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Surprising Ways to Cook With Seltzer Water

Clearly seltzer adds refreshing fizz to cranberry juice or sangría. But its colorless, odorless, tasteless bubbliness also makes it the ideal secret ingredient to lighten up foods. Think batters and soups. (Thanks, air pockets!) Seltzer and club soda can be used interchangeably, but steer clear of sparkling water, which doesn’t have enough carbonation to leaven. And be sure to use a bottle that’s fresh from the store; over time seltzer goes flat.

12 Halloween Treats So Delicious It’s Scary

These tricked out Halloween treats are sure to satisfy every craving.

3 Surprising Ways to Use Saltines

They’re a trusty companion for tomato soup and tummy aches. But these squares can be wilder than that. Crush them up and they’re (better than) bread crumbs. Cover them in chocolate and almonds and you’ve got a salty-sweet, nearly criminal dessert.

Brunch Is About to Change Forever

You’ll think you’ve died and gone to pancake heaven.

June 2017 Recipes

Recipes from this month’s issue.

6-Ingredient Holiday Recipes

Simple dishes that keep your grocery list―and time in the kitchen―short.

4 Quick Turnip Recipes

Rooting around for an in-season vegetable with inspiring possibilities? Turn to the turnip.

S’mores English Muffins Are Here To Sweeten Your Breakfast 

The classic campfire treat is now an acceptable breakfast choice.