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How a Bold Design Move Transformed This 120-Year-Old House

In 1896, a corporate attorney and his wife, an artist, broke ground on a home in Chicago’s Oak Park neighborhood. At 3,500 square feet, the two-story plot would come to boast all of the era’s most beloved accents: hearty crown molding, brass door handles and ornate window casings. It w...

Genius Homemade Popcorn, the Smitten Kitchen Way

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. Sometimes the real moments of genius in cooking come not from a plan well-executed, but from making good of the inedible...

The 10 Los Angeles Bakeries We Can't Leave Town Without Visiting

In partnership with Hilton, we're sharing all the bakeries we look forward to visiting every time we're in Los Angeles. On the menu: life-changing almond croissants, blueberry roti buns, Instagram-famous ricotta toast, and so much more. I don't know about you, but whenever I plan a...

22 Vegetarian Instant Pot Recipes *Everyone* Can Enjoy

While beloved for its ability to take meats from tough-to-tender in no time at all, the Instant Pot can wield its high-pressure magic on so much more. The steamy and stable environment created inside a pressure cooker makes it the perfect tool for homemade fresh cheeses, creamy vegetarian soups,...

The Spicy Noodle Soup You're Sleeping On

Most people go to Nha Trang One, a tiny Vietnamese restaurant on Baxter Street in New York City, for the steaming bowls of phở. The delicately flavored noodle soup is, after all, Nha Trang One’s most popular dish; owner Andy Ha estimates they sell over 1,000 bowls weekly. But instead of...

This Lemony Roast Chicken Is a Ray of Sunshine on a Winter Day

A Big Little Recipe has the smallest-possible ingredient list and big everything else: flavor, creativity, wow factor. Psst—we don't count water, salt, black pepper, and certain fats (specifically, 1/2 cup or less of olive oil, vegetable oil, and butter), since we're g...

How to Store an Avocado, So You Don’t End Up With Brown Mush

So, you bought an avocado to make guacamole or a sandwich or ice cream. But, where's the best place to keep it? And what happens if you have half leftover? Today, we're going back to the basics on how to store an avocado—from when to keep at room temp to how to tell if it's ripe. Let...

This New Bathroom Color Trend Might Just Be the Easiest Upgrade

If there’s anything we’ve learned, it’s that even the best-loved home decor trends come and go—the days of open shelving and all-white kitchens may be waning, and even the classic subway tile is growing tired. When it comes to bathroom trends, Pinterest seems to dictate that a wash of neutral ...

11 Surprising Kroger Secrets You'll Wish You Knew Sooner

Guess who has two thumbs and had never been to a Kroger? Yep, it’s me. Despite the fact that there are over 3,000 Kroger stores in dozens of states (including my own), I had astonishingly never stepped foot inside one. Luckily, I was able to fix that when I went to visit my friend Lind...

For Even Better Bacon, Chrissy Teigen Does This

In my eyes, Chrissy Teigen—cookbook author, supermodel, Twitter queen—can do no wrong. And for good reason: She's brought magic to my kitchen with recipes like French toast casserole and crispy rice salad. Sure, there was that one time when I almost set fire to my kitchen while making he...

The ABCs of Good Food: A Is for Access

What's the difference between cage-free, pastured, and humane eggs? And why do they cost eight dollars at the farmers' market, but a dollar at the supermarket? What does "organic" really mean? The ABCs of Good Food will attempt to answer these questions—and ask some new ones—one ...
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