Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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F&W's Gail Simmons, a Top Chef star, says she's "very intimate" with this cone at Manhattan's Big Gay Ice Cream; she's even gone behind the counter to learn how to make it. Here's what she saw.

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Seasonal Survival Guide

Earlier this week, F&W's Justin Chapple showed how to easily de-pit cherries using a wine bottle and a chopstick. Here, his Test Kitchen co-star Kay Chun offers four clever ways to use all that fruit.

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Expert Guide

America's grill obsession has sparked a fascination with home smokers. Here, new models to satisfy your inner pit master.

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Expert Guide

F&W's Kay Chun reveals four fantastic ways to use cucumbers, from refreshing gazpacho to super-simple fried rice.

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Expert Guide

This Mediterranean vegetable, at its peak in spring and fall, has a strong anise flavor and crisp texture that’s delicious in salads when raw. When cooked, fennel softens and the flavor becomes sweet and mild.

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Expert Guide

While they're time-consuming to shell and peel, flat, jade-colored fava beans are considered a spring delicacy. The beans have a delicate flavor that's especially good with anything creamy.

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Seasonal Survival Guide

We've had five feet of snow in New York City, it's been frigid for months and I've reached my limit on whiskey-based cocktails. Roll out the daiquiris and the piña coladas and the gin and tonics—I'm done!

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Blogger Spotlight

Even the cocktails are seasonal on the gorgeous blog Reclaiming Provincial.

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Seasonal Survival Guide

The dead of winter is a rough time for fresh produce. And while most fruits and vegetables aren’t at their peak right now, cold-season tomatoes are just about the worst.

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Seasonal Survival Guide

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