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19 of the Meatiest, Juiciest, Gnarliest Burgers to Inspire Your Labor Day Weekend 19 of the Meatiest, Juiciest, Gnarliest Burgers to Inspire Your Labor Day Weekend
We went to TimeOut New York's Battle of the Burgers to try some of the best burgers NYC has to offer. Get inspired for your Labor Day barbecue with this array of mouthwatering cheeseburgers.
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Don't Make These BBQ Mistakes on Labor Day Don't Make These BBQ Mistakes on Labor Day
Earn the title of grill master this Labor Day weekend with these barbecue tips and tricks.
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The Best Tom Collins Recipe, Courtesy of Model Denise Schaefer The Best Tom Collins Recipe, Courtesy of Model Denise Schaefer
Watch the Cali-girl-turned actress (Bleed for This) shake out a perfect Tom Collins.
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12 Best New Restaurants in America 12 Best New Restaurants in America
Discover GQ's best new restaurants in America.
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How to Make Your New Favorite Margarita How to Make Your New Favorite Margarita
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo, or summer, or the weekend, or anything you want, really, with this easy-to-make tweak on the classic margarita from bartender Tad Carducci, co-author of 'The Tippling Bros.'
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How to Make a Roasted Margarita How to Make a Roasted Margarita
Tad Carducci, the master mixologist and co-author of The Tippling Bros. A Lime and a Shaker: Discovering Mexican-Inspired Cocktails, shows us how to add a simple, toasty twist to an all-time classic.
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How to Cook a Perfect Steak How to Cook a Perfect Steak
There are few things in life worse than poorly cooked steak. Iron Chef Marc Forgione is here to save you from having to face another plate of bland, chewy beef with some Prime Grade tips and tricks.
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How to Make an Everclear Cocktail That's Actually Delicious How to Make an Everclear Cocktail That's Actually Delicious
Spring break may be winding down, but you can still enjoy upgraded versions of your favorite college cocktails. They're guaranteed to bring you back to your glory days (minus the debilitating hangover).
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How to Make a Better Tequila Sunrise How to Make a Better Tequila Sunrise
Spring break may be winding down, but you can still enjoy upgraded versions of your favorite college cocktails. They're guaranteed to bring you back to your glory days (minus the nasty hangovers)
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GQ Stories: How to Mix Cocktails and Toast with Friends GQ Stories: How to Mix Cocktails and Toast with Friends
George Laboda learns how to mix a cocktail and toasts with friends during a night out.
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How to Make a Berry, Boozy Cocktail Inspired by New Orleans How to Make a Berry, Boozy Cocktail Inspired by New Orleans
Find out how to craft the ultimate Fat Tuesday cocktail using muddled blackberries and strawberries, orange juice, gin, Champagne, and more.
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How to Craft an Apple, Cherry and Vanilla-Infused Cocktail How to Craft an Apple, Cherry and Vanilla-Infused Cocktail
It's a riff off a French 75, but with fresh fruits and homemade honey syrup. Find out how to make the "Libation without Representation" cocktail from a bartender at Washington D.C.'s Le Diplomate.
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How to Not Look Like a Doofus in Front of a Sommelier How to Not Look Like a Doofus in Front of a Sommelier
Ordering wine in a restaurant is tricky business. On one hand, you want to drink something good, but you also don't want to be that guy. So, we reached out to Robert Bohr of NYC's Charlie Bird for a few practical tips on winning over your somm.
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So You Think You Can Read a Wine Label So You Think You Can Read a Wine Label
Picking up a bottle of wine at the shop is a stressful ordeal. Even if you figure out what type of wine you'd like, comparing by reading the labels can feel a lot like reading a different language (hint: you are). To help sort out even the most complex German Riesling, we spoke with Cedric Nicaise, Wine Director at Eleven Madison Park.
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Learn How to Read a Wine Bottle from an Expert Sommelier Learn How to Read a Wine Bottle from an Expert Sommelier
Picking the right bottle at the store is a daunting task. What's the difference between older and newer wines? If you like a wine from one region, will others from the same region taste the same? Why is everything in French? Turns out, you can learn a lot about a wine from its label. Let Cedric Nicaise, Wine Director at Eleven Madison Park, explain.
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How to Turn Thanksgiving's Leftover Cranberry Sauce Into Friday's Breakfast How to Turn Thanksgiving's Leftover Cranberry Sauce Into Friday's Breakfast
Trying to find a home for your leftover cranberry sauce that isn't the trash? How about atop a perfectly golden, sugary sweet slice of crispy French Toast? Makes the perfect breakfast for nursing a Thanksgiving hangover.
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How to Make a Brussels Sprouts Salad From Thanksgiving Leftovers How to Make a Brussels Sprouts Salad From Thanksgiving Leftovers
Brussels sprouts often go unnoticed at the Thanksgiving table. But turn them into this Brussels sprouts salad, and people will be talking about them all the way to next year's Turkey Day.
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How to Turn Leftover Thanksgiving Turkey Into a Delicious Pot Pie How to Turn Leftover Thanksgiving Turkey Into a Delicious Pot Pie
You cooked it, carved it, consumed it, played tug-of-war with the wishbone, and fed the giblets to your dog' and yet: there's still some turkey left. So what to do with it? Put it in a pot pie and eat it again.
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How to Make Baked Eggs With Stuffing, and Sweet Potatoes How to Make Baked Eggs With Stuffing, and Sweet Potatoes
You could throw all your leftovers together and have the same meal you did last night, just colder. Or: you could follow these steps, throw in some eggs, and have something much, much better.
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How to Make Betony's Spiked Hot Chocolate How to Make Betony's Spiked Hot Chocolate
What crazy ingredient sets this hot chocolate apart from the rest? Spoiler: It's not just the alcohol.
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