Pops, sorbets and cookies, oh my! With 90 recipes ranging from Earl Grey ice cream to lime-blackberry pops, this cookbook from San Francisco's Bi-Rite Creamery is a tasty guide for making cool treats during the hot season.
We have accumulated plenty of gadgets that we thought would prove useful that wound up gathering dust. But this ice cream maker is so pratical and easy to use that it gets plenty of sweet action in the kitchen. Thanks, Cuisinart!
Making iced tea is simple. Making great iced tea is another matter. It takes more than simply boiling water and dropping in a couple of tea bags. It also requires the use of primo leaves and ice cubes, not chips. Learn more tricks from the pros!
For a wine and cheese picnic on-the-go, this handy wine tote with a sturdy polyester-canvas outer shell is the perfect utilitarian companion. The triangular tote has compartments galore, holding two to three bottles of wine or spirits and a suite of included accessories.
We love everything about these shatterproof wine glasses: their cool design (especially the ergonomic thumb notch), the benefit that they are BPA-free and best of all, the fact that they don't change the taste of the wine we are swilling. Cheers to that!
Cointreau or no Cointreau? That is the question hotly debated by margarita connoisseurs. To get a definitive answer, we had an audience with the "King of Cocktails" himself. The following recipes come from Dale DeGroff, president and founder of The Museum of the American Cocktail.