What’s a hop? How does yeast affect beer’s flavor? What’s the difference between an ale and a lager? All these questions are making us thirsty.
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Dan Neman makes a thick and delicious Parisian hot chocolate that will make you toss the pre-made mixes. Video by Colter Peterson, cpeterson@p…
Chef and owner Lisa Nicholas has a sure hand with the robust herbs, seasonings and aromatics she’s developed for this soup, which is served as…
Yield: 12 servings
Scratch Brewing Company uses local ingredients for their remarkable foraged beer.
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The southern Illinois property is lush and verdant — no wonder it's been called one of the most beautiful places in the world to drink beer.
Journey into the woods to see what makes farmhouse and foraged beers different.
This quintessential Moscow Mule recipe can be made with either alcoholic or nonalcoholic ginger beer.
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No matter where you live, this seasonal produce guide will help you find what’s fresh year-round.
Cinnamon is used all over the world in savory and sweet dishes. Here are six health benefits of cinnamon, plus six helpful uses.
Don’t let your farmers' market haul or CSA delivery go unused; capitalize on fresh, local produce with these meat-free recipes.
This recipe for potstickers puts both spring peas and morel mushrooms to good use.
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You don’t need acreage to grow your own fresh produce. Explore options to start a garden on your roof, balcony or even indoors.
Hot Jamaican jerk spices coat tender pork tenderloin slices for this easy dinner. Coconut-flavored rice and beans complete the meal.