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Superpower Energy Bars for School Days and Work Days

When your blood sugar plummets and a fresh apple is nowhere in sight, that smashed energy bar at the bottom of your bag is a godsend. It's portable and mess-free, and will buy you time until your next meal. It probably also contains alien ingredients like hydrolyzed collagen and soy protein isolate. And it won't taste that good. But you're desperate, right? READ MORE

Make Your Own Tonic Water

Make Your Own Tonic Water

The last time we visited Portland, Oregon, every bar seemed to be taking the idea of DIY to the extreme. Case in point: Daniel Shoemaker's Teardrop Cocktail Lounge, where Shoemaker makes his own vermouth, rows of different bitters, and even a version of Amer Picon, a French apéritif. The biggest eye-opener was a bottle of his homemade tonic water. READ MORE

Make Your Own Ice Cream Treats

Make Your Own Ice Cream Treats

Hot weather calls for extreme frozen action. READ MORE

How to Turn Your Kettle Grill into a Smoker

How to Turn Your Kettle Grill into a Smoker

Hotbox your meat. READ MORE

Beginner’s Guide to Summer Smoking

Beginner’s Guide to Summer Smoking

Recipes for smoked ribs, chicken, fish, and more. READ MORE

The DIY Home Bar

The DIY Home Bar

Make your own falernum, grenadine, and maraschino cherries. READ MORE

How to Brew Small-Batch Beer in Your Kitchen

How to Brew Small-Batch Beer in Your Kitchen

All you need is simple equipment and enthusiasm. READ MORE

How to Eat an Artichoke

How to Eat an Artichoke

It's worth the work. READ MORE

How to Make Slim Mints

How to Make Slim Mints

The Girl Scouts make them thin; we make them slim, and delicious. READ MORE

How to Make Left-Behinds

How to Make Left-Behinds

You may know them better as Girl Scout Tagalongs. READ MORE