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85 Delicious Game-Day Recipes

Still planning your menu for the big game? Look no further than these 85 delicious game-day recipes. From dips and small bites to main dishes and desserts, we’ve got everything you need to throw the best game-day party in town. I’ve never been super into watching football, despite being a big fan of game-day snacks. …

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Still planning your menu for the big game? Look no further than these 85 delicious game-day recipes. From dips and small bites to main dishes and desserts, we’ve got everything you need to throw the best game-day party in town.

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I’ve never been super into watching football, despite being a big fan of game-day snacks.

But now that I’m parenting a certified Swiftie and Taylor’s dating The Guy on the Chiefs…well, let’s just say that the big game is a little bit more on my radar than usual this year.

The food is still the most important part of any game-day party, though, if you ask me. I love loading up on a plate full of chips and dips, but will also never say no to a great sandwich or bowl of chili or helping of cheesy potatoes.

Whether you’re planning a party for the big game or are cooking for your family at home, I’ve pulled together 75+ of the best game-day recipes. From dips to mains to sides and desserts, I’ve got you covered for anything you could possibly want to serve.

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50 Best Vegetarian Recipes

If you want to find vegetarian recipes, you’re in the right place! ALL the recipes on Love & Lemons are vegetarian, and after 10+ years of blogging, I have hundreds of easy vegetarian meals on the site. To get you started, I’ve rounded …


If you want to find vegetarian recipes, you’re in the right place! ALL the recipes on Love & Lemons are vegetarian, and after 10+ years of blogging, I have hundreds of easy vegetarian meals on the site. To get you started, I’ve rounded up 50 of my most popular vegetarian recipes. They include meatless classics like vegetarian lasagna and hearty vegetarian chili, protein-packed veggie burgers, healthy grain bowls, easy comfort foods, and more. Whether you’re a lifelong vegetarian looking to refresh your dinner rotation or you’re experimenting with vegan or vegetarian meals for the first time, you’re sure to find something […]

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12 Holiday Entertaining Essentials From the Food52 Team

This holiday season, we’ve teamed up with our friends at NOLET’S Silver Gin to share some of our favorite products and recipes for hosting—including our go-to cocktails starring NOLET’S Gin, which is crafted with real botanicals and over 330 years of f…

This holiday season, we’ve teamed up with our friends at NOLET’S Silver Gin to share some of our favorite products and recipes for hosting—including our go-to cocktails starring NOLET’S Gin, which is crafted with real botanicals and over 330 years of family experience.


Whether it’s your first time hosting during the holidays or your 40th time, we know that it can be a stressful undertaking. From creating a cohesive menu to making sure you have enough plates and forks to go around, there are countless points at which planning can take a wrong turn. To avoid some of these potential pitfalls, we turned to the Food52 team for advice: What are holiday hosting essentials you can’t live without? The answers varied, ranging from silicone lids that make prep work a breeze to festive, easy-to-love cocktails made with NOLET’S Gin. However you’re celebrating the season, here are 12 of our best tips, recipes, and tools to make it as seamless—and joyful—as possible.

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Our 38 Favorite Recipes To Make in a Loaf Pan

If you’ve ever been in the mood to bake but haven’t been sure what type of project to tackle, there’s a good chance you landed on a loaf cake or quick bread. Why? They’re sort of the ultimate last-minute baking project. They usually don’t require any s…

If you’ve ever been in the mood to bake but haven’t been sure what type of project to tackle, there’s a good chance you landed on a loaf cake or quick bread. Why? They’re sort of the ultimate last-minute baking project. They usually don’t require any specialty ingredients, their batters are easy to whip up in a pinch, and they offer an easy way to incorporate the flavors of whatever season you’re in—from cozy, fall pumpkin breads to summery, berry-infused tea cakes. Without further ado, here are 38 cakes and quick breads you can make in your loaf pan.


Banana Bread

Is there anything associated more with the loaf pan than banana bread? Easy, quick to throw together, and with no special ingredients required, it’s no wonder that a simple banana bread is one of our favorite things to bake.

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30 Thanksgiving Recipes From Our Residents

Here at Food52, we lean on our Residents—a group of cooks, chefs, and experts who contribute to our site—for cooking tips on a daily basis, and Thanksgiving is no exception. Over the years, our Residents have churned out countless recipes perfect for t…

Here at Food52, we lean on our Residents—a group of cooks, chefs, and experts who contribute to our site—for cooking tips on a daily basis, and Thanksgiving is no exception. Over the years, our Residents have churned out countless recipes perfect for the occasion, whether they were explicitly created for the holiday or not. So, if you’re still planning your Thanksgiving menu, follow our lead and look to our brilliant Residents, current and past, for inspiration: Here are 30 recipes to make this turkey day.


Appetizers

These are the dishes that greet your guests when they arrive—and, they’re arguably some of the most delicious bites of the entire night. You can’t go wrong with a cheesy centerpiece, like Marissa Mullen’s maple-glazed baked Brie, or a classic hors d'oeuvres, like Melina Hammer’s take on deviled eggs.

