Austere Manhattans and martinis can have their moment any day of the year, but summer is for punchy, bright, refreshing cocktails. We’ve collected some of our favorites—without playing favorites. Gin, vodka, tequila, bourbon, rum: The gang’s all here.
“There are two ways to approach meal prepping,” writes our food director, Caitlin O’Malley. Instead of pulling together full-on meals in advance, she typically preps just a few elements ahead to make cooking a little bit easier. She shares her efficiency tips—for breakfast, salad dressings, marinated mains, produce, and snacks—along with prep-friendly recipes to try.
When it’s too hot to cook in the summer: salad for dinner. But because salads are so often a lunchtime move, you might need to spruce up your normal routine to make a really satisfying dinner. We developed three salads that are delicious, hearty, and totally dinner-worthy.