Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Daily Word Wizard

We've all been there: You realize that you forgot to bring a can opener on a camping trip and are forced to strike your can of beans against the nearest rock. But for the 50 years when canned foods existed but can openers did not, that was just everyday life.

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Make This Now

In Mexico, agua fresca is made with fresh fruit juice, sugar, water, ice and sometimes tequila. Here, five fantastic versions to make for brunch.

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Daily Word Wizard

You might think that the word "barbecue" originated in Texas, or the Carolinas, or Memphis. But barbecue's roots run deeper than that—back to barbacoas, the original all-purpose home gadgets.

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Make This Now

While you can't go wrong with classic blackberry pie, it's not the only way to enjoy what Mario Batali has called his "favorite fruit in life." From fast smoothies to smoky barbecue sauce, here are seven great ways to use blackberries this summer.

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Trendspotting

Four ways to upgrade your typical takeout dinner plan—inspired by some of our favorite dining experiences. 

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Tasting Room

The sun is shining, the weather is sweet, and whether or not you want to move your dancing feet à la the Bob Marley song, at the very least you need a good glass—or bottle—of wine. Here are fifteen terrific bottles for under $20 that are ideal for any summer event.

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Make This Now

Sweet summer corn is delicious on its own, but the vitamin B-rich kernels are also terrific in soup.

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Make This Now

In this week’s episode of Mad Genius Tips, F&W’s Justin Chapple reveals the easy way to make no-cook tomato sauce with just a box grater. Because turning on more burners than absolutely necessary is the last thing you want to do on a super-hot summer day, here are seven more great no-cook sauces.

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Make This Now

From boozy mojito-watermelon to fruity-tangy nectarine-buttermilk, here are seven terrific popsicles to make as the temperatures rise.

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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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