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Our 34 Best Gluten-Free Baking Recipes

Gluten-free baking often gets a bad rap, but that doesn’t need to be the case. By using alternative flours, grains, and starches, you can get results similar to those in traditional, wheat-based recipes—but even better is using these ingredients to ach…

Gluten-free baking often gets a bad rap, but that doesn’t need to be the case. By using alternative flours, grains, and starches, you can get results similar to those in traditional, wheat-based recipes—but even better is using these ingredients to achieve textures and flavors that are unique and delicious in their own right. You can use glutinous rice flour to make a chewy, squishy mochi cake, for example, or reach for almond meal to make a dense, rich torte. And those are just cakes—you can also make satisfying breads, cookies, pies, and more that just so happen to be without gluten. To get you started, here are 34 of our best gluten-free baking recipes.


Gluten-Free Breads

Of all the baked goods to turn gluten-free, breads are probably the toughest to get right. These four recipes will always have your back, though—whether you’re making a simple bread for sandwiches or cornbread to serve with your next bowl of chili.

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5 New Recipes We Loved in October

Looking at October’s new recipes, it’s clear that baking season is in full swing: Three of the five recipes that we published this month are for baking projects—a proportion we likely wouldn’t have seen just a month or two ago. It’s clear that it was also a month for bold, dynamic flavors. Think: focaccia doused with a spicy, earthy coffee-chili crisp, big plate chicken that’s been “turbo-charged,” and pots de crème flavored with a winning combination of chocolate and hazelnuts. Without further ado, here are five new recipes we published in October.

1. Hazelnut Chocolate Pots de Crème With Hazelnut Brittle

These individual pots de crème are ideal for all the fall and winter dinner parties you have coming up—but it’s the orange-scented hazelnut brittle that really steals the show.

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Looking at October’s new recipes, it’s clear that baking season is in full swing: Three of the five recipes that we published this month are for baking projects—a proportion we likely wouldn’t have seen just a month or two ago. It’s clear that it was also a month for bold, dynamic flavors. Think: focaccia doused with a spicy, earthy coffee-chili crisp, big plate chicken that’s been “turbo-charged,” and pots de crème flavored with a winning combination of chocolate and hazelnuts. Without further ado, here are five new recipes we published in October.

1. Hazelnut Chocolate Pots de Crème With Hazelnut Brittle

These individual pots de crème are ideal for all the fall and winter dinner parties you have coming up—but it’s the orange-scented hazelnut brittle that really steals the show.

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5 Weeknight Recipes for the Ambitious Cook

Bad news: It’s getting dark super early again. There’s something about looking out the window after a long work day and seeing your vitamin-D deficient reflection (instead of the glorious sun) that just makes going home feel like a bummer. That’s when …

Bad news: It’s getting dark super early again. There’s something about looking out the window after a long work day and seeing your vitamin-D deficient reflection (instead of the glorious sun) that just makes going home feel like a bummer. That’s when I turn to cooking. My free time—previously consumed by frolicking outdoors— significantly lengthens as we creep towards winter, and a super fun recipe with an incredible payoff is a delicious way to bring some joy to the doldrums of uninspired, late-fall weeknight cooking. Below are some of my favorite recipes that take a bit of time, a touch of planning, and just a few extra ingredients, but are incredibly worth it—trust me.

1. Mushroom chowder with crispy mushroom bacon

DIY mushroom bacon? Sign me up. The bacon is optional here, but I beg to differ. The crispy, crunchy bits, contrasting with the creamy soup (and tender bites of more mushrooms inside) are a perfect, savory match. Heck, make some extra “bacon” for tomorrow’s breakfast.

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7 Simple Ways to Transform Your Holiday Leftovers

We’re teaming up with our friends at Finish, the #1 recommended detergent in America by dishwasher brands*, to share some of our Test Kitchen’s best tips for reducing mess while hosting this holiday season.

Thanksgiving is everything the holidays sh…

We’re teaming up with our friends at Finish, the #1 recommended detergent in America by dishwasher brands*, to share some of our Test Kitchen's best tips for reducing mess while hosting this holiday season.


Thanksgiving is everything the holidays should be. It’s a time to gather with my nearest and dearest, flex my cooking chops, and of course, eat the best assortment of food. But, after days of grocery shopping, prepping, cooking, and hosting, all I want to do is relax on the couch—and the only thing I want to eat is leftovers..

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5 Weeknight Meals Using What’s Already in My Kitchen

Grocery shopping is, by far, my favorite chore. Especially when I technically already have enough food at home, leaving me to browse the aisles purely for fun. However, it’s sadly not a hobby I can always indulge in. At the moment, my kitchen/pantry/fr…

Grocery shopping is, by far, my favorite chore. Especially when I technically already have enough food at home, leaving me to browse the aisles purely for fun. However, it’s sadly not a hobby I can always indulge in. At the moment, my kitchen/pantry/fridge is nearing its capacity, and I’m trying to save some extra cash—all of which means that a big grocery trip is not in the cards this week. So, I decided that my goal for the next five days is to cook using ingredients I already have. The approach? I’ll definitely be leaning on pantry staples—like rice, beans, and potatoes—while also making use of some wildcard items that have been sitting on my shelves and require more creative solutions. With that in mind, here are five dinners that make use of the fresh produce, canned foods, and frozen items I have on hand.


1. Cabbage

I’ve got a giant, untouched green cabbage taking up too much space in my fridge. And while this recipe calls for Savoy or Napa cabbage, recipe developer EmilyC says that as long as you give it some extra time to simmer, green cabbage will work well, too.

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