Food & Drink

Dogfish Head Made a Good, Low-Cal IPA

Yeah, that kind of IPA, courtesy of monk fruit.

This Loop Makes Everything Easier to Unplug

So why isn't it everywhere by now?

In Praise of Cranberry Liqueur
The cranberry is an unheralded berry when it comes to spirits. Two m…
Kitchen Tools
You Need This Avocado Tool in Your Kitchen

Exchange those needless kitchen gadgets for this must-have tool.

Late to the Party: Sous Vide
The techy kitchen gadget has been around for at least a decade. I do…
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The Ferocious Cooking of Fig and Pig

How Holly Sheppard went from comedian to wedding chef.

Various sorts of salami and hard smoked sausages
11 Delicious Gifts to Give for the Holidays

Pleasing and tasty food gifts that you can (mostly) order online from home.

The Craftsmanship Secrets of Seattle's Favorite Handmade Cheese

Beecher’s turns cheesemaking public in Seattle’s Pike Place Market.

The Two-Ton Stone That's Made Tequila for Centuries

Say hello to the Tahona, a centuries-old, delightfully inefficient way to crush agave.

The 10 Best Gifts for the Beer Snob in Your Life

Because everyone wants beer for the holidays.

4 Great Turkey Sandwiches For All Those Thanksgiving Leftovers

Thanksgiving is a day to remember the good stuff in your life...and also turkey.

Our Favorite Whiskey Glasses Are on Sale Today for Black Friday

These excellent whiskey glasses celebrate the outdoors—and liquor—and they're $20 0ff.

Turkey Couple
The Secrets of Raising Heritage Turkeys

Robert Elliott tells us about the prepping and processing that goes on at small turkey farms, leading up to Thanksgiving.

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Oster roaster
The Top Turkey Roaster Ovens for a No-Fuss Thanksgiving

When you just need the big bird done right.

Apple rings coated in batter deep-frying in pan
The Best Deep Fryers—and How to Fry Anything

To achieve the magical crunchy coating, you need the right equipment—and some science.

Bundle of fresh and cutting Italian herbs rosemary, oregano and sage over old dark wooden and black ornate background. Top view with copy space
How Herbs and Spices Can Make You Cook Like a Pro

Knowing how to season your food is one of the easiest ways to be a better DIY cook.

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How to Freeze-Dry Food

Whether you're stocking up to save some bucks or to save yourself from the end times.

Why the Eva Solo Is the Only Garlic Press You'll Ever Need

A garlic press is just a class 2 lever. Why do companies keep getting them so wrong?!

slicing cherry tomatoes
Do You Know the Right Way to Use a Chef's Knife?

A chef's knife is only useful if you use it correctly. Here are a serious home cook's tips and tricks.