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21 Steak Dinner Ideas for Date Night & Beyond

Cooking steak is easily one of the fastest ways to get dinner on the table—15 minutes tops, in many cases. Whether you’re a fan of skirt steaks, filet mignon, or chicken-fried steak, and serving with balsamic vinegar, greens beans, blue cheese, or in a steak sandwich, a perfectly cooked steak can be a thing of wonder. But there’s no need to reserve it for special occasions. Pull out these perfect steak dinner ideas for date nights, weeknights, and more.
Before there were scented foams, supplementary truffle fees, and marathon tasting menus, there was the steakhouse. There were dark upholstered leather booths and waiters in tuxes, tiny lamps perched atop white linen tablecloths and old-school crème brûlée for dessert. There was Don Draper. Read More >> …

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19 Crusty, Chewy, Buttery Bread Recipes

Here’s a highly achievable New Year’s resolution for 2020: Bake a loaf of bread. Because the only thing more satisfying than smelling freshly baked bread is smelling freshly baked bread in your own kitchen. There’s a reason baking bread is its own kind of ritual. A from-scratch loaf is a mix between science and magic, where simple flour, salt, and water transform into crusty-edged, fluffy-centered (and hopefully butter-slathered) goodness. It’s delicious, yes, but it’s also empowering—a project that warms your home and satisfies deeply. Whether you love pillowy focaccia, craggy soda bread, or a tangy sourdough, there’s a bread recipe waiting for you. And to prove it (eh?), we’ve combed through Food52’s decade-old recipe box for our favorite bread recipes, ever. Read More >> …

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25 Coconut Milk Recipes for Anytime, Anywhere

Good things come in tin cans. Case in point: sardines, whole tomatoes, beans galore—and coconut milk. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Coconut milk is one sexy, dreamy canned good. It’s sweet but not cloyingly so, rich but not heavy. It’s cheap! It adds depth to the savory and the sweet, from soup to sweet potatoes to cake. Its creamy, dairy-like qualities make it a vegan’s best friend—and it can be your best friend, too.
Here are 25 ways to make friends with coconut milk: Read More >> …

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17 Recipes to Use Up Your Leftover Heavy Cream

Picture this: It’s the day after Thanksgiving, and your fridge is just filled to the brim. And, tucked away behind stacks of Thanksgiving leftovers, there are at least three half-empty cartons of heavy cream you threw in haphazardly amidst the dinner storm. Now, imagine that you face the remnants and their looming expiration dates, yet you have no desire to eat another dollop of whipped cream. The best news? You don’t have put that cream to waste—instead, you can make one of the 17 delicious recipes that follow. Heck, you might even start buying cream just so you can make them all, year-round!
1. Caramelized Cream Eggs from Ideas in Food
The easiest, most rewarding thing to do with cream (should we just end this list early?)? Fry eggs—or pork chops, carrots, onions, anything, really—in it. As the liquid cooks down in a skillet, it separates out into a layer of butterfat and buttermilk, steaming the eggs and…

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5 No-Fail Father’s Day Breakfasts Everyone Will Like

For any non-dad, Father’s Day feels like a hard one to get right. Do you plan a full schedule of activities? Or do you let dad relax? Do you take him out for dinner? Or do you cook him a nice meal? And what about a gift? Does he really need another grilling set? How about a salami bouquet? The options are at once completely overwhelming and totally limited. Lucky for us, we have the inside scoop. And as it turns out, all dad really wants is a good breakfast. 
Here, Micah Abrams, former editorial director of Fatherly, a digital lifestyle guide for men entering parenthood, shares his five ideal Father’s Day breakfasts (though they’d also be welcome any day of the week).  Read More >> …

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The 50 Most Popular Recipes of 2018, According to You

Here at Food52, we believe there’s a perfect recipe for every person. Maybe you’re looking to shock and awe your bookclub with a cake or a quiche. Or you’re on the hunt for weeknight meals, from speedy to big-batch. And what about weekend projects to simmer and braise? We’ve got those, too. The joy of cooking is that no matter how many times we come back to our comforting favorites, there’s always a new technique to learn, ingredient to try, or flavor to develop. The longer we cook and spend time in the kitchen, the more we can add to our repertoire of meals we love. Read More >> …

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Anton Chekhov’s 6 Rules for a Great Story

Mastering the essential complementarity of compassion and total objectivity. …

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