Food & Wine

Food & Wine



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Joined on April 10, 2009

We looked inside some of the tweets by @foodandwine and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
27 minutes
Average replies
Average retweets
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Tweets with photos
0 / 100
Tweets with videos
5 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

12. in country United States and category Magazines & Journals

16. in category Magazines & Journals

23. in country United States and category Media

91. in category Media

217. in country United States

709. worldwide

Flour and water makes dough, but it also makes glue. Here's how to clean it up.

Have you been recycling your old pizza boxes?

Baking cooked sushi rice on a sheet pan transforms it into irresistible crispy rice cakes. Top them with spicy tuna, miso eggplant, ripe avocado, or whatever you like.

The Arkansas law sought to ban terms like "beef" and "burger" on the packaging of plant-based products.

Whole orange segments and freshly squeezed orange juice and zest give this hearty braise a burst of fresh citrus flavor.

This charred broccoli salad with miso dressing is ready in less than 30 minutes. It's a great for a quick lunch or dinner side salad.

This is the most delicious, juiciest roast chicken we've ever made in the F&W kitchen.

Chef's must-have home kitchen tools, from a coffee grinder to panini press.

"Let's be more inclusive. Let’s accept that pan cubano is also sourdough, and pan de coco is sourdough and look at it as such."

Where this cordial flows, mischief follows.

Fresh herbs bring extra brightness to this potato and corn salad:

No one ever sits you down to seriously talk to you about sharing your grownup kitchen with another person, but it needs to be discussed.

The best recipes to make in a muffin-tin, from macaroni and cheese to blackberry cheesecake.

You’ll be a lot happier if you add a few simple things as you simmer them.

What we order at the bar (and mix up at home) when we're not drinking booze.

You may not be able to travel overseas right now. But your taste buds can—and on the cheap.

This ooey, gooey grilled cheese—topped with honey and a sprinkle of flaky salt—is best eaten with a knife and fork:

These skillets are so beloved, customers couldn’t stop raving about them.

For centuries, Black communities in America have sustained and supported protest through food.

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