From hoppy pale ales to crisp pilsners to a fruit-infused seasonal shandy, these thirst-quenchers are perfect for raising a toast to our forefathers. Best of all? Each of our featured beers are offered at a reasonable price, meaning you can stock your cooler without breaking the bank.
Chocolate babka, a pop culture icon thanks to the "cinnamon vs chocolate babka" Seinfeld episode, is a delicious sweet dough that can be enjoyed one chocolatey layer at a time. Two varieties are popular in the United States.
Happy Fourth of July! We are headed to Colorado to visit friends and family and enjoy the beautiful Rockies. Before we leave, here is a patriotic treat to savor on these warm summer days.
To maximize the shelf life of your produce, take the time to store everything properly before you put it away. This doesn't mean you need to wash everything--in fact, you shouldn't. Most items will last longer if you don't.
Never to arrive empty-handed, the editors at Imbibe have rounded up some 4th of July-flavored holiday inspiration -- from boozy popsicles to beer-glazed ribs, here are the favorite eats and drinks they'll be whipping up this weekend.
Have you hitched your hammock to the nearest tree? Good. Now you'll need a beverage to keep cool while you're waiting for the fireworks.
In January, Chef Mourad Lahlou opened his second restaurant, the self-titled concept Mourad located in San Francisco's historic PacBell building. The massive construction project was three years in the works before he finally opened the doors -- and that's when the real work began.
Felicia, mother, thespian and comfort food creator, concocts dishes from the recipes she learned from mother, grandmother and other special family moments. Every dish comes with a story, and every one is packaged with love.
Houston long ago belied its food media image as a place just for great barbecue, mediocre Tex-Mex, and steakhouses. My preferences are for restaurants that show off Houston's finest -- not its most gimmicky -- places that speak of the city's more sophisticated dining scene.
For the second year in a row, we asked our DrinkWire contributors to share their best freedom-loving recipes with us. This year's five large-batch drinks cover the spectrum from gin and grapefruit to tequila and hibiscus -- and everything in between.
In my opinion there are three things that make for a good party: signature drinks, great food and beautiful decorations! Add a few of these tips below to this weekend's gathering and you're guaranteed to have the party everyone can't stop talking about.
Of course Independence Day is our nation's celebration of freedom, but for a lot of Americans it is the freedom from our daily grind that we celebrate. It's one of those few holidays dictated by no real commitment other than the commitment to have fun.
There's no shortage of corn this time of year, and there are so many ways to enjoy it beyond boiled on the cob. Whether you prefer a salad, side, soup or dip -- these off-the-cob recipes will conquer your corn cravings.
It's hard to resist making a dessert with some patriotic flare for the Fourth of July. May we suggest this stunning red, white and blue ice cream cake? You basically just have to assemble the whole thing -- no complicated steps or baking required -- so you can prepare it in advance of your celebration. We recommend adding a few candles for an extra-festive touch.