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Baking this galette on the grill gives it a natural smoky flavor that’s perfect for fall

Plus, a recipe for a warming soup to carry along with you

This flavorful and healthy vegetarian soup is the perfect comfort food for chilly days

In New York City, Sharon Lokedi (KEN) proved it’s possible to win a marathon in your first try. Chebet (KEN) brings home a double for 2022.

Don’t be intimidated by this bird within a bird: it’s usually made in a 196-square-foot galley kitchen, meaning that your home’s kitchen is probably up to the task

Whether you’re looking for a more environmentally friendly main or just want to switch things up, these meats will add some variety to your Thanksgiving meal

This dish from Outside cover stars Bill, Judy, Sarah, and Kaitlin Leung can easily be made over a campfire using a grill grate and cast-iron skillet

In ‘The Woks of Life,’ Bill, Judy, Sarah, and Kaitlin Leung pay homage to the diverse Chinese American experience

One marathoner uses running as a way to thrive with Parkinson’s disease. New research delves into the benefits of endurance training on the neurodegenerative disorder.

These waffles from the new cookbook, 'Masa,' by Jorge Gaviria includes masa harina for a delicious take on the breakfast staple

With his new cookbook, ‘Masa,’ the Masienda founder illustrates the variety of uses of the once overlooked corn flour

Hours of testing, tasting, and innovating goes into these freeze-dried pouches

This easy cinnamon-spiced apple skillet cobbler recipe comes together using just one bowl

Instead of putting pen to paper, consider audio journaling as an alternative method of reflection

So you took up hunting during the pandemic. Here’s a great recipe for all that wild game.

The process is as easy as making a smoothie

When it comes to whipping up delicious meals, we have opinions

Emma Zimmerman, cookbook author and cofounder of Hayden Flour Mills, shares her favorite recipe for on-the-go energy bars

Make this punch for a crowd—it's perfect for sipping around the fire after a long afternoon hike

The changing of the seasons doesn’t mean giving up on that ice-cold negroni at the end of a long day

This fall drink mixes unfiltered apple cider with sparkling water and a few ounces of espresso

Whether you’re warming up after a day on the slopes or filling a flask for the pumpkin patch, we’ve got your drinking needs covered

The proposal will affect the marketing and packaging of certain cereals, nuts, and fish

Spending time in your garden now will set you up for success in the coming months

This simple pasta dish is a great last-minute weeknight dinner

We’ve rounded up the top tips for the pumpkin patch. Plus, how to recycle your gourd post-holiday.

Don’t let an upset stomach ruin a good workout

Grilling and a touch of smoked paprika give these peppers a smoky flavor you’ll love

We've rounded up some early holiday discounts for outdoor chefs and entertainers

This trendy food also makes a great trail snack or meal

The marathon elites at the Paris 2024 Olympics will be treated to a slice of history along this iconic course. And 20,024 other lucky athletes will get to experience it, too.

Whether you’re in need of a quick snack or an on-the-go meal, you deserve a bar that's both fulfilling and tasty

With his mantra of 1 percent better every day, Chris Nikic continues to change the perception of what is possible. Crossing the finish line at the Ironman World Championships adds his name to the history books and cements his legacy as a pioneer in the sport.

Once thought to be annoyingly trite, pumpkin beer has come into its own in recent years. Here are eight of our favorites.

In this pizza inspired by the classic Greek meal, creamy yogurt with dill and garlic stands in for tomato sauce, while a lightly browned phyllo topping adds both crispiness and flavor

The much-anticipated launch of Kilian Jornet’s outdoor brand NNormal features two exciting new shoes. Here’s what you need to know.

Packed with nutrients and flavor, mushrooms are trendy for a reason. We’ve rounded up the best snacks and meals for your next adventure.

This lighter take on the comforting classic dish can be prepared in 30 minutes on your stovetop

With their meaty texture, portobellos make ideal vegetarian burgers and sandwich fillers

Whether you're looking for an easy after-work dinner or a cozy post-adventure meal, these cookbooks have you covered

This vegan take on the popular sandwich swaps meat for grilled Field Roast steaks smothered with a flavorful, spicy sauce

In the wild world of endurance sports, recovery can feel like the last frontier

Score the best apple in the orchard with this advice

A beer marinade makes for a tender and juicy flank steak infused with tons of flavor

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

New data outlines how much they run, how long it takes to resume training after giving birth, and how well they return to competition

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

Find out what tweaks Santa Cruz made to this cult classic

Less dramatic updates could make it easier to keep those feelings of new bike envy at bay

The best way to find your next pair of running shoes is to shop locally 

Freddy Ovett, a professional cyclist with a running heritage, is taking a unique approach to the Berlin Marathon that may help you improve your running

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

Registered runners—including those in the new non-binary division—will be informed by the first week of October of their registered spots in the Boston Marathon 2023

Team Forrest Stump raced 198 miles to spread the message that people with disabilities deserve equitable access to participation in physical activity.

Depending on your sleep habits, waking up early in the name of productivity may not be beneficial for your physical or mental health

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

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

The Ultra gets a titanium case, sapphire face, significantly better battery life, and better GPS and off-grid route-tracking features, making it a much more robust backcountry tool

How far can professional coaches and a revamped diet take an average off-the-couch gravel cyclist? Pretty far, apparently.

The famous ultrarunner's mindset and approach to sport is changing the game for the better

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

These exercises will help you stand tall—and boost your athleticism

Mountain bike technology is always evolving—but it is all in the right direction?

Peter Sagan leaks what it is really like to be in a competitive peloton.

Every wonder what pro cyclists make? Here's a breakdown of the top 2022 cycling salaries.

​​In some corners of the internet, low-impact exercise is having a moment. Even the most hard-charging athletes can benefit from a change of pace. 

Julia Hawkins insists we should all try new things. She would know—she started running at 100 and became an age-group ace by 101.

Staying flexible is a critical part of overall fitness. Here are five stretches to help keep you limber pre-and-post workout.

Do you turn into a real redhead when you run? Our expert says that may not be a bad thing...

A friendly reminder that there’s much more to a strong core than visible abs

Wild and crazy running adventures on the Colorado pack-burro racing circuit

Forget Zion and Canyonlands; this desert gem has something for every hiker among the hoodoos and bristlecone pines

Everything you need to know about the famed races in Chamonix, France

On Thursday, they finished the last leg of the triple crown, but they’re not done yet

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