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Up Your Black Tea Game Beyond English Breakfast

Close your eyes and think of tea, and unless you're of East Asian descent, chances are the first thing that comes to mind is a brew that looks like the photo above. Sure, green tea may be top dog in China, Japan, and Korea, but over in the West, black tea is the clear winner. From the US to the UK …

25 Summer Essential Recipes You Should Master

Summer foods shouldn't be complicated—they don't need to be when so much is in season—it should just be good. We've gathered up 25 classic recipes to take you from Memorial Day to Labor Day.<p><b>Summer, man. It's back.</b> And with it comes long, warm days and nights that should be spent next to the grill, …

Cooking

The Best Hiking Shells of 2015

1.1K<p>SHARES<p>The Test<p><i>Miles hiked: 4,100+<br>Highest elevation: 19,900 feet in Peru<br>Strongest wind: 75 mph in New Zealand<br>Coldest temp: -15°F in British</i> …

Backpacking

21 Totally Breathtaking Trails To Hike Before You Die

Hit the dusty road.

Hiking

Amazing Road Trips

Travel Photography

Soup Recipes Hearty Enough To Call Dinner

Jay Leno put it best when he said, "Soup is just a way of screwing you out of a meal." This often feels true in the case of tomato soup when it's not accompanied with a grilled cheese. And it is definitely true in the case of a pureed butternut squash soup, which leaves you hungry just an hour …

10 Recipes That Break the Hard-Boiled Egg Mold

<i>Pictured: Horseradish Deviled Eggs with Seared Steak and Blue Cheese recipe from CHOW</i>There’s a reason hard-boiled eggs never go out of style: they’re …

Eggs

15 reasons why everyone should visit Ireland

Ireland is home to incredibly peaceful cemeteries, gorgeous castles, an awesome landscape of bogs, beaches, and cliffs, and of course, Guinness.<p>As I learned in a nine-day trip around Ireland and its sibling Northern Ireland, this island is one of the most magically friendly places on Earth.<p>Here are …

Ireland

Hammock Tents Will Have You Sleeping In The Heavens

If you love sleeping under the stars but hate the discomfort of traditional tents, we have two words that will change the way you do the outdoors: Hammock. Tents.<p>Imagine falling asleep suspended over the rugged earth and <i>not</i> directly on it. Yep. Champion levels of outdoor relaxation …

20 Legendary Day Hikes in the National Parks

The greatest hikes in U.S. national parks aren't necessarily the longest. Here are 20 treks that get hikers into the best a park has to offer in just a day.

Hiking

Brisket 101: Do You Know the Difference Between Texas Brisket and Regular Brisket?

There's brisket, and there's Texas brisket. Read on if you're confused about the difference.

Brisket

10 Techniques Every Home Cook Should Know

Your chopping skills are on point. You can fillet a fish like a pro. You can even tell the doneness of a steak by feel. But there’s always another …

Top-Ranked Pro Snaps Up Airline, Biotech And Tech Stocks After Timely Sale of Oil Holdings

Not many investment pros managed to dump their oil stocks before the price of crude started plummeting last year, but prescient investors who did obviously escaped heavy losses. The big question: Where did they invest the proceeds for greater future gains?<p>One top-ranked money manager, Graham …

Investing

6 Simple and Satisfying Puréed Soups

Get out your blender! Puréed soups are simple, silky and satisfying -- and a great way to enjoy your vegetables.<p><b>1. Easy Butternut Squash Soup</b><p>This has got to be the easiest butternut squash soup recipe ever. You start with pre-cut squash from the supermarket, then you basically throw everything in a …

8 Mobile Apps that Will Make You Love Your Next Layover

Prayitno / Flickr<p>Flight delays are impossible to avoid and even more frustrating to deal with. But there are a few smartphone apps that will make your next delay less of a headache. Whether you want to find the nearest airport lounge or yoga room, or just need help getting rebooked, you'll find …

