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A CHIC ESCAPE • When Robert and Christina, the husband-and-wife duo behind New Darlings, visited The Hoxton in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, they found a bespoke wonderland that felt like home.
HOME • Recipes, Essential Goods, and Test Kitchen Know-How
A Spoonful a Day • Why spicy, garlicky chile crisp has taken up permanent residence in staffer Alex Beggs’ fridge
Corn • A condensed guide to grilling, boiling, and eating:
Home – Family Meal
LIGHTS CAMERA NAPKIN • BUY TICKETS AT CHICAGOGOURMET.ORG
Three Cheers for Cheap Beer • Call it a shandy, a radler, whatever. We call these cool combos exactly what we want to drink now
When in Doubt, Hummus • How to please the kids who won’t touch raw onions and that guest who’s off gluten (or is it dairy)? Deb Perelman has the answer
It’s Pie O’Clock Somewhere • What’s better than an ice-cold cocktail on summer’s hottest day? A slice of Andy Baraghani’s bright and tangy frozen margarita pie
Away • Go here. Eat this. Drink that. Right this minute.
Comic Relief • Meet Hatecopy, a.k.a. Maria Qamar, whose cheeky art electrifies some of our favorite restaurants
The Summer Checklist • Our slightly obsessive picks for this month’s finest things to eat, drink, and buy
Summer Snow • Years of eating halo-halo, the icy Filipino dessert, primed chef Lou Boquila to make his own spectacular version at Philadelphia’s Sarvida
Pretty Little Things • Whether we’re seeking a funky salad bowl, a retro-esque bar cart, or just some good vibes, Yowie is our first-stop shop in Philly. Owner Shannon Maldonado shares her favorite wares
Quick + Simple = Summer • Our formula for perfect August meals combines pristine produce, staff staples (we can’t quit you, smash burger), and the kinds of flexible, fundamental recipes that work with whatever looks good at the market
Summer by the Numbers
Make It Look Easy • At Scribe Winery, Sonoma’s lush vineyard-slash-getaway, Kelly Mariani has mastered the art of low-key cooking
In the Clear • With these sparkling glass carafes, staying hydrated will feel as opulent as popping bottles
Ripe & Ready • Filling your tote with farmstand tomatoes still warm from the sun is a late-summer rite of passage. We’re taking our haul home to melt into a creamy risotto, layer in a stunning galette, and roast with cheese and herbs
Just Our Type • Which tomato you cook with depends on whether you’re making a salad or a saucy marinara. Here’s how to use them all.
basically • Almost everything you need to know(and nothing you don’t)
Is It Ever Okay… to Touch All the Tomatoes? • Solicited advice from Alex Beggs for your next farmers’ market visit