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  • YOU Can Achieve Roasted Eggplant That's Silky, Lush & Not-At-All Dry
    My roasted eggplant has a mind of its own. Some days, I pull it out of the oven and it's golden brown and pudding soft: It collapses under the weight of my hovering finger, before I even have a chance to prod. Other days, it's ornery—grey and dry, wrinkled and puckered. It's cooked (I guess?) but chewing on it is like gnawing on a sliver of car tire. Of course, there are a lot of reasons for this...
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  • The Secret Queer History of Kombucha
    Photo by Stephen F. James Norman Baker is a small tornado of a man. You could call him the Elmer Gantry of kombucha, a proselytizer who extols the false virtues of the fizzy, fermented tea. In early 1994, Baker and his cheery, cherub-faced business partner, the late Betsy Pryor, began Laurel Farms, a mail-order netw...
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  • Why This Cheesy, Bacon-y Tomato Pie Is Summer's Swan Song
    With just a couple of weeks left of summer, we’re cramming as many sun-ripened tomatoes into our mouths as possible. We’ve made salads and relish, and even tarte tatin, but we’ve discovered one of the most efficient tomato-to-fork ratios comes in the form of pie, specifically, Nonnie’s Tomato Pie. Longtime contributor Steven Dunn (Oui, Chef) learned the recipe for this tomato-extravaganza from hi...
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  • How to Eat All That Zucchini? A Newfangled, Totally Genius Caesar Salad
    Caesar purists, stay calm. This salad from the historic Blackberry Farm resort in Walland, Tennessee has plenty in common with the classic you know and love—both in key ingredients and in feisty-bright-creamy-garlicky experience—but it also diverges, quite a lot. We’re still going to call it Caesar, and it’s so good you should make it even if we called it Chuck. Blackberry Farm...
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  • The One Cooking Tool You Need During a Kitchen Renovation
    Kitchen renovations are never easy. Throw in a lengthy three-month timeline and a set of toddler twins, and you are really in for a challenge. Read on for one intrepid dad’s firsthand account as he juggled the demands of work and family—eating out less than a handful of times!—and the one affordable tool he leaned on throughout the entire process. 5 Statement Pieces to Invest in...
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  • Finally! Angel Food Cake That Lives Up to Its Name
    American desserts don’t have a reputation for understated elegance, yet somehow we managed to invent angel’s food cake, the very portrait of restraint. No butter. No egg yolks. No nuts. No chocolate. Just sweetness and vanilla, magicked into a billowy cloud. Effortless Angel's Food Cake by Stella Parks Europeans started making sponge cake back in the 1600s—always ...
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  • How to Build a Snack Board That'll Dazzle Your Friends
    “Love your people and make a proper board,” declares Hello! My Name Is Tasty, the new cookbook from Portland chef John Gorham and writer Liz Crain. Gorham’s Portland temples, Tasty ‘n Sons and Tasty ‘n Alder, mostly cater to brunch and all day munching, but are also known for their boards—literal slabs of wood covered in all manner of delightful snacks. A snack board is a great thing to put out f...
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  • The Woman Behind Indonesia's Hypnotic Terrarium Cakes
    Iven Kawi. Photo by Ivenoven Iven Kawi’s back has been hurting lately. It’s been like this for a few months now, ever since her work has gotten more demanding. She and her husband have co-managed Ivenoven out of their modest kitchen in Lippo Karawaci in Tangerang, a city in Indonesia, since January of 2014. It’s a bus...
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  • Homemade Chips Are the Best Chips (& Recipes to Prove It)
    Look, I have a lot of questions about chips: What is the difference between chips and crackers? Or crisps? Is it that crackers come in a box? But what if you make them at home? Is it that chips are oily? But what about kale chips? Or Pringles? Why do chips feel like a guilty pleasure while crackers are ~ healthy ~? Why is it impossible to exercise self-control while eating chips? How do they disap...
