Break up the beige with greens on greens on greens.
Hint: Stop tossing wilty lettuce
Soggy greens aren't sad!
Don't wait for cold weather to enjoy "wintry" greens
For pastas, salads, toasts, and beyond
Just add water
We get asked all the time: What do you cook at home? Here's a little inspiration from the Food52 team.
A dozen ways to use your new go-to green.
Make more salads, shell out less green.
Our thoughts on food and cooking
In seventeen beats.
It's easy eating greens.
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Panzanella like the Renaissance painters made it.
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The delicate green with a not-so-delicate flavor.
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Pappardelle is so fancy (you already know).
Socca: the perfect pizza-pancake hybrid that can be topped however you like.
Name your first collection or try one of these: