Stay home on New Year's Eve. Do it.
We went to Staub in France, and brought back all the details
Cast-iron pans are beloved, sometimes mythic, always useful
A longtime food writer, her first book, and the only recipe that didn’t make it in
Sometimes the best new designs find a way back to their roots.
A weeknight dinner you can toast to.
Because breakfast is better when it's made in a skillet.
Throw beans, lardon, and duck confit into a pot to slow-cook and only good things can happen.
Summer is a cast iron pan's heyday. Here's how to season one.
Hint: Water is the enemy.
Chuck wagon cook Kent Rollins sings the praises of an essential tool
We've tested and tasted our way through the recipes for Your Best Recipe with Potatoes 2.0, and have emerged with two promising finalists.
Scrub-a-dub-dub, all pots and pans in the tub. Er, sink.
Forget the Swedish and their pancakes. Forget the French and their toast. In the arena of skillet-cooked breakfast goods, the Dutch and their babies reign supreme.
Resist the urge to dress this cake up -- it's perfect just the way it is.
Cast iron for the win! Bread, cookies, chicken, and more.
The best ways to clean and care for your beloved cast iron pans.
You've seasoned (and re-seasoned), but food is still sticking to your cast iron cookware. Don't panic, we've got the panacea.
See our favorite kitchen maintenance videos.
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Food52's Editorial Assistant Brette is curating her very own first kitchen -- and she needs your help.
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