The key to cooking low and slow.
And add it to just about any dish.
Plus, they come with a culinary guide to the Middle East.
Even if it's warm outside!
And a dish to prove it.
Easy enough for a cozy family meal, but impressive enough for a dinner party.
From chicken to chickpeas, these braises smell *almost* as good as they taste.
You might want to save these projects for the weekend.
Memorize this (simplified) Vietnamese-style pork belly recipe.
Centerpiece-status hams, briskets, and lamb shanks.
If you have 1 pot and 4 chicken thighs, you're (just about) set
So tender it feels like a hug
It's not short on spice (or a story), though.
Fewer oil splatters everywhere
Minimal attention still gets dinner on the table
“I’m sorry, I can’t go out—I have to tend to my ragu”
Take a few hours out of your weekend to make the ragu of your dreams, and be rewarded for days to come.
We get asked all the time: What do you cook at home? Here's a little inspiration from a member of the Food52 team.
The low and slow way to a week's worth of dinners.
Endive's better braised.
We're looking *really* forward to celebrating this year.
Name your first collection or try one of these: