The Food52 Cookbook: 140 Winning Recipes from Exceptional Home Cooks

The Food Cookbook Winning Recipes from Exceptional Home Cooks The Food Cookbook is the first ever online community cookbook based on the popular Food website Best of the Web Saveur by bestselling author Amanda Hesser and food writer Merrill Stubbs The beau

  • Title: The Food52 Cookbook: 140 Winning Recipes from Exceptional Home Cooks
  • Author: Amanda Hesser Merrill Stubbs Food52
  • ISBN: 9780061887208
  • Page: 213
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Food 52 Cookbook is the first ever online community cookbook, based on the popular Food52 website Best of the Web Saveur by bestselling author Amanda Hesser and food writer Merrill Stubbs The beautifully photographed pages are filled with than 140 delicious seasonal recipes from the most inventive home cooks in America The Food 52 Cookbook is a feast foThe Food 52 Cookbook is the first ever online community cookbook, based on the popular Food52 website Best of the Web Saveur by bestselling author Amanda Hesser and food writer Merrill Stubbs The beautifully photographed pages are filled with than 140 delicious seasonal recipes from the most inventive home cooks in America The Food 52 Cookbook is a feast for the senses, tantalizing with scrumptious culinary delights like Lamb Burgers with Cilantro Yogurt and Strawberries with Lavender Biscuits.

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    About “Amanda Hesser Merrill Stubbs Food52

    • Amanda Hesser Merrill Stubbs Food52

      Amanda Hesser has been a food columnist and editor at the New York Times for than a decade She is the author of the award winning Cooking for Mr Latte and The Cook and the Gardener and edited the essay collection Eat, Memory Hesser is also the co founder of food52 She lives in Brooklyn with her husband, Tad Friend, and their two children.

    168 thoughts on “The Food52 Cookbook: 140 Winning Recipes from Exceptional Home Cooks

    • I'm sure there are some hidden gems in Food 52 cookbooks, but if you are an avid reader of food blogs or have an extensive library of cookbooks, you will find a lot of well trod territory. I didn't find much that I hadn't made before or seen in cookbooks I already own (mine is a library copy). Nothing jumped out and screamed, "Me! Make me!" My main complaint, however, is with the organizational structure. The format is in keeping with the voting style of the website, which does not translate wel [...]


    • Little did I know when I picked this book up that I was going to be completely swept away. First Food52 is a website created by the authors to support home cooking. I could spend a day there just looking over their dinner and a movie section.The cookbook represents a year's worth of recipes that the authors gathered from their website. These are not just any recipes but the winners of a variety of contests they hold.The recipes are real world recipes - sophisticated and yet homey. I can imagine [...]


    • I am LOVING this cookbook. They say every kitchen should have a good, classic cookbook (think NY Times or the Joy of Cooking). The Food52 Cookbook belongs right next to those tried and true classics. Looking through, I can't wait to try out some of these recipes, getting the grocery list ready now :) The recipes will expand my skills while using my current base. The photographs make you want to reach in and eat them. The concept of an online forum/site having contests to determine the Best of e [...]


    • This is a great idea for a cookbook. FOOD52 polled their blog readers for the best recipe to gather one for each week of the year (plus a few extras). As with the website, the layout is clean and interesting, and the photos are beautiful. The book is divided into seasons and (theoretically) what's best to cook during them. There are some recipes that I'll never look twice at, but I'm definitely looking forward to making some of these out. After all, crowd-sourced food can't be wrong, right?I rec [...]


    • Strong points of this cookbook are the gorgeous full-color photographs, and all the additional tidbits of information at the end of each recipe. I marked about a dozen of the recipes to try. The level of difficulty varies but most do not seem difficult and the step-by-step methods are clear and easy to follow. I like the associated blog -- Food52 -- too.


    • Excellent flavors, very interesting recipes and the vegetarian ones are really stellar! So appetizing, I will cook some of them this week! Read on Netgalley, so not out yet, but I will get one soon



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    • It’s basically like the website and it’s odd that they include reader’s comments that don’t really enhance the recipe. There’s a wide array of recipes that fit a range of different level of skills in the kitchen. Pictures with every recipe which I appreciate.


