Shoutout to food52 for consistently posting such awesome stuff!


The results are in — here are your favorite recipes with mustard. Now, we’re asking you to vote for the champ.


Hasselback Potatoes | “Absolutely gorgeous and taste as good as they look. Different cheeses and seasonings are wonderful to experiment with.” -– LadyBetsU

Get the recipe and load ‘em up your way:


Avocado and Asparagus Egg Sandwiches: Fresh, in-season asparagus spears join crispy bacon and fluffy eggs in this hearty whole grain sandwich. (


Lightly sautéed carrot ribbons, steamed brown rice, sriracha roasted chickpeas, sautéed asparagus with salt and pepper, and baked kale falafel with hummus and lime.

Reblog if you’re one of the few people who actually like broccoli.

Love it!

(via food52)

“There are essentially only two drugs that Western civilization tolerates: Caffeine from Monday to Friday to energize you enough to make you a productive member of society, and alcohol from Friday to Monday to keep you too stupid to figure out the prison that you are living in.”
 Bill Hicks (via thatlitsite)


Free your yogurt of its shackles to breakfast.

Read more: 5 Links to Read Before Cooking with Yogurt on Food52.

Some once said that the only thing they wouldn’t put Sriracha on are their eyes and genitals.  I can’t say I disagree with that sentiment. 


Sriracha in the morning, Sriracha in the evening, Sriracha at supper time…

Read more: 1 Bottle of Sriracha, 5 Dinners on Food52.

Love this!  It practically gives an entire recipe with just a series of pictures. 


Cure whatever ails you.

Read more: How to Make Chicken Noodle Soup Without a Recipe on Food52.

Mmmm… Cauliflower.  Easily the best veggie, ever. 



Piccalilli is one of the most English of preserves – crunchy cauliflower, usually in a vibrant yellow sauce of turmeric and English mustard powder. This version gives it a Spanish flavour using sherry vinegar and smoked paprika (pimienton de la vera).

These quantities are based on 500g of…