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August 29, 2013 @ Whole Story
Summer is ending and it’s time to get back into your routine. But there’s no need for lunches to be routine! Get inventive, make things from scratch and use what you have on hand. Here are five tips for making a better packed lunch. 1. Sandwiches don’t have to be PB&J.
August 15, 2013 @ Whole Story
In some ways, Labor Day is the perfect long weekend: full of cookouts, trips to the pool, lazy afternoons, and, of course, plenty of good food. But depending on what part of the country you live in, you just might feel the first autumn crispness in the air. Once the weekend’s over, it’s full-force towards fall, which is all the more reason to celebrate the flavors of summer before it’s hat-and-scarf season. Make these crowd-pleasing, super-fresh dishes and hold on to summer as long as you can.  
July 30, 2013 @ Whole Story
Save yourself from the kitchen’s heat with recipes that require no cooking at all. We’ve chosen summer dishes that are refreshing, easy to put together, and will keep you far, far away from a hot oven or stove. And they’ll pack up well, too. Make these dishes ahead of time, store them in your fridge, and then find a cool, shady spot to enjoy your meal.  Recipe: Zuccaghetti
July 20, 2013 @ Whole Story
Picnics seem like such laid-back affairs until one day when you realize you’re -- by most accounts -- a grownup, and no longer want to eat soggy fried chicken that’s shrugged off its crust in the car ride over, potato salad that’s been mashed into oblivion with mayo, or bedraggled fruit salad that was made just a few too many days in advance. Just because you’re eating on a blanket and your food is literally lower to the ground doesn’t mean you have to lower your standards. Here are five surefire tips for planning a picnic menu.
June 29, 2013 @ Whole Story
For children and adults alike, the highlight of Fourth of July parties often centers on what comes at the end of the night: fireworks. But who’s to say the food can’t be equally as exciting?
June 15, 2013 @ Whole Story
In the summer, you'll find us eating and drinking outside as much as we possibly can. So when it comes to throwing parties, we turn to potlucks to make hosting as stress-free as possible -- and to maximize our time out-of-doors.
May 22, 2013 @ Whole Story
Whether you’re hosting pool parties or sleepovers this summer, you’re going to need snacks that can be made by the double or triple batch.
May 17, 2013 @ Whole Story
This Memorial Day, go rogue: grill what no one else is grilling.
April 6, 2013 @ Whole Story
Sturdy enough for potlucks, yet classy enough for the fanciest of dinner parties, these six salads are poised to be stunners all season long.
March 19, 2013 @ Whole Story
When it comes to fried eggs, there are many versions of perfection. We’re here to help you find yours.
March 18, 2013 @ Whole Story
Daylight Saving Time has extended our evening light, and we’re brightening things up in the kitchen to match.
March 11, 2013 @ Whole Story
To celebrate spring's bounty, we’ll be throwing plenty of parties full of light, fresh fare. Here are just a few ways to delight guests with the best of the season.
February 27, 2013 @ Whole Story
Our friends at are holding a recipe contest! Read on for details.
February 26, 2013 @ Whole Story
Easter falls on March 31 this year, which makes us wonder: Is it playing hard to get? It certainly seems so; we’ll have just dipped a toe into spring at that point, and that makes it difficult to plan a menu around late-spring staples -- strawberries, asparagus, artichokes, sweet English peas -- as we typically would. So back to the drawing board we went, swapping blushing berries for sweet citrus, diminutive peas for lanky leeks, and so on. You know what? This might be the best Easter menu yet.
January 30, 2013 @ Whole Story
This Valentine's Day, why go through the hullabaloo of dinner at a packed, pricey steakhouse when you can make it (better) at home?
January 22, 2013 @ Whole Story
For anyone who wants to get a home-cooked meal on the table at least a few nights a week without frenzy or financial fall-out, Food52 is here to help.

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