job in the test kitchen. Here are some highlights of the day's work.Read More »
Yesterday in the test kitchen was busy! You'll be seeing a cavalcade of celery Community Picks so soon, but for now here's a peek into our day.Read More »
It was a happy day in the Test Kitchen yesterday as the FOOD52 team welcomed Merrill back into our Tuesday routines of chopping, stirring, and mixing!
Click through to see more from our day in the test kitchen.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 »
Our associate editor Kristy stopped at Eataly yesterday to pick up some ingredients for today's photoshoot. On the way she spotted these beautiful yellow-orange citrus labeled Weikiwa Tangelo Oranges and stopped to snap a quick Instagram shot with the caption, "Exciting citrus alert! What do you know about these beauties?”
Not too long after, we had an answer! FOOD52er, Instagram user, and biologist roguehousewife shared her knowledge with us:
WEKIWA TANGELO, unusual hybrid between a Sampson Tangelo and an unspecified (we would call it "mystery") grapefruit. The irresistible result is a very juicy tangelo which looks and tastes like a pink grapefruit (red-blushed pulp, yellow rind), but is sweet like a tangerine, and the size of one. Sometimes known as pink tangelo (or "Lavender Gem"), it can be substituted for grapefruit. Easily separated into 12 segments with few seeds. I can't wait to taste these! Fruits ripen in January. Self fertile. Zones 8B-10.
We'll definitely be returning to Eataly to buy these -- and we'll keep using Instagram to share mystery fruits and vegetables to see what we learn!Read More »
I'm really dedicated to packing my lunch for work every day -- it's budget-wise, it's easy, it's healthy, and it keeps me from eating leftovers more often than I want to! So I'm always thrilled when other FOOD52ers pack their lunches, too.
Read more about our three delicious lunches!Read More »