Emily Teel

Emily Teel is a food writer, recipe developer, and principal at Farm Market Media. She lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Can We Finally Agree That Biscuits and Scones Are Basically the Same Thing?
What's the difference? As it turns out, not much!
May 5, 2021
We Tried 5 Methods for Sky-High Dutch Baby Pancakes and Didn’t Expect These Results
Skills Showdown
Can a few extra steps make for one that rises well beyond the pan to create the drama we expect without compromising taste?
Apr 9, 2021
All You Need to Know About Buying, Cooking, and Eating Lamb
Is lamb on your menu? We've got you covered!
Apr 2, 2021
10 Ways to Reset Your Kitchen for the New Year
Every January I clear the decks from the madness of the holiday season. All of the cookie-baking, latke-frying, and meat-roasting is work, after all, and even though I diligently clean as I go, this busy season takes a toll. For me, clearing the decks means putting away the cake stands, bundt pans, and the big roasting tray.
Jul 17, 2020
5 Reasons I Organize My Cookbooks by Color
It starts out innocently enough. At first, a few cookbooks on the kitchen or coffee table, piled up after a search for the best waffle recipe, dinner party menu, or that barbecue rub that’s so much better than the others.
May 1, 2019
A Lazy Guide to Summer Cleaning
We’ve officially reached the dog days of summer, a period of the year which nearly guarantees laziness and lethargy. Laziness is good. It aligns with the best parts of what the season represents: time spent hanging poolside, on a beach, or in a super-chilled movie theatre; swinging in a hammock; sipping an icy beverage; or dipping in a lake. Lethargy, on the other hand, is what follows when summer vacations, be they week-long holidays or weekend road trips, come to an end.
May 1, 2019
Houseguests Are Coming: Your 4-Step Game Plan
Fact: If you wait to invite people over until your house is perfectly spotless and everything is exactly as you would like it, you will live a very lonely life. Having guests, in spite of our flaws and those of the spaces we live in, is worth it. It gives texture to our lives and creates intimacy and immediacy in our relationships. Plus, your guests aren’t perfect either. They too pile up their magazines, or have a collection of shoes by the door.
Aug 8, 2016
Houseguests Are Coming: Your 4-Step Game Plan
Fact: If you wait to invite people over until your house is perfectly spotless and everything is exactly as you would like it, you will live a very lonely life. Having guests, in spite of our flaws and those of the spaces we live in, is worth it. It gives texture to our lives and creates intimacy and immediacy in our relationships. Plus, your guests aren’t perfect either. They too pile up their magazines, or have a collection of shoes by the door.
Aug 8, 2016