Articles Tagged “spice”
Put time into dinner now, and you can make it last forever -- or at least the whole week. Welcome to Halfway to Dinner, where we show you how to stretch your staples every which way.
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We're sitting down with our favorite writers and cooks to talk about their upcoming cookbooks, their best food memories, and just about anything else.
When we think of spice these days, the name Lior Lev Sercarz isn't far behind. Known as the spice master to the stars, Sercarz has forged his own Silk Road from of the streets of Manhattan, peddling his blends to restaurants like Le Bernardin and Daniel. If you walk into his spice shop, La Boîte à Epice, Lior will happily talk you through spice, and then weather, and then whatever you like, really. He's so approachable, so interested, you might forget for a moment how busy and accomplished he really is. (He published his new book, The Art of Blending, in just six months.)
We chatted with Lior about life, cooking, and how our spice racks have power well beyond salt and pepper. And because he's so nice, he's giving away his new book to one lucky commenter! See below for the scoop.
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Merrill takes on meringue mushrooms, Buche de Noël style, and adds a little spice.Read More »
Add a touch of warm autumn spice to lattes and cocktails with this butternut squash liqueur.Read More »
It was another busy day in the test kitchen on Tuesday, preparing finalists and community picks for Your Best Lettuce. Much greenery was consumed, a few mishaps were had, and oh yes, we cooked a few recipes, too. Here are our top three moments from the day -- as always, follow us on Instagram @food52 for more.Read More »
Today: Emily finally reaches the big, 17-course day!Read More »
Today: Emily preps for her 17-course feast.Read More »
Emily takes us through the process of foraging -- a Scandinavian tradition -- for her Big Feast.Read More »
The grand planning of The Feast of Nationalistic Proportions.Read More »
The inspiration for this week's feast -- and the history behind the celebration.Read More »