Articles Tagged “melon”
It’s time to take your kiwifruit out of the fruit salad.Read More »
Head to your local farmers market and stock up on these 7 types of produce before summer is over.Read More »
Your unripe melon isn't destined for the compost bin after all -- the Hotline has ideas to put it to good use.Read More »
Who says you can only have good watermelon in the summer?Read More »
The most refreshing drink for your sunny picnics and barbecues doesn't have alcohol or sugar -- just vinegar, of course.Read More »
Every Friday, we’re mixing things up with a different kind of food writing. More specifically, food poetry to be read slowly, over your morning coffee. This week, a summer fruit we can still get our hands on.
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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.
While we prepare our favorites from your haiku this week, we thought we'd share our own -- the FOOD52 staff (and Amanda's husband Tad, who wanted in on the fun) put on our thinking caps this week to bring you our best 17-syllable poems. The results were surprising -- we have more than one closet poet among us!Read More »
Did you know that melons are in the same family -- Cucurbitaceae -- as cucumbers, winter squash, and zucchini? Their leaves, flowers, and stems are all similar, though of course the end product is very different. (And no, you can't cross-pollinate a pattypan squash with a honeydew!) Today we're talking all about melons, to give you plenty to think about next time you lug one home from the farmers' market.Read More »
An aspirational meal from a stuck-in-the-city New Yorker.Read More »
Today's lunch is barley with Mint-Pistachio Pesto (a Your Best Recipe with Mint finalist!) and crumbled feta. In Amanda's words: "Kids love mix-ins! And watermelon. Because it's summer, and kids deserve to eat lots of watermelon when it's in season."Read More »