It's hard to hold back whenever you see those blooming onions that resemble flower petals at Outback Steakhouse and other classic restaurants. The perfectly crispy appetizer is so good in every way, from the seasoned coating to the thick dipping sauce.
- Meredith Videos
Yes, an ordinary onion.
Amid the Coronavirus pandemic and racial unrest, 2020 has been an anxiety-inducing year for all of us. Even something as simple as a trip to the grocery store (in the pre-pandemic era), now feels unsettling. And all of the recent food product recalls don't make this task any easier. With certain granola, chicken nuggets, and […]
- Meredith Videos
The California-based company tied to the outbreak will be recalling all onions that may have come into contact with the red onions.
- Martha Stewart Living
They're the perfect topping for burgers and tarts, but they also taste great mixed into a creamy dip.
So far, at least 59 people have been hospitalized.
- Delish Videos
Country singer and American Idol judge, Luke Bryan, tries to chop as many onions as he can in ten minutes while answering his fans most burning questions—like, how many boots do you own? How many margaritas is too many? What's the 2021 tour going to look like?? Watch and find out 😬
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom are expecting their first child together. Here's a complete timeline of their relationship.
The stars met in January 2016 and got engaged in 2019. Perry revealed her pregnancy in a music video for "Never Worn White."
The model, dancer and actress stars in “Port Authority,” the first film in the history of the Cannes Film Festival to feature a transgender woman of color in a leading role.
Katy Perry said she and Orlando Bloom are bound by 'spiritual evolution': 'He gets up at 7 a.m. and chants for an hour'
Perry said that she and Bloom, who are now engaged and expecting their first baby together, "love mysticism, conspiracies, aliens, all that stuff."
- House Beautiful
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- Martha Stewart Living
Food is love and so are Grandma's casseroles.
- Town & Country
From supportive one pieces, to sleek bandeau bikinis, here's where to shop the best of swim. From Town & Country
Procrastination happens to the best of us — but these easy apps got your back. From Delish
- Country Living
These meals are perfect for busy weeknights. From Country Living
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Cranberry brie bites are a GAME. CHANGER. From Delish
- Better Homes & Gardens
Can't eat eggs due to allergies or dietary restrictions? Or maybe you're simply out of eggs mid-recipe. Use this list of the best vegan egg substitutes for all your favorite baked good recipes.
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Kate Middleton's kids are close to her heart, even when she's away from home on royal outings. The Duchess of Cambridge met with volunteers at Baby Basics UK on Tuesday, and if you look closely, you'll see the sweetest nod to George, Charlotte, and Louis around her neck. Kate followed in her sister-in-law Meghan Markle's footsteps and chose a necklace featuring her kids' initials from sustainable designer Daniella Draper. How lovely! Naturally, the rest of Kate's outfit is the definition of breezy summer style. She opted for a white button-down dress from Suzannah - a piece she first wore to Wimbledon last July. For the Baby Basics event, Kate changed the way she styled her shirt dress and chose a favorite pair of Tabitha Simmons heels to go with it. She also added a floral Amaia Kids face mask when unpacking boxes or interacting with workers at a closer proximity. Get a look at her whole outfit below, and see her exact necklace. Related: Yes, Kate Middleton Has Mini Tennis Players All Over Her Dress - How Delightful Is That?
I have been ignoring wide-arm push-ups for years - due to the (false) assumption that this particular hand positioning was ineffective. So, when my workout instructor randomly called out wide-arm push-ups the other day, I admittedly had no idea if I was performing the challenging variation the correct way.
Oversize dresses, frocks, mumus or good ol' "house gowns" as my late grandmother would call them, have unquestionably taken over the fashion industry. And for good reason. What started out as a micro trend that we mainly saw coming down the runways or only being shot on the coolest-of-the-cool street style stars has quickly morphed into a trend that not just the fashion girls are loving these days. With the many iterations, from tent-like shapes, voluminous skirts, babydoll silhouettes and overly-puffy sleeves, evidence would suggest that this trend is without-a-doubt here for the long haul. Not only are they easy to style, but they're ridiculously comfortable and flattering for all shapes and sizes. But the question still remains: How does one style them IRL? The answers right here.
Real Reviews Makeup Happy Hour hosts Rachael Edwards (left) and Macy Williams (right). Pour a glass of wine and dust off your contouring skills, because it's time to party.