    • Hesser & Stubbs where have you been all my life? Recipes my family will eat with ingredients I've heard of and things I'm skilled enough to make! Yay Food52!



    • I love reading through new cookbooks, earmarking new recipes to try. These are recipes submitted by home cooks, and I was eager to find a new set of delicious but hopefully relatively simple things to try. This cookbook is beautiful, well written, and beautifully photographed. Many of the other recipes, to be fair, do seem more sensible, but overall this cookbook feels like it is grasping to be more a fine dining cookbook and less a home chef oriented cookbook. While home chefs may have come up [...]


    • OK. I haven't made even one of the recipes YET, but I want to make most of them right now! I checked this book out of the library and could barely finish reading it before I wanted to own it. Many of the recipes are not what I consider my usual fare but they all sound wonderful. The whole idea for a cookbook written with all sorts of comments, suggestions and more from other cooks and a contest for the best make this a must have. I'll think I'll pick up the other cookbooks in the series when I'm [...]


    • I'm not familiar with the Food 52 network, so thought, when I saw the subtitle ("exceptional home cooks") that it was a no-frills, home cooking cookbook. Ha. Not with ingredients like almond butter for breakfast polenta and "dessicated coconut" (huh?) for ice cream. I really like the idea of submitting "best of" recipes: best Thanksgiving leftovers, best zucchini reciped the dishes are nicely photographed, with clear instructions, but I'm not making anything out of this. Too fussy for me.


    • I am not sure this should count as reading but I did review all the recipes. I haven't cooked many/any yet. I like the Food52 app and I like practical ideas that many home cooks present on the food52 website. I think that this will join Plenty (Ottolenghi) as a standard resource for cooking at our house.


    • There are some good recipes in this cookbook, but boy, are there are some pretty darn yuppie recipes in here. General rule of thumb - if your recipe calls for saffron, you're officially entering into the realm of yuppy cooking.


    • Recipes from contributors to the Food52 blog, compiled by Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs from themed competitions. Quite a few that I would like to try. Most of the contributors have their own blogs as well. This could be trouble.


    • There's nothing special here. The pictures and anecdotes are nice. But the recipes are in chronological - for Food 52 contest - order, making it difficult to navigate if you're looking for a good dish by category.


    • I love the Food52 website/blog! Even though I'm terrible at actually following recipes I've gotten lots of great ideas from here and have tried quite a few from the book -- all great and pretty simple. And I love the ethos of crowdsourcing, or whatever you want to call it.


    • With a decent selection of recipes at different levels of difficulty, this book had a lot to offer-from the carbonara that had my family groaning for more to the rosemary bread that has become an all time favorite. Definitely check it out!


    • These Food52 editors are onto somethingI'm reading all of their cookbooks that I can get my hands on. Thank goodness the Seattle Library has most of them! What does it say about life when I'm doing more cooking and less reading? Hmmm?


    • I've been cooking a lot out of this book this fall, and the recipes have all been fantastic. I'm making Brussel sprouts tonight, and last week I fell in love with the linguine with bread crumbs and kale. Also, double chocolate espresso cookies. Mmmmmm.


    • I pulled a few recipes, but not a ton seemed as awesome as you would think. I have marked a cold overnight coffee drink, a spice cake with caramel icing and a fried polenta topped with caramelized onions. We'll see how they turn out. The spice cake is a keeper.


    • A great library book check out. I probably won't buy it; I wasn't wowed by the recipes like I was with Food52's baking cookbook. I thought that I would probably only make a few of the recipes. The zucchini pancakes and cookies looked like I should try them!


    • WOW what a great cookbook! The recipes are absolutely delicious. The bonus are the notes of recommendation by other cooks and the references about the authors of the recipes. A great resource beyond just the recipes.


    • great variety of ideas and all around American Cooking in this decade. I especially like the descriptions and the "reviews" included. I wish all cook books had some "reviews with the recipes". Might up the stars once I make some of the dishes. Impressed initially.





    • Every recipe I've tried has been delicious. My favorites so far are the crock pot oatmeal and the "secret ingredient" stew.


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