The best-yet recreation of a traditional Roman recipe with American ingredients -- and why crushed ice belongs in your salad.Read More »
Articles Tagged “genius”
A one-pot technique for the most tender roast chicken, with the most strangely appealing sauce.Read More »
The ten Genius Recipes you liked best in 2014. (We liked them too.)Read More »
A last-minute, 2-ingredient DIY host gift -- or a party trick for your own New Year's celebration. Either way, you'll start 2015 making an impression.Read More »
A potato gratin that cooks in half the time, can be made ahead, and -- best of all -- lets you have control all the way through.Read More »
It's time to deepen your relationship with olive oil.
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Add some genius to your Thanksgiving table.Read More »
Treat your frittatas better, just like you do all your other eggs. They will serve happy holiday crowds (or make nice lunches for you) in return.Read More »
A just-crazy-enough-to-work technique for outsmarting dry turkey.
You'll be hearing from the staff at FOOD52 every week in Too Many Cooks, our group column in which we pool our answers to questions about food, cooking, life, and more.
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