Athletes and outdoorspeople haven’t been immune to the uptick in boozing. If your drinking feels like a problem, here’s how you can cut back.

Is Flourish the health-conscious baker's holy grail?

Fill your thermos and bring these warm mixed drinks along for après-ski, socially distanced happy hours, and cold-weather tailgates

A hot beverage can make the difference between enjoying yourself and freezing your ass off on a cold-weather adventure. Here's everything you ever wanted to know about how to use this humble and inexpensive game changer this season.

Have a feast, dine alfresco, and minimize your risk. Win-win-win.

Ditch your backpacking French press. We’ve found something better.

No, you don't have to eat freeze-dried food in the woods

Use these tips to create light, healthy, and packable summer meals

The company is raising its prices (kinda) to raise the alarm on climate change

Portable, ready to imbibe, and no contact required. What more could we ask for?

As the country faces meat shortages, it's a good time to experiment with vegetarian or vegan eating. Here's how to start.

The time-tested favorite is perfect for socially distanced backyard dinners and camping

The problem is a global one, but individual actions still matter

You probably have more mixers on hand than you realize

These spooky tales will make you feel like you're out in the backwoods—almost

A new wave of craft distilleries are using salvaged ingredients to brew up spirits

Caledonia Spirits would normally be making booze, but it found a better way to help in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Other distilleries around the country are switching things up, too.

If you haven't ever baked a loaf, or haven't baked one since that time you tried it in college, it’s time to try again. Here's some expert advice to help you get started.

What to buy, what to cook, and what not to worry about in the age of COVID-19

Low-calorie and 'functional' brews are here to remind you that moderation is the spice of life

Backpacking food company Mountain House has taken the unusual step of temporarily shutting down its website in order to deal with skyrocketing demand in the wake of pandemic fears

The mountains aren't the only things that are steep these days, but you don't have to spend your life savings on after-ski libations

Big brands are investing more and more resources in delivery and curbside pickup. Convenient? Maybe. Good for us? Maybe not.

Real coffee drinkers roast their own beans. Here's how you can do it yourself.

It's going to take a lot more work to move from plastic to compostable packaging

Even casual drinkers may get a few cravings as they go cold turkey. Here's how to beat them.

Including a fruitcake you won't hate

Whether you want to eat more vegetables or make your own trail food, these cookbooks should be on your wish list

If you love all things dark and toasty-malty, this is truly the most wonderful time of the year

All the advice in the world only matters if people actually follow it

A researcher thinks we may be able to recycle beer waste into a powerful algae-fighting tool

A frosty cold one is best when shared. So are America's public lands.

Crackers crumble. Tortillas mold. Freshly baked bread never disappoints.

Pro cycling in the U.S. is actually kicking ass—you just need to look beyond the men's WorldTour

Combating climate change means getting a grip on our food waste problem, but it's harder than you might think to go waste-free

If you love the availability of microbrews today, you know who to thank

Ignore the anti-pumpkin negativity and enjoy one of these delicious fall brews

You can take it with you—if you put it in a flask. This guide to flask cocktails shows you how.

There is nothing fishy about it

Here's how to be a responsible chicken keeper

Plus, our four favorite cans of summer

America's best mountain runner, Joe Gray, is also obsessed with food and knows the best spots for pigging out in this Colorado city

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