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  • Why One Lawsuit is Calling Poland Spring a "Colossal Fraud"
    Poland Spring is in hot water. The bottled water company is in the midst of a lawsuit for falsely claiming that their bottles contain “100 percent natural spring water” from Maine. The lawsuit claims that Poland Spring's parent company, Nestle Waters North America, is bottling common groundwater instead. The difference? Groundwater is culled from large underground aquifers that require deep drill...
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  • We Tried the Avocado Mac 'N Cheese the Internet Can't Stop Talking About
    The internet—that digital sinkhole, a waiting room for articles, pictures, stories, interviews, recipes. We surf blithely, as its shadowy peripheries remain mysteries to us. Last night, I found myself face to face with a late-stage mutation of millennial gastronomic fascinations: a recipe for Avocado Mac ‘n Cheese. Originally conceived of in 2015 by Nicole Iizuka of PopSugar food, the recipe pres...
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  • From Spain With Love (and Gazpacho)
    It’s hard to figure out what to eat in Spain when you keep kosher—even a loose, travel-tailored version, one that allows for warm olives in pools of oil, and odorous spears of Manchego cheese. Ham hocks hang everywhere, aging delectably, ready to be sliced into thin, fat-marbled sheets and draped over tiny plates. I was visiting this new country with my mother, custodian of my reluctant observance...
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  • Pro Organizers Share Their Favorite Before/After Makeovers & Tips
    Have you heard of the ladies at The Home Edit? Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, Nashville-based professional organizers with a long list of celebrity clients, are especially adept at turning headache-inducing problem areas into functional and beautiful spaces. It doesn’t hurt that this hilarious duo, working moms with addictive Instagram Stories, have so much fun along the way, making the task of o...
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  • The Seductive Snack You Can Make With Just Rice Krispies & Sugar
    A group of us at Food52 were recently discussing the number one visual cue of a good Rice Krispies treat. (Totally normal day.) The answer was nearly unanimous (3... 2... 1... say it with us... strings of marshmallow goo!)—except for one straggler, who somehow believed that squareness is the signal of a successful R.K.T. (Squareness? Really?) How to Mak...
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  • This Japanese Way of Making Iced Coffee Is a Game Changer
    This summer officially cemented cold brew into the zeitgeist. The drink, prepared by steeping coffee beans in water for hours as opposed to brewing beans with hot liquid, is said to be less acidic, have a rounder flavor, and take to ice cubes better. How to Make Cold-Brewed Coffee by Food52 We buy cold brew in coffee shops, we make it in portable mugs, we add to i...
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  • 3 End-of-Summer Meals That Scream Sunday Dinner (Even On a Weeknight)
    By keeping a few quality ingredients on hand, you can quickly transform your dinners every night of the week. We partnered with Johnsonville to share a few ways we like to make a weeknight meal feel like Sunday dinner. The other night, I walked in from work at about 7:10. My husband, on a later commuter train, was a few minutes behind me. Our daughters, ages 13 and 15 texted they’d be home soon—t...
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  • Riff On This Ready-in-20 Pasta All Week. (But First, Try It With Nduja.)
    Pasta with a small amount of meat and greens (bitter or otherwise) is a classic southern Italian template, from Abruzzese sausage with broccoli raab to Neapolitan pancetta with turnip greens. I love working with this combination: The fatty pork adds a little richness to the dish, and the bitter greens cuts that richness. They both play off the neutral flavor of the pasta. ...
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  • We're Still Mad for Matcha
    You might think the matcha trend is over, but if you happen to love the celebrated green tea powder as much as I do, you're hopefully embracing it beyond its moment in the spotlight. To me, matcha is a timeless ingredient and a welcome pantry staple. Whether you're in the mood for a milky latte or a frozen treat, matcha's perfect for adding that satisfying, earthy flavor to just about any concocti...
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  • This Simple Trick Will Make Your Whiskey Taste So Much Better
    Where would we be without science? Probably still thinking the earth is flat, severely lacking in medical advancements, and drinking whiskey the completely wrong way. But rest assured, whiskey drinkers, science is here to quell all your imbibing insecurities. A new scientific study explains the hows and whys of the so-called best way to consume the aromatic amber liquid. Results show that a glass...
