Articles Tagged “tea”
In the midst of Thanksgiving preparation, the test kitchen provided us a breath of fresh, turkey-free air.Read More »
You never know what to expect in the Food52 Test Kitchen. Whether it's missing a food delivery, spilling a container full of peppercorns, or standing over a pot of caramel that won't seem to cooperate, we try to handle any hurdles in style. This week was no different, but we still had fun cooking, tasting, and folding (yes, folding). Check out snapshots from another day in the kitchen, and remember to follow us on Instagram @Food52 for more foibles and fun.Read More »
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.
Today: We chat with our beloved Piglet co-founder Charlotte Druckman about her fantastic new book on women in the restaurant world, Skirt Steak: Women Chefs on Standing the Heat and Staying in the Kitchen.Read More »
The test kitchen is nothing if not a team effort.Read More »
This is the eighteenth installment of Sunday Dinners, a biweekly column from our own Tom Hirschfeld featuring his gorgeous photography, stunning Indiana farm, and mouthwatering family meals.
Today: Tom shares his life lessons in cooking the perfect steak (hint: butter is the key), with recipes for Pan-seared Porterhouse Steaks with Maitre d' Butter, Long-Cooked Romano Beans with Pancetta, and Jamie Oliver's Genius Smoked Beets.Read More »
When you're in the mood to treat yourself -- or cooking a dinner to impress -- a good, hearty steak always does the trick. Here are 7 recipes for the superlatives of steak; 7 recipes to do your piece of meat proud. You deserve it -- and a glass of red, to boot.Read More »
Tomatoes are the beauty queens of summer: beautiful, a bit high-maintenance, and occasionally prone to bursting. And they're not afraid to break your heart: tomatoes just aren't worth eating in any season but the summer. As red as a hothouse tomato looks, it can't compare to the juicy, intense flavor of a sun-ripened sungold at farmers' market.Read More »
This dinner is a serious contender for simplest Dinner Tonight menu ever.Read More »
Merrill shares a bit of refreshment inspired by a vendor at her local Greenmarket.Read More »