Articles Tagged “kitchen”
Set the stage for your dream kitchen.
In all likelihood, there is an island, or at the very least, counters that go on for miles, on which you chop, dice, and mix. (You set up separate stations for each, just because you can.) There are appliances and tools ready for you at your every mixing and churning whimsy, places to bake, and then to cool, all of your latest creations. And somewhere -- maybe above the stove, maybe beside it -- there are likely copper pots, beautiful and shining and ready to simmer.
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A&M get a lesson in pumpkin carving from the Maniac Pumpkin Carvers.Read More »
This is the final installment in our 3-part series on food science from the Modernist Cuisine team. We're giving away a copy of Modernist Cuisine at Home below, along with some handy equipment for your own Modernist kitchen. We're also selling Modernist Cuisine at Home at an exclusive discount you won't find anywhere else in the Food52 Shop.Read More »
The test kitchen is nothing if not a team effort.Read More »
Merrill shares her favorite way to peel an apple.Read More »
Food education takes a bit leap forward.Read More »
If cakes are the reliable, put-together friend in the world of desserts, caramel is the angsty adolescent.Read More »
Today: Brette starts setting the table, with plates, bowls, and silveware.Read More »
Weeknight cooking, inspired by Bugs Bunny? Jenny explains.Read More »
Baby Clara came to the test kitchen this week to play, eat, and melt our hearts.Read More »