Today, Daily Candy has announced the launch of Provisions, and their readers are getting an exclusive sneak peek! They're also sharing a few of our team members' favorite goods, from spices to cake stands.
Food52's partnering with RapGenius may inspire some bad puns -- "Now you can be rockin' in beats when you're slicing the beets" -- but it is a pretty great idea. PandoDaily writes about the match-up where you can annotate your recipes, just as you can RapGenius' usual selection of songs and poems.
Want to know what Merrill and Amanda always keep in their pantry? What their go-to dinner party dish is? Or the guilty-pleasure snack that keeps them going? Remodelista asked them these questions and more.
Remodelista broke down the different components of our new Manhattan office space, designed by Brad Sherman. Read on to find out about everything from the marble countertop and subway tiles to the built-in knife storage slots on the island and LeCreuset cookware.
"My parents spent a few years in Paris in their twenties, and even though they've been back in the States for decades, my mom still waxes nostalgic about the French salads...So, I was thrilled when Amanda Hesser from Food52 agreed to reveal her ideal vinaigrette recipe..." - Joanna Goddard, A Cup of Jo
"Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs are the co-founders of Food52.com, an online social food hub with a focus on cooking and community...Read about their growing start-up below." - Food Informants, Huffington Post
"What struck me as I heard Amanda’s story is that her entrepreneurial start was not actually with Food52, the collaborative cooking community that she started with Merrill Stubbs in 2009, but rather with her culinary education." - Christina Vuleta, The Daily Muse
As part of their bi-weekly blog series, Raw Materials, General Assembly takes a look at what you can almost always find on our kitchen counter, from laptops, to our latest Instagram shots, to what we sprinkle on everything that stands still: coarse sea salt. Read more on General Assembly
"Hotline is the site's popular Q&A service, where cooks consult other cooks about anything, anytime (like what to do with a broken mayonnaise or how to substitute buttermilk in biscuits)." - Tejal Rao, VillageVoice.com