Oh, what a decade it’s been here at Food52. We've swapped recipes, shared stories, and perfected the chocolate chip cookie, well, more times than we can count. We've also scoured the globe in order to bring you the best, niftiest, and most dazzling goods in our Shop—so you can find everything you need for kitchen and home in one spot.
Now because it's an extra-special occasion, we're pulling out all the stops: We teamed up with 10 of our favorite makers to bring you 10 limited-edition, exclusive products—some brand-new, others new-and-improved versions of our all-time best sellers. We'll be rolling 'em out in the weeks to come, so don't go anywhere. This party's just getting started.
Food52 x Epicurean Precision Cutting Board
We partnered with Epicurean to create a cutting board that would give you perfectly-precise slices and dices every. single. time. Starting with one of their signature natural wood fiber designs, we added handy grids and guides—even a conversion chart—so you can chop, julienne, and roll out pie crusts with ease. And when all the prep work’s finished? Flip this multitasker over, and it becomes a serving board for cheese, charcuterie...whatever you please.
Food52 x Mason Cash Cane Batter Bowl
Mason Cash’s iconic British mixing bowls have been fan favorites since they first hit the Shop, and it’s easy to see why. That whimsical pattern on the outside makes ’em extra grippable for high-speed whisking, and they’re chip-resistant, too...not to mention microwave- and dishwasher-friendly. (No wonder bakers have used them since 1901.) And with a trusty handle and an easy-pour spout, whipping up batter’s never been simpler. Just in time for our 10-year celebration, this much-loved classic is sporting an all-new, swoon-worthy gray color.
FOOD52 X STAUB TURMERIC COOKWARE COLLECTION
From a cocotte that braises, simmers, and stews to a fry pan that also does a bang-up job baking pies, Staub’s sturdy enameled cast-iron pieces are born multitaskers. And those French designs? They're turning heads all the way from stovetop to table. For our 10th anniversary, we partnered with Staub to bring you this collection in a limited-edition hue: a very cheery turmeric you can only find here.
Food52 Raw Edge Dinnerware, by Jono Pandolfi
Fun fact: We collaborated with Jono Pandolfi (whose ceramics star in some of New York’s finest restaurants) exactly four years ago on our first dinnerware collection. Fast forward to today and we're still dreaming up designs together, like these stackable stunners that are totally exclusive to us. We can’t take our eyes off those organic tones or the hand-poured glaze patterns on the interior. And best of all? They’re sturdy enough to stand up to everyday use, from breakfast to dinner (and the bites in between).
Food52 Community Recipe Napkins (Set of 4)
Our community has swapped lots of great recipes over the years—and now, you can bring them to the table in more ways than one. We teamed up with Sir Madam (maker of our ever-popular Love Letter Napkins) to fashion linens that showcase four Food52 favorites, from a magical spin on morning coffee to pancakes worth flipping for. A charming gift you'll only find here, these napkins are just the thing for the person who wants to keep their favorite recipes within reach...and they come in the cutest vintage-inspired packaging, to boot.
Food52 x Hawkins New York Icelandic Sheepskin
You loved these black and white Icelandic Sheepskins so much that we decided to give them a little color makeover (we're talking everything from pale blue to deep gold). They all come from a small, generations-old farm in Iceland and are processed with a special eco-friendly technique that uses only geothermal power. Toss a sheepskin on the sofa, on the floor by your bed, or go wild and do both—they're here to add a little cozy texture and warmth to every room they meet.
Food52 Marble Board
Turns out you loved this board so much, we couldn’t keep it in the Shop—now, just in time for our 10-year festivities, it’s back. A collaboration with Vermont-based maker JK Adams, it’s reporting for duty in an extra-spacious size. The stay-cool marble makes it a foolproof surface for baking (hello, perfect pie crusts and oh-so-spreadable chocolate), while those natural good looks are sure to get plenty of oohs and ahhs when it moonlights as a cheeseboard at your next get-together.
Food52 x Opinel 1890 Forged Knife Set
Opinel was the very first to forge knives in France, and they’ve been making history ever since. This classic set gets its looks from the pocket knife that started it all back in 1890—which, by the way, counts Picasso, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and even MoMA as fans. With a super-sharp blade (hammered from a single bar of steel!), plus an iconic handle that feels like a dream to hold, each one is made for slicing, dicing, and chopping up a storm. And as a special treat just for our 10-year celebration, we’re bringing all of ‘em across the pond—they’re here in the Shop before anywhere else.
Food52 x Creekside Farms Grand Fragrant Pod Wreath
This wreath knows how to make an entrance. Here in our biggest size yet (26 inches across!), it’s ready to liven up every door and wall it meets. Take a deep breath: It's got fragrant greenery galore, hand-woven just for us in Greenfield, California by Creekside Farms. Fresh eucalyptus, lotus pods, and white blooms give it color and texture, but there's more—we're tying it all off with an exclusive ribbon just for our 10-year anniversary.
Food52 x Rosti Stainless Steel Margrethe Bowl (Set of 2)
We’re forever fans of these iconic mixing bowls from Denmark (which, by the way, were named after the Danish Queen Margrethe herself). And it turns out lots of you have taken a liking to them too. For our 10-year party, we teamed up with Rosti to give these classics a special upgrade. They’ve got all the features you’ve come to love about the original bowls—a simple handle on the rim, a clever pour spout, an anti-slip base—but now they’re shining (and even more practical) in sleek, heat-resistant stainless steel. Now, please excuse us while we go whip up a cake to celebrate.