LifeStyle: Food & Drink

How I Break Down a Lobster (Without Losing a Finger or My Mind!)

Wednesday  20:27,   18 july 2018
food52

I am not a lobster expert. Raised in a kosher household, I cooked my first lobster when I was 19 years old and alone in my college dorm for Thanksgiving. I’d been reading Mastering the Art of French Cooking in my non-school reading time, and, averse [...]
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Trader Joe's Is Now Offering Its Cheapest Cold Brew To Date

Wednesday  19:55,   18 july 2018
refinery29

When it comes to cold brew, Trader Joe's has something for pretty much every kind of coffee drinker. The chain has ready-to-drink options, concentrates, cold brew in both cans and bottles, flavored choices, and even coffee cold brewed from[...]

Meet "Shortcut Pie," Your New Essential (& Easy) Summer Dessert

Wednesday  19:26,   18 july 2018
food52

During summer, I spend most days balancing my excitement about the bountiful produce at the market with my lack of interest in making anything complicated. Enter thisdessert, which has graced many an impromptu summer dinner party. All I do is make a [...]

Quick-Soaked Oats Are Our New Weekday Breakfast Hero

Wednesday  17:34,   18 july 2018
food52

Five months ago, I told you all about overnight oats, the world’s easiest make-ahead breakfast. Basically, you combine 1/2 cup or so rolled oats with an equal amount of milk, be it from a cow or almond or soybean. Then stir in some bonus doodads[...]

Top 10 Michelin-Star Restaurants in the World

Wednesday  15:33,   18 july 2018
foodnetwork.ca

Holding three Michelin stars is a rare honour few restaurants have achieved, and these 10 Michelin-starred restaurants rank among the world’s finest culinary destinations thanks to innovation, creativity and some of the best food you’ll ever taste. [...]

What a Group of Progressive Nuns Taught Me About Mindful Eating

Wednesday  14:37,   18 july 2018
bonappetit

Before they dig in, the Dominican Sisters of Hope thank God but they also thank the growers, the pickers, the transporters, the recipe writersFor the past four years, I’ve worked with the Dominican Sisters of Hope, a group of Catholic Sisters in New [...]

How to Build the Healthiest Grain Bowl, According to a Microbiologist

Wednesday  14:37,   18 july 2018
bonappetit

At Cafe Umami in Oakland, Sungsoon Park brings science to his bowl-centric menu.Grain bowls have become as ubiquitous as avocado toast. Hearty and colorful, they woo the belly and the eye with seemingly endless options for toppings, sauces,[...]

This Fancy 4-Ingredient Party Starter is Secretly Cheaper Than Making Onion Dip

Wednesday  11:20,   18 july 2018
food52

Every week in Genius Recipes—often with your help—Food52 Creative Director and lifelong Genius-hunter Kristen Miglore is unearthing recipes that will change the way you cook. Alex Raij's Radishes with Vanilla Butter & Salt, 2 Ways by Genius[...]

Lemonade In More Ways Than One

Tuesday  22:26,   17 july 2018
epicurious

However you know lemonade—from a powdery mix, in cocktail form—a new book is about to expose you to 40 more iterations.Maybe, for you, 'lemonade' means yellow crystals that you mix with water, a neon liquid you can sell to to passersby to learn the[...]

The Best Baking Tools to Buy on Amazon Prime Day

Tuesday  22:26,   17 july 2018
epicurious

There are a lot of cake pans out there.If you look past the overwhelming bargain bin that is Amazon Prime Day's kitchen deals, you'll find some great items worth double-clicking on (even though the Instant Pot Duo is back to its original price). We[...]

A Brownie à la Mode You Can Make, Bake & Eat Right in the Pan

Tuesday  22:20,   17 july 2018
food52

Gooey, chocolatey perfection. Photo by James Ransom It probably happens as often to me as it does to you: serious chocolate craving. I’m not talking about the kind that’s satisfied by a measly square of chocolate or a handful of chocolate chips. I’m [...]

My Love for This Spatula Is Borderline Unhealthy

Tuesday  22:02,   17 july 2018
bonappetit

I don't have a problem, you have a problem.This story was originally published last year, but we're resurfacing it because the GIR mini spatula is on sale for Amazon Prime Day. For more deals on kitchen products, head to our Prime Day round[...]

5-Ingredient Eggplant Parm Skips the Fuss, Keeps the Cheese

Tuesday  21:21,   17 july 2018
food52

A Big Little Recipe has the smallest-possible ingredient list and big, BIG everything else: flavor, ideas, holy-cow factor. Psst: We don't count salt, pepper, and certain fats (say, olive oil to dress greens or sauté onions), since we're[...]

A Smoky Grilled Salsa So Good, You'd Better Make a Double Batch

Tuesday  20:56,   17 july 2018
food52

As Food52 gets older (and wiser), and our archive of recipes grows, we’re making the effort to revisit some stellar recipes from our community. Today's swoon-worthy salsa comes from Erika. Growing up in Northern California, I only ate Mexican[...]

Why My Japanese-Style Scrambled Eggs Are the Softest & Dreamiest

Tuesday  20:31,   17 july 2018
food52

Everything I've ever loved, in one bowl. Photo by Ty Mecham Whenever I go out for sushi, I always order one tamago nigiri, that omelet with the rice underneath, wrapped around the middle with nori like a Band-Aid. You know the one? For me,[...]