Provisions from Food52

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I’ve spent this summer cooking more than ever – I’ve spent a lot of time refining my fish taco recipe. In fact, I’ve spent so much time on it, that those who eat my cooking most frequently, are requesting a change in my repertoire. I’ve been a fan of Food52 since the James Beard award-winning site launched a few years. Every time, I revisit the site, they seem to have launched a new feature to make it even easier to enjoy cooking 52 weeks of the year. Today their are launching Provisions – a site that brings together recipes, products, and how-tos all in one place. For instance, when you shop for a baking dish on Provisions, you’ll also get gratin recipes and baked sides dishes – and even a how-to video on how to thinly slice potatoes for gratin. The site is launching with 100 products and will be updated about 2 to 3 times per week.  I’m already making a long wish list. Oh! And I found my next dinner – I’m going to give fish tacos a rest and try my hand at zucchini quinoa burgers. –Amy

All photographs by James Ransom

Image above: citron pressé set $55

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Image above: Jacobsen Salt Co. Oyster Salt Cellar Pair $16

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Image above: trident barspoon $12

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Image above: 24K Gold-Plated Cobbler $90

 

  1. Loving the trident bar spoon – for the lil Devil in your life!

  2. OMG trying the quinoa burgers this week!!

  3. G. says:

    I’m definitely going to make the zucchini quinoa burgers but I’d also love to see the fish taco recipe you’ve been refining!

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