I’ve Been Baking Cakes at Food52 for 10 Years. This One Might Be My Favorite.

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!


I was floored when the email landed in my inbox a few weeks ago asking me to develop a new cake recipe to celebrate Food52’s 10th birthday. Had it really been 10 years since I first clicked on the magical URL (more on that later), and fell seriously in love with the recipes, ideas, and conversations that were happening in this little corner of the internet?

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These are those kind of brownies. The kind of brownies where you eat one and swear off chocolate for the rest of the year and vow to eat salad (and salad alone!) for the next week. But then you sneak one for breakfast the next morning. And maybe one for lunch too. The kind of brownies that are so rich and fudgy, you have to eat them with a spoon. The kind of brownies that incite arguments over who gets the last one. (Yeah, that happened.) I realize that Cherry Lambic Brownies aren’t exactly why you read Oh My Veggies, but I had this idea floating around in my head ever since I made cupcakes with raspberry lambic earlier this year. I loved the hint of fruit the lambic added to those chocolate cupcakes and I wanted to experiment with using it in more baked goods. So I added “cherry lambic brownies” to my big list of recipes to make and it sat there for several months. I found myself putting off making them because rich, decadent desserts tend not to do well on my blog. However! I’m a big believer in the power of the daily occasional brownie. And […]

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Spicy Three-Chile Guacamole

Spicy Three-Chile Guacamole

Take your guacamole game from “nice” to “not sharing” with a combination of serrano, poblano, and jalapeño peppers! You’ll be so happy after one bite of this spicy, smoky dip. Doing cartwheels in the middle of a party will seem like a perfectly reasonable thing to do.

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8 Surefire Tips for Labor Day Grilling Success
8 Surefire Tips for Labor Day Grilling Success
8 Surefire Tips for Labor Day Grilling Success

Labor Day’s not the end for this year’s outdoor cooking—depending on where you live, you’ve probably got at least a couple more months’ grilling time. But there’s no time of year with a bounty of produce better suited to cooking over the coals, nor a more pleasant time to linger in the yard all day, sipping on something frosty.

Labor Day is often considered a last hurrah, a till next year to summer. And so we better honor it! Check your charcoal stores (or propane levels) and start dreaming up a menu—and keep these 8 tips for successful, memorable late-summer grilling in mind:

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Pulled Pork Sandwich

Pulled Pork Sandwich

Skip the jarred BBQ sauce! This pulled pork comes together easily and the homemade marinade makes the difference. Slowly cooked pork shoulder becomes fall-off-the-bone tender.

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How to Make Bacon in the Oven

Want to know the secret to perfectly crispy bacon every time? Bake it in the oven! It’s easy to make and easy to clean up. (No more bacon grease splatters on the stove!)

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Crispy Fish Tacos with Red Cabbage Slaw

Fish tacos are made for hot summer days! Crispy, spicy fish tucked into a bed of crunchy, sweet, and sour red cabbage slaw, all piled high on a tortilla—just add ice cold drinks and lots of laughter for a party. Taco Tuesday never tasted so good!

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Simply Recipes 2019 Meal Plan: August Week 4

Take a culinary trip around the world with this week’s meal plan! Indulge in Indian saag tofu, spice up your burger with a little chipotle, or head to France to enjoy pan bagnat. Round out the week with Greek chicken skewers, and arrive stateside for some lobster!

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Of all the liqueurs in our collection, bitter, herbal, and fruity Campari is one of the bottles we reach for most often. And as much as we love a classic Negroni, that’s hardly the only drink it shines in. Here are 21 recipes for Campari cocktails, from the traditional to the out-there.
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Sometimes life can throw stresses our way when we least need them: walking out without an umbrella on a rainy day, for instance, or reaching into a bag of jelly beans only to find that you’ve eaten all but the licorice ones.

I pull out my trusty Crockpot on days like those, when I need a little “Life is a cabaret, old chum!” pep in my step, a little slow-cooked comfort. The kind of comfort that comes twofold: first in the cooking, because all I need to do is bung everything into the slow cooker and press the button; the second in the eating, because we all know that the dishes we braise, simmer, and stew for 8 hours straight are usually soul-soothing.

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