Articles Tagged “Lentils”
A grandmother's recipe that belongs to a whole town.Read More »
Beans: the cheap chef's best friend.Read More »
As a defiant response to Sad Desk Lunches, the Food52 team works to keep our midday meals both interesting and pretty -- even if they're eaten while our eyes are on the screen. Each week, we'll be sharing our happiest desk lunches -- and we want to see yours, too.
Today, Kristen relies on office pantry staples to turn two simple ingredients into an elegant, satisfying lunch.
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We want to lighten things up, but we still need something warming and a bit hearty to keep us going after a long day -- enter two wintry vegan comfort foods.Read More »
Today: Amanda makes an easy, wholesome weeknight dinner -- is she feeling ok?
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Watch Cleo and Julia make Cauliflower + Red Lentil Curry.Read More »
This is just to say, that we’d like to start the day off a little differently than we normally do. Today, we have a food poem for you. Read it while you sip your morning coffee. Don’t worry, we have plenty of news (and tips, and recipes) to come, but for now, enjoy these words spun about harvest and sustenance and lentils. It’s a great way to wake up.
A Pot of Lentils from The Poetry Foundation
We're pleased to announce a new biweekly column from the author of the blog Choosing Raw: Gena Hamshaw eats a mostly raw, vegan diet without losing time, money, or her sanity. Let her show you how to make "rabbit food" taste delicious and satisfying every other Thursday on Food52.
Today: It's easy being green -- especially with Gena's raw kale and lentil salad.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 »
What are Walker and Addie having for lunch today? Today there's a Mediterranean theme: lentils and bulgur with caramelized onions, a stuffed grape leaf, cucumber salad, and labne. Dessert is Champagne mango -- those sunny yellow cousins of the larger red-and-orange mangoes you're used to -- cut into cubes. A great early spring lunch!Read More »