First Look: GT Grade Carbon Ultegra

Part of a new breed of adventure road bikes that lets you keep riding long after the pavement ends.<p>The biggest development on the road this year, other than disc brakes, is the rise of so-called “adventure road bikes.”<p>This category is an outgrowth of the gravel-grinder movement, but manufacturers …

Road Bikes

4 Winter Martinis from Bartenders in the Country's Coldest Cities

Cold climate mixologists sound off on the best way to make martinis for these icy, slushy, brutally cold days.<p>For some reason, there is nothing …

15 amazing adventures for 2015

Hot Springs

These Treehouses Are Even Better in Winter

Capture the placid perfection of a winter forest by staying in one of these arboreal lofts. Not only are they specifically made to weather the cold, but they’re cozy too.<p>You might think sleeping in a treehouse is tailor-made for summer (hello cool breezes and rustling of leaves), but if you go in …

Hiking

Blizzard 2015: New England Buried, NYC Lifts Travel Ban

BLIZZARD '15: THE LATEST<p>New England was clobbered on Tuesday by a blizzard every bit as ferocious as forecasters feared — more than 2½ feet of snow, wind as strong as a hurricane and icy waves powerful enough to shake houses.<p>Boston had been socked with 23.3 inches of snow by Tuesday evening — …

New England

21 Things You've Definitely Eaten If You Grew up in the Midwest

By: Andy Kryza<p>Midwesterners do things their own way -- seriously, ask anyone from the Midwest to say "paper bag" and you'll experience vowels you didn't even know existed. And when it comes to food, the region is flooded with deliciousness that much of the rest of the country hasn't even heard of. …

17 Sauces for Chicken Wings

Whether you go the classic buttery hot-sauce route or the sticky fruit-glazed or Asian-sauced route, hot wings are the ultimate messy finger food. …

Cooking

5 Things You Didn't Know About Eating Paleo

<i>Today: Chef Pete Evans, author of The Paleo Chef, demystifies the gluten-free, sugar-free, and dairy-free Paleo diet.</i><p>Chances are you've already heard of the Paleo diet, which avoids all foods that were not available to Paleolithic humans, including most dairy products, refined sugars, grains, …

Nutrition

10 Dishes Every Beginner Cook Should Master

What's the best dish for a beginner cook to try? We asked star chefs from all over the country for their recommendations. Here’s what they had to say.<p>…

San Francisco

How to curb hunger pangs with your mind

There may be a simple way to lose weight using only the power of thought. You just have to know how, says David Robson.<p>Eric Robinson has a surprising tool for weight loss. It’s something we all have, but perhaps don’t use it as much as we’d like: our memory.<p>Dieters often feel that they are waging …

Nutrition

5 Hotels That Take Vacation Fitness to the Next Level

<i>by Condé Nast Traveler</i><p>Photo courtesy Geejam Hotel<p><b>1. Geejam Hotel</b><p>Geejam Hotel in Port Antonio, Jamaica, is off the charts--fabulous gym, an easy walk down to the hotel's private beach, and delicious healthy food. --<i>Calder Quinn</i><p>Photo by Roy Garner/Alamy<p><b>2. Sofitel SO, Bangkok</b><p>Runners, stay at the …

A Guide To Loading Basically Every Type Of Dishwasher That Exists

Remember in grade school when the teachers repeatedly told us to read directions? Well, they were onto something. Not only did teaching us that simple, yet invaluable skill mean they didn't have to answer the same question over and over again, but they were also preparing us for the rest of our …

Leo Tolstoy’s theory of everything

<b>Leo Tolstoy (Wikimedia)</b><p>Before writing some of the greatest novels in history, Tolstoy asked some of philosophy’s hardest questions<p>Irina Paperno<p>January 11, 2015 12:00am (UTC)<p>Excerpted from “’Who, What Am I?': Tolstoy Struggles to Narrate the Self”<p>Tolstoy’s first diary, started on March 17, 1847, at …

Literature