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Is any amount of alcohol good for you? Experts share what it does to key parts of your body and aspects of your health.
These are go-tos you can rely on, from the humble lemon squeezer to the pricey Vitamix.
This "healthy" breakfast staple can be loaded with sugar. Here are the brands experts trust.
Contrary to popular opinion, some microwaved food (if done properly) can taste just as good as if it were cooked on the stove or in the oven.
The term carries a different meaning than others like it, such as "non-alcoholic cocktails," "zero-proof" or "no-ABV."
Aficionados break down the history and cultural significance of the bodega staple that's gaining popularity across the country.
Experts share thoughts on how to get the right amount at the right times.
Here’s how to make sure you’re not turning your nutrient-rich meal into one that’s not so healthy, according to registered dieticians.
The author of "Good Drinks" has set out to normalize not drinking alcohol. Here's what she thinks is working and what could still improve.
There's a whole lot of mac and cheese and mashed potatoes on this list. Are we OK?
That familiar blue box is beloved by kids, but is it really the best choice?
Some are here to stay, while others we can't wait to leave behind.
From schmaltz to canola oil, here are experts’ top picks for frying potato pancakes.
If you're lucky enough to get one of these upcoming cookbooks, it'll mean a plethora of new recipes to try.
Depending on what kind of recipe you're baking, using the wrong type can majorly mess up the chemistry. Find out which one to choose.
How and when should you give a heads-up to party hosts? And is it OK to bring your own food to the party?
Subscriptions, boutique olive oils and gorgeous cake platters have all made the cut on this year's best of list for food, wine and spirits lovers.
Nutritionists explain how your body reacts to peppermint mochas and gingerbread lattes at different times of day.
There’s no shortage of health food trends on TikTok, but which ones are actually legit?We asked nutritionists, and here’s what you need to know.
There's a big difference between what's edible and what's actually tasty.