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Brette waxes poetic about measuring spoons and cups.Read More »
The only problem? You're all amazing! We couldn't pick just one -- and there's no prize, anyway -- so we thought we'd highlight all our favorites. You all blew us away with your eloquent words -- add "poet" to the list along with "home cook"!Read More »
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 »
The Olympics may be over (and the Summer Food Fights, too) but that somehow our competitive urges still haven't ebbed away. That's why we're announcing the Feed52 Haiku Contest.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: tomatoes.
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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