Proof that healthy can still be delicious.Originally Appeared on Bon Appétit
There's nothing we love more than easy recipes. No seriously, recipes that have easy to follow steps and are equally as delicious are our holy grail. And if there is anyone we can count on to feed us simple and creative new recipes, it is Giada De Laurentiis. Which is why we're so eager to […]
Serve festive food the whole family can enjoy.From Country Living
There's really not much you can't put into a flaky, buttery crust.Originally Appeared on Bon Appétit
It's easy to make the connection between wearing black and somber times, but you would be missing the upside: the preferred fashion palette of French editors, art directors, and New Yorkers is 1) incredibly easy for putting outfits together, particularly in a year when getting dressed feels like a real effort, and 2) nearly impossible to not look chic.And in times like these, getting dressed to feel more prepared, more capable, or just better really does count for a lot. That's why we've partnered with Macy's to bring you a refresher on monochrome dressing that explores texture, shape, and an intentional jumbling-up of aesthetics in a way that might kickstart some more Big Ideas In Fits (and beauty — we've included some notes in that department, too). Ahead, see four creative all-black looks that celebrate fashion's most effective — and, therefore, happiest-making — outfit formula. Even with an everyday T-shirt, a garter-strap miniskirt is very va-va-voom. But shrug on a hooded, longline leather jacket and lug-sole boot, and the vibe suddenly turns into "Don't trifle with me." Beauty note: Prep your legs with a scented body lotion so your shins soft, even if your outfit is hard as nails.Levi's Hooded Faux-Leather Moto Jacket, $, available at Macy'sGUESS Mirage Logo Garter-Strap Zip Mini Skirt, $, available at Macy'sLevi's The Perfect Crewneck T-Shirt, $, available at Macy'sCircus by Sam Edelman Darielle Lug Sole Chelsea Booties, $, available at Macy'sMarc Jacobs Perfect Body Lotion, $, available at Macy'sThe amount of romantic details seen on recent (mostly virtual) runways seems to indicate that designers still believe in love, so why shouldn't we? Here, we've put together a puff-sleeve dress with snakeskin loafers, an embroidered headband, and a lush floral perfume for a sweet, schoolgirl-ish look that could still break a coeur or two. Michael Kors Leather-Trim Puff-Sleeve Dress, $, available at Macy'sCircus by Sam Edelman Deana Lug Sole Bit Loafers, $, available at Macy'sINC International Concepts Embroidered Knotted Headband, $, available at Macy'sValentino Voce Viva Eau de Parfum, $, available at Macy'sDid we or did we not see this ensemble walk down a fluorescent-pink catwalk in a wheat field in the south of France? Even if our memory's a bit foggy, a cardigan dress, lace-up sandals, and tawny makeup are enough to transport us straight to Provence, if only in our mind's eye. Lucy Paris Corine Caridgan Maxi Dress, $, available at Macy'sSteve Madden Uplift Ankle-Tie Sandals, $, available at Macy'sLauren Ralph Lauren Gold-Tone Textured Oval Link Orbital Drop Earrings, $, available at Macy'sToo Faced Pumpkin Spice Warm & Spicy Eye Shadow Palette, $, available at Macy'sUrban Decay Jumbo All Nighter Long-Lasting Makeup Setting Spray, $, available at Macy'sTBD on when we'll actually be able to dance to bangers in a real club, but with slick faux-leather leggings, a cutout sweater, mirror-finish highlighter, and point-toe boots, it's almost like being there.Bar III Melanay Booties, $, available at Macy'sPlanet Gold Cutout Mock-Neck Sweater, $, available at Macy'sBar III Faux-Leather Leggings, $, available at Macy'sBECCA Cosmetics Zero Face + Lip Glass Highlighter, $, available at Macy'sLike what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?
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The surprise hit of the holiday table? A beautiful and bracing salad.Originally Appeared on Bon Appétit
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A woman is refusing to make non-vegan meals for her boyfriend’s son. She shared why on Reddit’s “Am I the A******” forum . The issue is that her boyfriend expects her to make two versions of dinner every day. “He works until 6:30 pm every day so I typically make dinner, do all the grocery shopping, etc. I’ve been vegan my whole life so obviously cook vegan. His kid has no problem at all eating what I cook,” she wrote. At first, the boyfriend was fine with this. Then he started asking her to buy non-vegan items like cow’s milk and butter. “Now he’s saying he’s worried about his child eating vegan so much, thinks they need calcium, etc. Doc and nutritionist say the child is fine,” she wrote. “I told him, I’m fine buying him non-vegan food for him to cook for himself and his child if they want that non-vegan food. But I’m not cooking non-vegan food”. The boyfriend argued that if he had to make dinner after work he will go "starving" and that the family wouldn’t be able to eat together since his son goes to sleep at 7:30 p.m. “Realistically it sounds like you’re being unreasonable. If he gets home at 6:30 p.m. that leaves very little time to cook before his kid needs to go to bed,” a user commented. “If the doc and nutritionist are saying the kid is fine with the vegan diet, you get to cook what you want,” another wrote