- Why It's Never Too Early to Make Gravy
- 3 No-Cook Pantry Staples to Get You Through the Summer
- The 4 Things Stephanie Izard Taught Her Husband About Grilling (And The 4 Things He Taught Her About Craft Beer)
- 5 Ways to Give the Fast-Food Breakfast Sandwich a Makeover
- The Secrets Behind Tyler Florence's Ridiculously Good Fried Chicken
- How Jon Favreau Learned to Cook for His New Movie
- Juice Like a Pro
- The Secret Best Egg Dish Ever
- The Top 3 Reasons Food Businesses Fail
- Why Michael Symon Spikes His Burger with Spicy Sausage
Wine-tasting has its own code of conduct. Here's what you need to know about all that swirling, swishing and spitting.
Swirl & Sniff
Unleash aromas by exercising your wrist: Set the glass on a table and, with your hand on the base, give it a couple of gentle whirls. Put your nose in the glass and take a big sniff.
Slurp Like You Mean It
Don't be afraid to make noise: Slurping sucks air into your mouth, so aromas and flavors become more detectable.
Master sommelier Richard Betts:
"Don't be shy. Spitting is indeed cool when you're tasting a lot of wine."