A better Easter feast—no recipes in sight
The sharp, punchy pow your egg salad has been missing
When the scent of this bread fills the kitchen, you'll know it's nearly Easter
We get asked all the time: What do you cook at home? Here's a little inspiration from the Food52 team.
Hip hop hooray for leftovers!
Easter baskets are an extremely strange tradition. But we love them anyway.
Don't let your most delicate decorations go to waste.
How do adults eat candy, for breakfast, on Easter? They infuse vodka with jelly beans, then mix it with Champagne.
No ham, no lamb—and certainly no mint jelly—but lots of veg.
How to do Easter the Italian way.
How to make Easter eggs the star of the meal—not just the table.
A rich-bright feast for an early Easter (and spring!).
We've scoured the web for our favorite food blog posts, and now we're bringing them right to your desktop. It’s hard work, but someone has to do it.
With Corynne Pless' handy recipe, any inky vegetable can be used to dye Easter eggs—just check the crisper to get started.
All the spices of a hot cross bun but all the ease and fantastic texture of cream biscuits.
Don't put all of your Easter eggs in one basket—save some for these 12 make-ahead brunch ideas.
Inventive ways to fill an Easter Basket for your dearest (whether they deserve one or not).
A centerpiece for your Easter table that you can admire and devour.
One of Italy's favorite Easter traditions, this layered Ligurian chard and ricotta pie is worth the extra love needed to put it all together.
Don't let the Easter Bunny hop away just yet.
From ham to hard-boiled eggs, we've got 5 ways to turn your Easter leftovers into happy workplace lunches.
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