Articles Tagged “sage”
It's a lunchbox cocktail party for Walker and Addie this week, with crudités, cheese, and olives all ready for the snacking. Here's Amanda with the specifics:
I believe in the occasional snacky lunch. For this one I packed soppressata, Castelvetrano olives, Red Leicester cheese, ricotta salata, and purple carrots. To go with, whole wheat bread, a British cheese cracker, and roasted pumpkin seeds.
(No Grüner Veltliner for this set, but we wouldn't pass on a glass to accompany this meal!)Read More »
A primer on cured meats.Read More »
We're officially heading in a winterly direction and that means it's time to crank up the oven and get roasting.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.
With temperatures cooling, the way we cook is changing: rather than just sprinkling some sea salt on a fresh heirloom tomato, it's the season for caramelized onions, roasted vegetables, soup, and...lots of herbs.
This week, we tackle the question: What's your favorite herb? Our answers are pretty divisive -- everyone has their favorite. Here they are, in order of popularity.
Did we miss your favorite herb -- tarragon, parsley, marjoram, or anything else? Let us know in the comments!Read More »
Giving new meaning to the term is this ridiculous video from parody group Sausage Party, which recreates the trailer for the upcoming blockbuster The Dark Knight Rises using...hot dogs. In the video above, see Christian Bale as you've never seen him before… as a piece of (tasty, tasty) meat. Sure, it's silly, but it takes serious creativity to make a wiener emote. Give them all an Oscar (Mayer)!
We love it, but do you think it's the wurst? And as always, packed meat puns are more than welcome in the comments.
The Dark Knight Rises Trailer Reimagined With Hot Dogs, Ponies from Grantland
Merrill and her husband spend some quality time with friends over a home-cooked meal.Read More »
Winter vegetables get to pretend it's springtime.Read More »