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A Funny Little Trick to Make Leftover Pasta Creamy Again

This past New Year’s Eve, I hosted a pasta party. It was exactly what it sounds like: me, cooking more noodle courses than my three guests could possibly eat in the hours we spent huddled around my kitchen table, and quite a bit of Parmesan. As the evening progressed, my stock of reserved pasta water […]

How to Cream Butter and Sugar Without a Mixer

Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we’re sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun. Today: How to cream butter and sugar the old fashioned way. Shop the Story Forget, for a moment, the 20-minute meals. Push the no-bake desserts out of your mind. Ask the 5-minute […]

How to Make Vegetable Stock Without a Recipe

We love recipes—but do we always use them? Of course not. Because once you realize you don’t always need a recipe, you’ll make your favorite dishes a lot more often. Here, we show you how to make soups and stews more flavorful with whatever vegetable scraps you have on hand—or the cheapest produce at the market. If […]

The Best Substitute for Cake Flour and Self-Rising Flour in Baking

A lot of us keep a gargantuan container of all-purpose flour in our pantry—a near-lifetime supply, if you’re anything like our Test Kitchen. All-purpose flour is the faithful old floury friend that we lean on for pancakes, muffins, and everything in between. More devoted bakers might even have a few wildcards in their baking arsenals, […]

How to Steam Vegetables Without a Steamer

Steaming vegetables can be a real life-saver when it comes to dinner, which is why we’re bringing back this steamer basket hack from Sarah Jampel, originally published in 2013. Here’s how to steam vegetables without a steamer. Kitchen gadgets can be miracle workers—just try making cherry pie without a cherry pitter—but they also have a […]

How to Make Bratwurst at Home, Sheboygan-Style

It’s always more fun to DIY. Every week, we’ll spare you a trip to the grocery store and show you how to make small batches of great foods at home. Today: Get ready for a project, because Megan Scott of The Joy Kitchen is walking us through how to make bratwurst at home, for Oktoberfest […]

How to Make Traditional Cantonese Mooncakes at Home

Today: Cynthia of Two Red Bowls is bringing traditional Cantonese mooncakes stateside, so you can get prepped up for the upcoming Chinese Mid-Autumn festival. There’s a lot to love about the Mid-Autumn Festival, one of my favorite holidays of the year. Its date is based on the lunar cycle, and so it has no fixed date on the […]

How to Remove the Silk From an Ear of Corn

The Food52 Hotline is where questions go to get answered—from the best way to thaw a frozen cake to the best all-purpose flour for baking. Today, we’re talking about summery, golden, buttery corn. Which we love more than anything. Except, ahem, its pesky silk strands. How the heck do you remove those things? And what […]

How to Make Your Own Mochi Ice Cream

Mochi—smooth and pillowy and cotton ball-light—needn’t be messed with. But if you had to—let’s say it’s summer and a billion degrees outside and you wish your big toe could be submerged in an ice bath at all times—you could combine it with ice cream. And not just combine it with ice cream, but wrap it […]

How to Make Cold-Brewed Coffee

Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we’re sharing tips and tricks that make navigating of our kitchens easier and more fun. Maybe you wait for the summer months to enjoy your coffee over ice. Or maybe you’re someone who has iced coffee all year round. Either way, for coffee fans, there’s no denying how […]