Our columnist Ella Quittner tackles the polarizing issue of going boneless-skinless without going flavorless. In Absolute Best Tests, Ella Quittner destroys the sanctity of her home kitchen in the name
I don't love to admit it, but before I joined the Food52 team, I was not a world-champion meal planner. I spent five years in an office where "lunch hour" meant: "pop out for quick takeaway." And "weeknight
Just because you're near Times Square doesn't mean you're far from a good bite or drink. We've partnered with Hilton to share our favorite hidden-gem food spots, from a lively cocktail bar to a top-notch
Welcome to The Holy City, the culture and culinary capital of the lowcountry. Before visiting any new city, town, or hamlet, I have to research it online to find the best possible places to eat and drink.
Award-winning author Sarah Owens’ latest cookbook, Heirloom, is not about heirloom tomatoes—although you do see one peeking its way into the cover, and you will find a couple recipes using them, like soup
Sometimes a chair is just a chair. But for columnist Eric Kim, it's a reminder of his brother, who helped carry him through the roughest patches in his life. An object is often worth more than its material
Maybe you’re having a few people over, or going to a giant rager, or chilling at home solo. Whatever you’re doing for the Super Bowl, I hope there are snacks. Lots of snacks. These are 54 of our favorite
If you're not sure you'll be able to find all the ingredients, stop right there. Every week in Genius Recipes—often with your help!—Food52 Creative Director and lifelong Genius-hunter Kristen Miglore unearthing
Why squirrel them away when you can show them off. How do you typically store your bath towels? Personally, mine get folded up and shoved into our freestanding bathroom tower because my tiny bathroom have
The 11 best places for snacking, shopping, and sunset views. We've partnered with Hilton to share a few local favorites for your next trip to San Diego, California—aka the perfect cold-weather getaway.
A former cook at the famous Zuni Café in San Francisco dishes on an old favorite she still makes today. Zuni Café in San Francisco, helmed by the late Judy Rodgers, is deservedly famous for its roast one
Raise your hand if you feel intimidated by the light bulb aisle. Personally, I think there are way too many choices, and I never know what bulb to pick—there are just so many variations in size, strength,
I often bring home a bunch of bananas from the grocery store, thinking I’ll take them to work as a lunchtime dessert or midmorning snack. The very next day, I’ll forget about them, and before long they’ll
This year is all about personal expression—and you (yes, you) get to pick. On its best day, social media is a great tool for homeowners like me. It helps me gather inspiration, hone in on what styles drawn
I caught a cold this week—as did, it seems, everyone—which means I’ve been constantly holding a mug of tea and wearing two pairs of socks. Chicken soup, a lot of hot showers, and slightly more sleep than
Perhaps you have heard that the more we eat fermented foods—delicious things that are probiotic, like pickles, miso, yogurt, kombucha, sourdough, kimchi, and sauerkraut) the happier our guts tend to be.