A glimpse into the Food52 team's lives: Here's how the world looks from where we cat-sit, plant-shop, and learn to surf (!!).
This is the Saugerties Lighthouse. There are rooms (2) to rent, picnic tables (3) to eat on, and views (so many), no matter how cold the weather. —Kenzi
Sunday breakfast made better with Piglet contender Hot Bread Kitchen's kale, cheddar, and onion stuffed m'smen, broiled till crispy (full disclosure: I didn't bake this, but bought it from them at the farmers market). —Kristen
Spent the weekend in a cabin outside of Woodstock, New York, which featured a wholly haphazard floorplan, lofted bedrooms, and 3 different treatments to the wood walls: an ashy stain, raw knotty pine, and whitewashing. Lots going on, but it all worked. —Amanda S.
I spent this weekend living like a teenager again, and traveled to see one of my favorite bands two nights in a row with my best friend. Photo credits go to her. —Rebecca
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My plantasies came true this weekend at Saipua's plant sale in Red Hook. This beautiful being was not for sale, but we did score a monumentally potted rubber plant and another tiny thing whose nickname is "copper spoons." —Sam
I had the wildest dumplings from White Bear in Flushing. Don't walk, run there. And don't forget to add red chili oil on top. —Kate