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  • Goat Cheese Makes This Blackberry Galette a Star
    Goat cheese, it turns out, adds a welcome hint of tanginess and savory sophistication to the easiest, flakiest, made-in-a-food processor pastry I know. All I did was substitute fresh creamy goat cheese for good old plain cream cheese in one of my favorite recipes. It was terrific and I’ve only just begun to work it. Now, I’ve always been a fan of cream cheese pastry—bakers, you know the one I mea...
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  • These Are the Most Beloved Trader Joe’s Products
    It’s been 50 years, almost to the day, since Trader Joe’s opened its first location in Pasadena, California on Arroyo Parkway. The grocery chain has since ballooned to a tiny empire, maintaining 467 locations spread over 41 states. The company’s gone all out to mark its semicentennial, offering in-store product tastings and giveaways this weekend. How I Like to Spend $100 at Tra...
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  • A Hearty Make-Ahead Salad to Start Fall on the Right Foot
    Ready to get back into the swing of things? We partnered with Whole Foods Market to bring you back from the summer lull—thanks to this one-two punch of a make-ahead, apple-laden salad. In the summer, meal-planning can fall to the wayside. When technicolor produce is coming up through every sidewalk crack and when food doesn't have to be on the table until 8 PM, tomatoes can be dinner and raspberr...
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  • 10 Pinterest-Approved Design Tips to Crush Dorm Room Style
    With August comes the mad shopping rush to stock up on dorm room trappings, from bed lifts to shower caddies. A scroll through Pinterest, though, can stir up some serious inspiration in making any old room unique and welcoming. The mere mention of the word "dorm" brings to mind a host of tired standbys. Posters, tapestries, butterfly chairs—but college students are starting to get a little more c...
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  • Cookie Monster’s New Book Sounds Oddly Charming
    It’s been over a year since Apple aired a pretty charming ad starring Cookie Monster, America’s foremost azure puppet-creature. Set to the tune of Jim Croce’s “Time in a Bottle,” the commercial shows Cookie Monster slogging through the interminable (uh, 14-minute) process of waiting for his cookies to finish baking. He grows increasingly impatient in the process, ingesting a wooden sp...
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  • A Quick Guide to Hot & Cold Smoking (Plus Recipes to Get You Started)
    For a technique that’s almost as old as humanity itself, smoking sure can seem intimidating. Maybe it’s because we associate the woody, chest-burning smell with whole-hog spits or the complex flavor of bright salmon slabs behind glass barriers of deli counters. Or it could be the hours and hours of cook time. Or maybe the overwhelming variety of hardwoods and flavor combinations? But smoking at h...
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  • The Rainbow Cake that Deserves a Double Tap
    Feast your eyes on the newest multicolor item to grace our feeds and our forks: Bouchon Bakery’s rainbow cake is just what we need right now. The cake, developed by pastry chef Nicholas Bonamico in the summer of 2015, is a nod to both the legalization of same sex marriage and the Italian tricolore cake. Though two years old, Bouchon’s cake is finding itself at the center of renewed attention afte...
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  • A 9-to-5 Guide To Bringing The Beach to Work
    We partnered with Blue Point Brewing Company to bring the best of the beach to your everyday work life—even to your cubicle. After all, it's five o'clock somewhere, and a crisp, clean lager always has the power to transport. Wish you were here! On vacation in Montauk, I've gazed longingly at fishing crews hauling in nets at the dock. While my desk job is in many ways cushy in comparison, there's ...
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  • The Ingredient That's About to Change the Way You Bake
    I once worked in a basement kitchen that could drop down to 50° F in winter, chilling cookie doughs and cake batters to the extent they couldn’t be creamed. As a workaround, I often warmed my sugar in a low oven to knock off the chill, bringing it up to about 70° F. One day, sidetracked by a series of phone calls, deliveries, and other office-related duties, I forgot all about it. Several hours l...

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