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Most everybody enjoys a bit of sweetness in their beverages, but who wants to guzzle saccharine-filled, artificial drinks all day? Instead, try making your own fruit syrups; then keep them on hand to add a quick hit of flavor and a hint of sweetness to a glass of seltzer or a cocktail. These all-natural syrups contain nothing but honey, fruit, herbs, and spices, and they’re the perfect way to use the in-season fruit you got from your latest CSA share. Aside from drinks, you can stir them into smoothies and yogurt, or drizzle them on shaved ice or ice cream. Read More
Got milk? Well, what kind of milk have you got? The options used to be just skim or whole, but now soy, almond, and hemp are available, too. Plus, another controversial choice: Raw milk. So should you be drinking the stuff or not? We gathered some facts to help you make that decision First of all, raw milk simply means unpasteurized. Easy, right? Wrong: Drinking milk straight from the cow may have been great for Laura Ingalls, but food production—especially involving livestock—has changed significantly over the years to allow for mass production. Read More
  Here are some irresistible drinks from our gals at SpeedRack that are definitely meant for summer nights and good times:      Spring Flinger Created by Ivy Mix, Co-Founder, Speed Rack   Muddle 2 2" sections of celery in .75 oz simple syrup add: .75 oz lemon juice .5 oz fino sherry 1.5 oz plymouth gin dash pernod absinthe   Preparation: Shake, fine strain into a Collins glass, top with soda. Garnish with a cucumber slice. Garnish: Cucumber slice. Read More
Who doesn’t love mac and cheese? This version gives you all that cheesy goodness using cashew cheeze sauce. Plus, it’s adaptable: you can basically mix in whatever you’d like and get your fix. Read on for a few ideas. Total Time: 30 minutes Active Time: 20 minutes Makes 4 servings Cost per serving: $1. Read More
Food is good. Art is good. Put them together and really what could be better for your eyes and stomach? Tisha Cherry's Instagram blog 'Art In The Eats'  delivers in every way with this collection of genius art. So next time you are enjoying your kale, maybe think about putting a kale bonnet in the works in your future. Read More
Well, it's Good Friday—that leaves you with one day until the Nightmare Before Easter. You should probably quit whatever you're doing and start cooking for Easter Sunday right now. Psych. We're just going to pin all of these recipes to our Pinterest boards while we contemplate how many Cadbury eggs would be appropriate to eat. Here are nine of the cutest recipes that you could just eat year-round—because why limit eating Oreo bark to only one day a year?  1.) Honey Glazed Bunny Rolls   2.)  Easter Cupcakes Baked In Real Egg Shells  3.) Bunny Bait 4. Read More
  Beet vodka only takes three days to steep, and the end result is a deep red infusion that’s slightly sweet, with an earthy aftertaste—it’s dangerously smooth and delicious. Bonus: The Romans believed beets were an aphrodisiac, so pour some out on Valentine’s Day and let this beet booze get you in the banging mood. Making the Beet Vodka Wash, peel, and cube three medium beets and place them in a dry, clean, half-gallon Mason jar. Fill the jar with a liter of vodka (we used Tito’s). Seal the jar and shake well. Read More
Spring is miraculously just around the corner, which means warmer temperatures and fewer layers of socks. No really! It's going to happen! If some of you are in an "I'll believe it when I see it" mindset, then don't despair. We've compiled some of our favorite winter recipes to tide you over until that first sorta warm, sorta sunny, sorta less arctic tundra-type day. Read More
  You might know Carla Hall from Bravo’s Top Chef or The Chew on ABC, but until now it wasa challenge to get a taste of what she makes. After raising more than $250,000 through crowdsourcing last fall, however, Carla Hall’s Southern Kitchen will launch in Manhattan in 2015. Featuring Nashville hot chicken straight outta Hall’s hometown (along with traditional Southern sides), the spot is sure to be jumpin’. In the meantime, savor some of her signature flavor for yourself with the recipe here. Read More
What’s not to love about a mug dessert? They are (or at least can be) delicious, kind of feel like actual cooking, and require very minimal cleanup. Plus, they’re perfect for those nights when you are just not having this weather (we feel for you, Bostonians). Here are five recipes we’re kind of in love with. Warning: they are almost too easy to make. Be sure you have backup ingredients for round #2. “The One” Chocolate Cake The best single-serve microwave chocolate cake we’ve come across. Read More