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Señor Brown Cocktail

Serious Eats Michael Dietsch Post a comment

In this simple drink, smoky mezcal offers a savory quality that unfolds on your tongue, and apple soda provides a bracing tartness. More

Sparkling Sumac Lemonade

Serious Eats Tama Matsuoka Wong 1 comment

A modern take on "sumac-ade" is a fun, refreshing thirst quencher. More

Boiled Coke with Ginger and Lemon

Serious Eats Robyn Lee Post a comment

Boiled Coke with ginger and lemon started off as a popular cold remedy in Hong Kong, but now it's a popular anytime drink that's found at pretty much all Hong Kong diners. As a first-time, not sick drinker, I found it surprisingly pleasant. The cold and fizzy are gone, but you're left with sweet, spicy, a little tart, a smidge medicinal—all things that would feel restorative on a cold day or in a stream of warmth going down a sore throat. More

DIY Grape Soda

Serious Eats Marcia Simmons 7 comments

You can use all-natural ingredients and still get a grape soda that's bold in both color and flavor. More

Blueberry Lime Rickey

Serious Eats Autumn Giles 2 comments

The pretty purple hue of this soda comes from a simple homemade blueberry syrup. More

DIY Cherry Cola

Serious Eats Marcia Simmons 7 comments

A DIY recipe for homemade cherry cola syrup. More

DIY Root Beer

Serious Eats Marcia Simmons 16 comments

Homemade root beer is earthy, bold, and sweet all at the same time. More

Ginger Beer

Serious Eats Peter Reed 26 comments

Ginger beer is ginger ale's sinister cousin: much or ginger and a little less sweet, but still (mostly) non-alcoholic. It can be made easily at home with simple ingredients and materials. More

DIY Tonic Water

Serious Eats Marcia Simmons 9 comments

If you're unhappy with the flavor of commercial tonics and like to geek out in the kitchen, DIY tonic is a lot of fun. This basic recipe goes well with gin and is a great starting point for playing with your own unique herb and spice combinations. More

Pimm's and Cantaloupe

Serious Eats Heather Arndt Anderson Post a comment

This is a lovely, iced tea-colored sipper that refreshes perfectly, and wonderfully complements a smoky prosciutto on toast. It's drier than your standard Pimm's Cup, with just soda, ginger, and lemon slices instead of sweet sparkling lemonade, and wedges of heirloom cantaloupe instead of cucumbers (they're botanical cousins). More

Very Berry Sodas

Serious Eats Emily Luchetti Post a comment

These ice cream sodas are refreshing and light enough to be appreciated on a hot humid day; but they're so beautiful and sophisticated, you can serve them at a dinner party. Fresh berries, homemade raspberry soda, and strawberry ice cream come together beautifully in each glass. More

Venison Chili for Christmas Hot Dogs

Serious Eats Hawk Krall Post a comment

This recipe was developed for Christmas Hot Dogs but tastes great on its own as well. Spiked with cocoa and cinnamon, it's similar to a Greek or Cincinnati-style chili but not as aggressively spiced. I wanted to keep the spice... More

How to Make a Klondike Float

Serious Eats Erin Zimmer 25 comments

It all started with a tweet. FoSE Matt Jacobs shared his genius concept for a Klondike Float last week. We retrieved the supplies (Klondike bar, a can of Coca-Cola, a glass—OK, that's it) and made one. Is it awesomeness in a glass? Yes, yes it is. More

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