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How to thank your host this summer, wherever you might travel.
What equipment is really necessary for making perfect pickles and preserves? Expert canner and cooking teacher Cathy Barrow -- a.k.a. Mrs. Wheelbarrow -- gives us the lowdown on the must-have items for pickling and preserving summer's bounty.
Your summer wardrobe, in food and drink.
Summer must-haves, with some money left over for lemonade.
Think outside the jar.
A guide to all our essential tools for canning and jamming.
Break in your gifted gadgets with projects that turn graduates into grown-ups.
Get a head start on your Fourth of July BBQ with a patriotic make-ahead icebox cake.
Our quick and fast primer on the essential components of barbecue cooking.
A love story, starring you and nut butter.
Let's dish. You can make one container a vase, a serving vessel, and a storage piece all in one.
We're talking about our favorite ways to eat fish, crab, lobster, and more.
In this inagural post, Steven Raichlen recommends tools for the true American summer pastime: grilling.
Read about a pair of metalsmiths who really measure up.
Jelly shots grow up with rhubarb and Champagne (and gin).
Read about a hot sauce that isn't just about heat.
It's time for fireworks...in the kitchen.
Can you hear the clink of ice cubes...?
Planning an ice cream party this summer? Keep it festive and mess-free with these origami ice cream cone sleeves.
Celebrate all their hard work with the perfect present.
Win the vacation of your dreams.
One of our favorite textile designers makes a tea towel just for us.
The MZ Wallace and Food52 offices are dividing between party lines. And now we want to know: Are you on Team Blue or Team Green?
Portland is abuzz with a new local food project.