Perfect French Fries
French fries should be salty, crisp, light, and not greasy. If you like these kind of thin, super-crisp fries, here's how to make them at home.
Spiked Thin Mint Milkshake
This is a Girl Scout Cookie-inspired milkshake for grown ups only, but you can leave out the booze if you want to make a version for kids.
With its herbal citrus notes, this natural cola is dark and filled with rich, sweet aromatics—a more grown-up take on a cola.
Duck Fat Fries
Because duck fat and potatoes love each other.
Pumpkin Cheesecake Milkshake
This shake has a mellow pumpkin flavor spiced with a pinch of cinnamon, and the addition of cream cheese makes it tangy and extra creamy.
Ginger beer is ginger ale's more ginger-intense cousin. It can be made easily at home with simple ingredients and materials.
This chili ends up with a meaty, saucy texture perfect for topping fries as well as burgers or dogs.
More bacon makes every burger taste better, right? So why not add more bacon to a shake? A pinch of salt is added before blending to amp up the savory factor and accentuate the sweetness.
Puréed together and strained, the sugar-simmered cherries, vinegar, and almond extract add up to a concentrate that tastes like fresh sour cherries with just the slightest hint of sweetness.
Gravy Cheese Fries with Roasted Garlic
Call it mock poutine or disco fries, it's a comforting mess of thick-cut oven fries, shredded Gruyère, and rich beef gravy, strewn with roasted garlic.
Stupendous Strawberry Shake
A punchy combo of strawberry ice cream and sorbet, strawberry jam, and a teaspoon of lemon juice.
Celery soda is bittersweet and definitely not for everyone. But you may just love it.
Pistachios give the shake a vibrant green color and lots of nutty flavor.
Raise your hand if you like tater tots? (And remember, it's the Internet, so no one can see you.) Everyone, right? We thought so.
DIY Root Beer
Homemade root beer is earthy, bold, and sweet all at the same time. And if a scoop of ice cream happens to fall in your glass, all the better.