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The Little-Known Food Culture That Shaped Southern Cooking Today

Gullah cuisine, South Carolina's crowning gem. The checks they cash on Hilton Head Island are deep-fried and smothered in gravy. Nearly three million people visit the summer...  more »

03/28/2018

Good Libations

Tags: Coffee, Millennials, coffee, coffeeSource: Food52

Apparently, Americans Are Drinking More Coffee Than Ever

Well, folks, it seems we've reached peak coffee consumption. All those cold brews and lattes and the slew of new home brewing techniques weren't just a coincidence: Americans are...  more »

03/16/2018

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Chefs, Consumer TrendsSource: Food52

A YouTube Cook with a Single-Handed Approach to Kitchen Creativity

"So, what's your favorite thing about having a stump?" Alexis Hillyard asks her guest. They are standing behind the counter in a corner of her kitchen. A Microplane, a whisk, and...  more »

12/11/2017

Good Libations

Tags: Mixology, CocktailsSource: Food52

Why the Best Bar in the World is Betting on Non-Alcoholic Cocktails

We've partnered with VisitBritain to take a closer look at the foods, producers, restaurants, and regions that make Great Britain a top destination for food-loving travelers. The...  more »

12/05/2016

Sweet Talk

Tags: DessertSource: food52.com

The Illustrated Biographies of 16 1/2 Global Desserts

A regional Mexican specialty rapidly fading from collective memory. A ubiquitous Christmas cake tradition in a country that's less than 1% Christian. Read these stories (+15 more!) more »

10/14/2016

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Culinary, FlavorSource: food52.com

The Sour, Spicy Fusion Food That's Wildly Popular in India (& Coming to a Kitchen Near You)

Growing up in Bombay, my absolute favorite go-out-to-eat cuisine was Indian-Chinese-dishes with oddball names like vegetable Manchurian, Hakka noodles, chilli paneer, and American...  more »

06/03/2016

Good Libations

Tags: Coffee, WineSource: food52.com

Could Coffee Be the Next Wine of California?

There is coffee growing in California. And if this elicits a whaaa? sort of reaction from you, you're not alone. Sarah Henry told me that so many have asked her after looking at...  more »

04/11/2016

Sweet Talk

Tags: Chocolate, ConfectionerySource: food52.com

The Guide to Foil-Wrapped Italian Chocolates

Directly across from the coffee bar, just inside of the Broadway entrance, the chocolate section at Eataly is a marvel: Foil-wrapped Italian chocolates climb the walls and overflow...  more »

10/02/2015

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Snacks, HispanicSource: food52.com

Pao de Queijo: Brazil's Best, Cheesiest Snack

From Brazil, gooey cheese balls with cavernous interiors and a crunchy skin. Some foods deserve to be eaten daily and pao de queijo is one of those foods. These round, cavernous...  more »

09/21/2015

Beyond the Plate

Tags: BreakfastSource: food52.com

Meet the Pancake That's the Official Snack of Norwegian Ferries

On the Staten Island Ferry, you can buy beer. On a Norwegian ferry, you can buy pancakes. It surprises me (and one travel companion in particular) that I've never missed a...  more »

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