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All the creamy, savory, nutty flavors you love in this takeout favorite in an easy at-home version

This big-flavored one-bowl meal comes together in about a half hour

Dropped into the Canadian wilderness to forage ingredients, each contestant is forced to abandon their ego—and ask for help—to prepare a three-course meal

These four invasive animals are being served up on menus across the U.S.

Our soft-drink warriors both believe this sugary, caffeine-packed soda is the perfect refreshment after exercise or adventure. (Hmm. OK.) They disagree about flavors, and be warned: it might get loud.

Chef Biju Thomas explains how he not only survives, but thrives, at Burning Man

These expert-approved combos make any backcountry meal a special occasion

Sponsor Content: Athletic Brewing Company

Sports fans, the most wonderful time of the year is upon us. Make this season’s tailgates something to write home about with these tips.

Unwise lifestyle choices jacked up the amount of bad fat in my bloodstream. Could I fix this by getting back in the saddle and eating right?

Anna Miller’s meals at sea include fresh crudités, duck pastrami, homemade Reubens—and a turducken

With a reliable connection, helpful app, and accurate temperatures, the Meater Plus helps elevate outdoor cooking

There’s a reason a strenuous outing makes you desire a greasy mound of meat: it has a lot of what your body needs

Lightweight and versatile, a grilling skillet will give you that smoky, just-off-the-grill flavor—both outdoors and indoors

From cheese to leafy greens, serve something unexpected at your next barbecue

When the celebrated singer-songwriter moved to this adventure hub nearly ten years ago, she instantly fell in love with the small-town feel and surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains. Here are her tips for where to hike, grab a meal, and go dancing afterward.

These doughnuts from Slawek Kalkraut and Krzysztof “Kris” Szymanski’s new release, ‘Men with the Pot Cookbook,’ make for a perfect morning or after-dinner treat

Slawek Kalkraut and Krzysztof “Kris” Szymanski, also known as Men with the Pot, have millions of likes on TikTok—and a new cookbook

Food writer and editor Helen Graves shares some tips for achieving perfectly charred fruit on the grill, plus a recipe from her new cookbook, ‘Live Fire’

Salty caramel mixes with juicy, herbed cherries in this recipe from ‘Live Fire,’ a cookbook from ‘Pit’ magazine editor Helen Graves

When fair weather draws folks outdoors, the food vendors of Brooklyn cater to every taste. Here’s what New Yorkers were munching on this spring.

Dig into one of Chef Biju’s favorite summer salads filled with seasonal fruits and veggies

Our take on a classic Indian street corn, folded with gut-friendly kefir for a savory and delicious side dish, perfect on a hot summer day

Chef Biju Thomas keeps this traditional sweet rice dish simple, delicious and vegan-friendly

From the perfect cooler to the best bug-repelling candle, we’ve rounded up our favorite products that make picnicking a breeze

Put down those soggy, freeze-dried go-to’s and dig into these delicious recs from Outside staffers

Durable outdoor cooking utensil? Yes. But to me, this century-old Griswold also symbolizes much more.

Savory backcountry eats. Camping meals that really impress. Chefs who inspire. And the perfect tools to help you create a mouthwatering feast after a day of adventure.

Hosting a little backyard get-together? These editor-approved items will make entertaining easy—and have your guests wondering where you got them.

Ashley Rodriguez, host of the ‘Kitchen Unnecessary’ YouTube show, shares her favorite tricks for creating delicious meals outside

The Leungs love to cook creatively in the wild. Here’s how they do it.

Leave the fancy fixings and bar tools at home

The legendary chef runs restaurants on three continents and has perfected the art of cooking over an open flame. We joined him in Patagonia to ask: What’s next?

The tough and maneuverable Roadie 48 is a winner

A life lesson I learned on a river trip

From kimchis in South Korea to falafels in Egypt, our author says these meals refueled him after adventures on the road

Tim Neville has been around the world and back again, and as good travelers do, he’s made sure to try the local cuisine at every stop. So we asked him to write about his favorite meals—and how you can try them, too.

Sure, these drink mixes are going to keep you hydrated. But which ones actually taste good?

The Outerverse Passport will offer up exclusive NFTs, including invites to special dinners and events with Biju

Now’s the time to stock up on everything you need for wilderness and backyard cooking

Sponsor Content: Stillhouse

Take life outdoors one level higher. Here’s how. 

From a creamy pasta main to a chard-corn side, we’ve rounded up some of the best meals to enjoy in the outdoors

We’re for an official mandate: make this the season of long weekends. To help you out, we found the most fun new summer adventures.

What’s better than summiting a fourteener or throwing the perfect backyard fest? Having a good drink in hand while doing so. Here, we’ve rounded up the best recipes, tools, and—of course—beverages for enjoying the summer months outside.

It’s hot, you’re sweaty, and a crisp, refreshing beer sounds really nice right now. Here are our favorites.

Looking to sub your wine or beer with something nonalcoholic yet delicious? Try Enroot.

Bring these wines with you on your next picnic, beach day, or camping trip

Travel far and drink well with these great products.

Craft-cocktail pro Natasha David reinvents low- and no-ABV drinks in her recent book, ‘Drink Lightly’

We’re loving these craft cans that emphasize simple ingredients and fresh flavors

Hang around wine lovers long enough and you’ll likely hear the phrases “clean” or “unprocessed wine”—but do these buzzwords actually mean anything? We brought that question to an industry insider.

This water bottle was selected as one of our favorite pieces of travel gear in 2021, and with good reason. We love that it can serve as both a coffee thermos and water bottle to keep us going all day long.

Regularly praised as one of our favorite backpacking stoves, the Jetboil MiniMo is a shorter, wider version of their famed Flash stove. The MiniMo still holds a liter of water and reaches a boil in under 3 minutes. Plus, weighing in at under a pound and measuring at 5×6…

One editor has called the YETI Rambler “the best mug ever made.” Another called it an “everyday essential.” So it’s no surprise that we are fans of the durable, well-designed, double-walled insulated drinkware. For a limited time, you can personalize your new YETI for free, including your own…

Feast-making cookware that won’t slow you down

A five-star kit for base-camp meals

There’s a distinct pleasure to eating wild foods that you forage yourself—unless you pick the wrong thing

Want to grow your own food but don’t know where to start? Plant a few of these and you’ll have a full pantry in no time.

In forests across the planet, secretive hunters are searching for that rare and insanely expensive wild delicacy: the truffle.

It’s turkey hunting season. Whether you bagged a bird in the field or at your local farmers’ market, here’s how to turn it into a spectacular meal.

Consisting of both a cooktop and an oven, a range will open the door to a wider assortment of on-the-go meals

Next to having a little time to themselves, these are their top wish-list items

Our best advice for growing your own food and foliage

Potatoes, popcorn, paella, and apple crisp—all of these, and more, can be made using a smokeless fire pit

Delicious and good for the environment? Sign us up.

Leisure Project is selling NFTs to consumers who want a chance to “cocreate” a beverage brand—and a community

Keep guests comfortable with this advice around the best food, drink, and gear for cold-weather grilling

From the perfect pot to the best cheese-sauce recipe, here’s how to throw the best après fondue party

All over America’s ancient eastern mountains, there’s an organism that lives underground, tethered to tree roots, waiting to be hunted. It’s among the world’s rarest and most expensive foods, and it grows in a wide range of conditions. But there’s only one guy in the country who really knows how to find it. Rowan Jacobsen joins him in the search for the Appalachian truffle.

As the planet warms, wine regions like Napa are being forced to make some major adaptations. But that’s also presented opportunities for innovation.

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