10 Quick & Colorful Ways to Top Chicken Breast — 3-Ingredient Upgrades

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A golden, pan-seared chicken breast is a weeknight savior. A staple in many a dinner rotation, its versatility means you can turn to it for countless meals without getting sick of it — as long as you dress it up. Sometimes, that’s as simple as changing up the toppings. Here’s how to give chicken breast a fresh and flavorful upgrade in every color of the rainbow.

El Derby Ahumado (Basil Julep With Cucumber, Jalapeño, and Mezcal)

El Derby Ahumado (Basil Julep With Cucumber, Jalapeño, and Mezcal)
This cocktail is admittedly quite far from classic julep territory, but it’s as drinkable as it is atypical. The name means “the smoked derby” in Spanish, a nod to the mezcal that lends the drink its campfire aroma. Mixed with it are muddled cucumber (for thirst-quenching freshness); jalapeño (for green, vegetal spice); basil (for an herbal note); and agave syrup—which is made from the same Mexican succulent that mezcal is, though sugar would work just fine in its place. Get Recipe!


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This Country Eats The Most Ice Cream In The World — And It’s Not The U.S. — Food News

Ice cream is loved around the globe and if you think the United States is the largest per capita consumer of the treat, it’s time to recalibrate your knowledge. According to an annual report from Mintel, the U.S. is neither the country that consumes the most ice cream nor the nation with the highest per capita intake.

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Goa Ahead, Fall in Love with This Pantry Staple from India — Travel Intelligence

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The Best Trash Cans for Your Kitchen, at Every Price Point — Apartment Therapy

From Apartment Therapy → The Best Kitchen Trash Cans, At Every Price Point

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The 5 Things Every Beginner Should Learn How to Grill (Burgers Not Included) — Tips from The Kitchn

If you own a grill, chances are at some point this summer you’re going to make burgers. You’ll probably make hot dogs as well. As far as summer food goes, those two are canon. But if you plan on making regular grilling a part of how you make dinner — including regular ol’ dinner on a Tuesday night — burgers and hot dogs won’t take you very far. Grilled chicken, however, will. So will snappy grilled shrimp that cooks in minutes, lemony, flame-teased asparagus, blistered corn on the cob, and a mahogany-tinged pork tenderloin seasoned with a fast-and-fancy dry rub.

Fresh Lemon Radler (Shandy)


A radler is a classic mix of beer and carbonated lemonade (also known as a shandy); order one at some bars in Germany and you’ll get a blend of beer and 7-Up or Sprite. But the best, brightest-tasting version starts with fresh lemons. This one takes it a step further by starting with a deeply flavorful homemade lemon syrup that’s infused with both fresh lemon juice and the citrus oil from lemon rinds. Read More
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The Bad Word: A Gimlet-Meets-Negroni Gin Drink That Anyone Can Love


This variation on The Last Word swaps out the maraschino liqueur for Gran Classico, for a bracing, fresh cocktail that’s like a gimlet/Negroni hybrid. Read More
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dhayter added a new cocktail: Coconut Mint Collins

Malibu rum gives this drink it’s distinctive taste. Lime and mint keep it light and refreshing.
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