Category: Home & Design

My Life at Home with Linda Derschang, Seattle Restaurateur

Welcome to My Life at Home, where we slow down for just a minute to share a glimpse into the lives of food lovers we’d love to get to know better. Kick off your shoes and get comfy! Running a restaurant takes serious work. Running restaurants plural takes guts and a good dose of secret…


Kitchen Bugs & Pantry Pests Prevention Tips

Welcome to Pantry Goals, your destination for all the practical tips and need-to-know tricks to get your space in tip-top shape (and keep it that way). A few months ago, one of my dearest friends lived every baker’s nightmare. She opened up a bag of flour, intending to make cookies, only to be greeted by…


Tips & Excerpt from Root, Nature, Grow

During the busy holiday rush not too long ago, two of my co-workers surprised our team with the neatest gifts. Your mind might immediately go to a pan of Super Fudgy Brownies or a stack of Chocolate Chunk Cookies, but not this time (though we’d certainly never say no to those types of treats either)….


The 2-Ingredient Face Scrub That Saved My Winter Skin

I publish a lot of few-ingredient recipes these days. Many are five, but some are even less, like these four-ingredient butter pecan cookies or three-ingredient croissant brittle. But this recipe is even less. It’s two. Oh, and it’s actually a face scrub. A totally edible face scrub, but a face scrub all the same. Let’s…


The 19 Best Trader Joe’s Products That Aren’t Food

Trader Joe’s plays a special role in our lives here at Food52. Not just because we love the prices, the wines, and of course all of the snacks. (Actually, we love the snacks so much that our editor keeps a bag of them under her desk for meetings and birthday celebrations.) But like any good…


How to Clean & Organize Your Pantry in 10 Minutes Tips

Welcome to Pantry Goals, your destination for all the practical tips and need-to-know tricks to get your space in tip-top shape (and keep it that way). If I had to choose a VIP in my kitchen I’d have to go with my pantry. Humble and unsung, the pantry has saved me on bare, lonely nights…


10 Very Important Reasons Why I Love Living Alone

Table for One is a column by Senior Editor Eric Kim, who loves cooking for himself—and only himself—and seeks to celebrate the beauty of solitude in its many forms. Four score and seven years ago, I had a roommate. He was terribly inconsiderate and somehow got peanut butter on everything in our apartment: the toilet…


We Went Plastic-Free for a Week—Here Are 6 Surprising Things We Learned

Why ditch plastic? Let us count the reasons. Roughly one million plastic bottles are sold in the world per minute, and by 2050, it’s estimated that there could be more plastic in the ocean than fish. Those are just two in a veritable sea of urgent statistics—study after study shows we’re basically drowning the planet…


How to Make New Year’s Resolutions That Work for You

It’s the most wonderful time of the year—so bring on the comfort & joy, we say. In The Art of Chill Holidays, we’ll show you how we keep celebrations low-key, with festive decor tricks, clever time-saving tips, and scrumptious spreads of snacks (always snacks!). I am straight-up bad at New Year’s resolutions. Full disclosure: I…


Best Last-Minute Food Subscription Gifts

Tick-tock! I blinked and somehow found myself within spitting distance of Christmas. I’m realizing I may have missed the shipping cut-off dates for many sites, but my list of unshopped-for loved ones still looms large. If you find yourself similarly pressed for time, know that there are still plenty of thoughtful options out there. I’ve…


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