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How to Build a Bloody Mary Bar


The Bloody Mary cocktail is made for day drinking. Don't drink it at night. That's just weird. (Although we do like weird.) This official drink of brunching champs who find mimosas cloying is also a sunshiny, spicy, outdoorsy kinda drink whose accessories can get pretty wild.

Go Beyond the Grill: 15 Ways to Gourmet Up Your End of Summer


Quick, squeeze in something outdoors and wonderful. Winter is coming. Have you enjoyed your summer enough?

Ultimate Guide to Using Different Types of Kale


Kale has grown so trendy (thanks, Brooklyn), that it still gets the royal treatment on menus and at home nearly 10 years after its renewed popularity — including massages.

Spiralizing Zucchini Is Going to Change Your Cooking Game


    Pasta is so not what it used to be. Semolina? For adventurous eating amateurs. These days, you've got so many more incarnations of pasta made from quinoa, rice, kamut, spelt, and here, it's the green summer squash we all love called zucchini.

What’s the Difference Between Tofu and Tempeh?


It doesn't matter if you lust for a bloody burger once in a while. Soybeans can satisfy a different kind of craving when you need some protein, and you want it fast and cheap with no remorse.

How to Close Out Summer with a Memorable Lobster Feast


This article is brought to you by our friends at Stella Artois. If you’ve finally recovered from the dog days of summer and are trying to plan one last hurrah before breaking out your fall apparel, there’s no better way to celebrate than by planning an epic lobster feast for family and friends.

Does the Color of an Egg Yolk Indicate How Nutritious It Is?


Deviled eggs, poached, fried, hard-boiled, soft-boiled, sunny-side up — whatever way you like your egg, you're looking at that golden center, and sometimes you notice something.

For the Coffee Obsessed, 15 New Coffee and Tea Items


You might be riding the Third Wave coffee movement if you can discuss the chocolatey nuances and mouthfeel of your preferred region of coffee bean, if you've made your own cold brew coffee at home, or if you own anything decorative that extols the virtues (and necessity) of coffee.

9 Slushy Cocktails for Hot Summer Days


Being an adult lets you do things only grown-ups can do, with a whole childhood’s worth of inspiration to give you ideas.

9 Slushy Cocktails for Hot Summer Days


Being an adult lets you do things only grown-ups can do, with a whole childhood’s worth of inspiration to give you ideas.

Salute Summer with these 15 Gin and Tonic Variations


The tinkle of its ice cubes signals refreshing cocktail relief — something cool, dry, and clear. A gin and tonic is everything we crave in the muggy, hot summer doldrums.

Salute Summer with these 15 Gin and Tonic Variations


The tinkle of its ice cubes signals refreshing cocktail relief — something cool, dry, and clear. A gin and tonic is everything we crave in the muggy, hot summer doldrums.

What’s the Difference Between Cold-Brewed Coffee and Iced Coffee?


When it's too hot outside to swallow a steaming caffeinated beverage, much less hold it, you're more likely to choose a cold cup of java for your morning jolt or afternoon pick-me-up.

What’s the Difference Between Cold-Brewed Coffee and Iced Coffee?


When it's too hot outside to swallow a steaming caffeinated beverage, much less hold it, you're more likely to choose a cold cup of java for your morning jolt or afternoon pick-me-up.

Best Summer Side Dishes Worth Building a Feast Around


Meat is not always the main attraction at a great meal — not even a vegetarian equivalent of the meaty main.

Best Summer Side Dishes Worth Building a Feast Around


Meat is not always the main attraction at a great meal — not even a vegetarian equivalent of the meaty main.

Cooking Essentials for Your College Dorm


Cooking in a college dorm is sort of like camping — but indoors and for an entire semester. Oh, and you have electricity.

Cooking Essentials for Your College Dorm


Cooking in a college dorm is sort of like camping — but indoors and for an entire semester. Oh, and you have electricity.

Should You Rinse Rice Before Cooking?


To rinse or not to rinse: There are so many opinions and types of rice, the answer is daunting. Here, we break it down for you.

Should You Rinse Rice Before Cooking?


It’s a question cooks like myself (too lazy to look it up) have been asking for years: to rinse or not to rinse before cooking?


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