Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Struggling to keep your cool? Try popping a mint. The ancient Romans believed it had the power to calm even the most fiery tempers.

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Daily Word Wizard

When did iced tea become a go-to summer thirst-quencher? It all happened one particularly stifling-hot day during the 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis.

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#HowISummer

For June's #HOWISUMMER issue, we asked chefs for their favorite go-to, throw-it-together staples. Here, their easy, delicious and—with the exception of Curtis Stone’s fantastic grilled saladno-cook recipes that can be assembled in just a few minutes. 

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Father's Day

From an ultra-compact lighter to the best multi-purpose axe, here are five terrific camping gifts for Father's Day.

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#HowISummer

For June’s #HowISummer issue, we asked a few of our favorite chefs and food superstars to tell us what, to them, makes the ultimate burger recipe.

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Tasting Room

Summer is tough for wine—bottles and glasses don't work well with beaches or pools. Here are some great wine accessories that make the summer much more wine-friendly.

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#HowISummer

Joe Carroll makes stellar barbecue and grilled meats at Brooklyn’s Fette Sau and St. Anselm. In the book Feeding the Fire, he shares his smartest tips plus recipes for classic cuts, unusual cuts like salmon collar and beef cheeks, and amazing sauces and marinades. The espresso 
rub below is the only one he uses—it’s that good.

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#HowISummer

Star chef Curtis Stone shares some of his favorite warm-weather foods and summer moments—from eating fish tacos to making refreshing, slushy blender drinks.

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F&W’s Megan Krigbaum on the five wine pairings that define her summer and the best bottles to keep on hand for each.


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New York chef Camille Becerra shares some of her favorite warm-weather foods and summer moments—from going fishing in Long Island to eating paella on the beach.

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