Also: pineapple and a Chrissy Teigen–inspired tip you can use on any cake.
No fancy technique—it's easier to make (and eat) than magic
Be like Dorie and make them for a friend.
One-bowl, no-knead, no-sweat.
Meet your new favorite cookie combo.
With a secret ingredient!
Your grab-and-go breakfast for fall
One way, or another...
From greens and chicken to sweets
You read that right: pot, not bowl
David Lebovitz's foolproof molten cakes
She declared them a home run from the first try
Tender, nutty cookies for the right-brain-inclined
And 12 ways to serve it
A double dose of mint takes brownies from excellent to extraordinary.
A dead-simple, one-bowl carrot cake recipe that has just enough stuff but not too much.
An accessory better than the little black dress.
Store-bought lemon curd (homemade, if you're fancy) is the secret ingredient.
The only thing you need to remember to make this classic Italian cake? Its name.
We get asked all the time: What do you cook at home? Here's some inspiration from the Food52 team.
Whoever you are, there's a cookie for you.
Name your first collection or try one of these: