Megan Soll

Megan Soll

Megan Soll is an ecommerce editor at Meredith who works across several brands' products and reviews content. She spent 4 years working at F&W as a producer, writer, and then editor for the brand's website focused on ecommerce. She previously worked at Shape and Travel + Leisure.
Cocktail lovers know that a drink is only as good as the ingredients and tools used to make it. That's why it's key to have the best of the best from start to finish, from the mixing spoon or shaker to the bitters and herb garnishes. Whether you're serving yourself or friends and family, your home bartending practices can always use an upgrade. From aged spirits to top-of-the-line barware, we've rounded up essential bar tools and gift ideas for anyone who loves a serious mixed drink.
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Some might say the old "box of chocolates" gift is overdone, but we'd have to disagree. There's nothing like finding that perfect sweet and salty balance in a truffle or a fruity surprise in a piece of milk chocolate. These days, there are incredible new styles to try out, as well as the classic brands we know and love. Whether you're looking for an array of unique flavors or a fun fondue set, there is a perfect gift for every chocolate preference. Related: The Best Chocolate in the U.S. We've rounded up the best chocolate gift baskets, boxes, and tasting samples on the market, all dressed to impress for any occasion. Read on to satisfy sweet tooths with essential treats for chocolate lovers.
No matter how your favorite label spells it, great whiskey (or whisky) cocktails can thaw you during the lingering months of winter or cool you down when the weather hits a heatwave. We love to sip a classic Manhattan cocktail with rye just as much as a playful punch with bourbon. Looking for a refreshing sip? Try a fruity take on a whiskey sour or a mint julep. Lacking a strong sweet tooth? Whiskey drink recipes don't have to be sweet, as long as bitters and Aperol are around. Read on for some of our favorite whiskey cocktails and punches for every time of year.
Nothing brings people together like a great pie. Any season, every month, there are excellent pie recipes to be made and shared with family, friends, nice neighbors and grateful coworkers. Even the best pie recipes for beginners are some of the most timeless you'll ever learn (we're looking at you, apple pie). From Banana Pudding Pie to sweet Honey-Flower Pie, or a summery strawberry slab to a Boston Cream Pie, these are the pie recipes to live for all year-round. There are plenty of classics as well as delicious riffs you'll want to make again and again. So pull out your favorite vanilla ice cream or whipped cream topping, grab some seasonal fruit for pie filling and get to work on one (or more) of these delicious desserts.
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GreenPan’s beloved non-toxic pans are a dream in the kitchen.
Cooks love Misen’s tools so much, they have near-perfect ratings.
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Get ready for two days of nonstop deals on appliances, electronics, and home goods.
We know he doesn't need another new tie or whisky rocks, but Dad deserves something great for Father's Day all the same. These foolproof options will impress him and the whole family, from carbon steel cooking tools and a wine club membership to chocolate truffles and chili olive oil. Read on for 16 great things to share with the father in your life.
Order now since these top-notch hot dogs won’t last.
This starter collab with Pepper Teigen is an instant stir-fry success.
The best grilling recipes are often easier than you think. Combine the right ingredients for the sauce, seasoning, or marinade and you’ve got a winning dish you’ll be serving during grilling season for years to come. Simple side dishes and vegetable mains can be the star of the show with the perfect sear, and you’ll never regret finding the perfect grilled fruit method for summer desserts. We’ve rounded up plenty of quick and easy recipe options for your grilling pleasure. Read on for some of our favorites.
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This summer is prime time to develop your grilling setup on your deck, patio, or however you choose to cook outdoors. Smaller gatherings and time spent with immediate family means more time to smoke and grill to your heart’s desire. Amidst it all, you’ll need all the essential tools to make it happen. No matter what you’re starting off with, these are some of the most essential (and some covetable) grilling accessories to make your family or roommates great food that will keep you in the moment, and minimize most everything else. Read on for our gear picks.
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Yankees and Red Sox fans can unite over one thing: a love of fine cookware.