Pumpkin Mac and Cheese

Pumpkin Mac and CheeseWe really love pumpkin season and one of our favorite fall recipes is this Pumpkin Mac and Cheese. It’s so creamy, rich and delicious with just the right amount of pumpkin goodness. This dish also comes together in under 30 …

Pumpkin Mac and Cheese
We really love pumpkin season and one of our favorite fall recipes is this Pumpkin Mac and Cheese. It’s so creamy, rich and delicious with just the right amount of pumpkin goodness. This dish also comes together in under 30 minutes, which we’re huge fans of, so…
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30-Minute Soups for Busy, Chilly Nights

It’s the end of the long workday (or the start of an extra-long week) and we’re hungry. Like, “can’t-think-straight” hungry. Luckily, Food52 contributor EmilyC wants to do all the thinking for us. In Dinner’s Ready, her monthly column on weeknight wond…

It's the end of the long workday (or the start of an extra-long week) and we're hungry. Like, "can't-think-straight" hungry. Luckily, Food52 contributor EmilyC wants to do all the thinking for us. In Dinner's Ready, her monthly column on weeknight wonders, she shares three simple, flavor-packed recipes that are connected by a single idea or ingredient. Stick with Emily, and you'll have a good dinner on the table in no time. Today, Emily shows us how to dust off our Dutch ovens and make crave-worthy soups fit for fall.


In Northern Virginia where I live, we had a stretch of chilly September weather that immediately put me into winterizing mode. I pulled sweaters from the back of my closet, piled blankets on the bed, and researched heat lamps for our patio in the hopes that we can pull off a few socially-distant visits with friends as the temperature drops. (My husband, who never gets cold even in the dead of winter, isn’t convinced we need one. “Just layer up!” is his motto.)

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Chow Mein

Chow MeinWhen I was in college my ‘go to’ quick meal always seemed to be chow mein. It wasn’t necessarily the healthiest option, but it always hit the spot and was so good! It wasn’t until a few years ago that I actually tried making this dish at&h…

When I was in college my ‘go to’ quick meal always seemed to be chow mein. It wasn’t necessarily the healthiest option, but it always hit the spot and was so good! It wasn’t until a few years ago that I actually tried making this dish at…
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Singapore Noodles

Singapore NoodlesThe origins of Singapore Noodles isn’t exactly clear. I’m pretty sure the dish doesn’t actually exist in Singapore, but they are popular in the states. Either way this rice vermicelli, curry flavored, shrimp and v…

The origins of Singapore Noodles isn’t exactly clear. I’m pretty sure the dish doesn’t actually exist in Singapore, but they are popular in the states. Either way this rice vermicelli, curry flavored, shrimp and vegetable loaded noodle dish is delicious. It can also be made in under…
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How to Make Compote With Any Fruit You Have

Here at Food52, 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.
Today: Transform your season’s harvest into a simple, versa…

Here at Food52, 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.

Today: Transform your season's harvest into a simple, versatile compote, without fancy canning equipment—and without a recipe.

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Our 73 Best Summer Side Dishes of All Time

Much of summer’s fanfare is devoted to the season’s most impressive-looking dishes, like a gorgeous platter of fall-off-the-bone ribs or a tray of bright pink lobster rolls doused in mayo, herbs, and butter.

But what about the side dishes? Every main …

Much of summer's fanfare is devoted to the season's most impressive-looking dishes, like a gorgeous platter of fall-off-the-bone ribs or a tray of bright pink lobster rolls doused in mayo, herbs, and butter.

But what about the side dishes? Every main event needs a bit of support on the sidelines—we're talking grilled vegetables, grains, chilled soups, pasta salads, and more—to make a meal feel complete.

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Corn Cakes

Corn CakesI love a really good corn cake. When the corn is perfectly cooked and snappy – and you pair that with honey and butter its like oh my gawd yes please. We made this Cheesy, Buttery Jalapeño Corn Cakes recipe for you because we want you t…

Corn Cakes
I love a really good corn cake. When the corn is perfectly cooked and snappy – and you pair that with honey and butter its like oh my gawd yes please. We made this Cheesy, Buttery Jalapeño Corn Cakes recipe for you because we want you to…
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3 Flavor-Packed Summery Pastas to Enjoy Cold, Hot & Everywhere in Between

It’s the end of the long workday (or the start of an extra-long week) and we’re hungry. Like, “can’t-think-straight” hungry. Luckily, Food52 contributor EmilyC wants to do all the thinking for us. In Dinner’s Ready, her monthly column on weeknight wond…

It's the end of the long workday (or the start of an extra-long week) and we're hungry. Like, "can't-think-straight" hungry. Luckily, Food52 contributor EmilyC wants to do all the thinking for us. In Dinner's Ready, her monthly column on weeknight wonders, she shares three simple, flavor-packed recipes that are connected by a single idea or ingredient. Stick with Emily, and you'll have a good dinner on the table in no time. Today, Emily shows us a host of summery pasta recipes that can be made ahead and eaten hot or cold.


I love the start of summer for so many reasons...the long, warm days, the twinkling fireflies at dusk, ice cream sundaes just because. But the arrival of summer produce may top them all: Sweet corn on the cob. Juicy cherry tomatoes. Tender, leafy greens. Fragrant basil. All the zucchini and summer squash.

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Summer Corn Salad Recipe

Summer Corn Salad RecipeI love summer, partially because fresh corn is in abundance, which is one of my favorite summer vegetables! This recipe for Summer Corn Halloumi and Browned Butter Salad is so simple, really delicious and only uses a handful of …

Summer Corn Salad Recipe
I love summer, partially because fresh corn is in abundance, which is one of my favorite summer vegetables! This recipe for Summer Corn Halloumi and Browned Butter Salad is so simple, really delicious and only uses a handful of ingredients! I seriously make this salad all summer…
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3 Summery One-Skillet Dinners Because Washing Dishes Is Overrated

It’s the end of the long workday (or the start of an extra-long week) and we’re hungry. Like, “can’t-think-straight” hungry. Luckily, Food52 contributor EmilyC wants to do all the thinking for us. In Dinner’s Ready, her monthly column on weeknight wond…

It's the end of the long workday (or the start of an extra-long week) and we're hungry. Like, "can't-think-straight" hungry. Luckily, Food52 contributor EmilyC wants to do all the thinking for us. In Dinner's Ready, her monthly column on weeknight wonders, she shares three simple, flavor-packed recipes that are connected by a single idea or ingredient. Stick with Emily, and you'll have a good dinner on the table in no time. Today, Emily shows us how to make summer dinners sing—using just one skillet.


One-skillet dinners are alluring. What’s not to love about easy-to-prep, virtually mess-free meals assembled in one pan? I’ve long been a fan of this no-frills style of cooking—but cut to the eleventh week of quarantine, when I feel like I’ve cooked a gazillion-and-one dinners and washed as many dishes, and this approach seems downright essential.

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