If using soda in pastries, cakes, and biscuits is wrong, we don't want to be right.
What we order at the bar (and mix up at home) when we're not drinking booze.
Whether you just moved into your first home or you’re just ready to graduate from Fireball shots, there's never a better time to stock a proper bar cart. There are a few basics you’ll need for all your upcoming cocktail parties, and we've created a list to give you the best results for every Negroni, margarita, and Tom Collins. Read on for all of the essential tools for your home bar. Related: 21 Gifts for Cocktail Enthusiasts
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Does Coffee Cause Acne?
Your friend may have sworn that giving up coffee is the secret to their clean skin, but don't panic. Anecdotes are no substitute for scientific evidence.
Meet acesulfame potassium, or Ace-K.
Flavors include coconut, vanilla, and gingerbread. Collagen.
Hot cocoa is on the list!
Advertising the health risks of sugary soda could violate First Amendment Rights, they say.
You know that cup of tea is soothing, but is it worthy of superfood status? We boiled down the benefits.
Read this before ordering the new Juniper Latte.
Hint: It’s the same reason organic milk tastes a bit sweeter.
After rigorous taste tests, we've determined these single-source, all-natural sparkling waters to be the best on the planet.
Introducing Proteau, a non-alcoholic botanical drink from Momofuku’s former bar director.
Wine is good, but cider is the unsung hero of the holiday table.
What Is Wassail?
And how is it different from regular apple cider? Here’s everything you need to know about the warming beverage—plus, how to make it.
Are they interchangeable in recipes?
‘Tis the season, am I right?
She’s disrupted the category once before—now, working out of the dreamlike Gin Palace distillery, Gracie is ushering in a new era of juniper-forward innovation.
Old Lightning, the cult-favorite L.A. bar, is heading to the East Coast for three nights.