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Community Members Who’ve Made Food52 a Home (Plus, Their Recipes We Love)

Food52 is 10 years old! To celebrate a decade of all things kitchen and home, we’re rolling out our top recipes, tips, and stories for another victory lap, along with some of our very favorite memories over the years. Go on, take ‘em in! When Food52 began its journey—as Amanda and Merrill write here—we were […]

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When travelers talk of visiting Pakistan, they often mention Lahore due to its reputation as the country’s food capital and Mughal architectural history. This singular focus comes, however, at the expense of many other historical cities, such as Peshawar, Multan, and—just adjacent to Pakistan’s capital, Islamabad, on the Potohar plateau in northern Punjab—Rawalpindi, my mother’s […]

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Mossel en Gin, a laidback seafood restaurant just outside the center of Amsterdam, is one of those places you’re lucky to find as a tourist. Even luckier when you didn’t plan a single thing to do or eat during your two-day trip. Set in the sprawling, serene Westerpark (which is consistently less crowded than its […]

A Brief History of Canadian Thanksgiving

With the distinctive fragrance of pumpkin spice hanging in the air, many have begun rhapsodizing over the fourth Thursday in November. As a pie baker tasked with the orchestration and execution of hundreds of pies (over 700 last year), Thanksgiving is a holiday I love on a personal level, yet struggle with professionally. Staring down […]

The Brunch I Make for Just Myself

Table for One is a weekly column by Senior Editor Eric Kim, who loves brunching alone and seeks to celebrate the beauty of solitude in its many forms. I have a proposition: Let’s cancel brunch. Or at least, what it’s become: waking up before noon on the weekend, followed by an hour-long wait for overpriced […]

The 10 Best Slow Cooker Brands, by Budget & Rating

Welcome to Set It & Forget It, a new series about all the ways we rely on our Crock-Pots, Instant Pots, and ovens during the colder months. Whether it’s a long braise on the stove or a quick burst in the pressure cooker, one thing’s for sure: Comfort food means comfort cooking. With the veritable […]

Our 13 Smartest Tips for Keeping Your Daily Routine Fresh This Fall

Between back-to-school season and the upcoming holidays, fall is one of the busiest times of the year. So we’re sharing our best tips—like stocking our partner Daily Harvest’s smoothies and oat bowls, made with quality, wholesome ingredients that’ll power you through the day—to make sure your autumn routine is fresh and streamlined. Fall may be […]

The Weirdly Untraceable Origin Story of Ants on a Log

You might recall an era in the United States when raisins from California danced the Grapevine, peanuts (and their butter) were welcome in school cafeterias, and celery was tolerated not revered. Before celery became the vessel for drinkable wellness, it was a conduit for spreadable and, as history can attest, sometimes questionable combinations. Seemingly absent […]