Congratulations! You've made it through yet another week. Why not treat yourself this Friday with a little light reading?
Whether you're at your desk, curled up on the couch, or just counting down the minutes to happy hour, sit back and relax with some of our favorite articles of the week. On our must-read list, you'll find a recipe for a dairy-free yet decadent creme brulee, the strangest hair mask we've ever tried, and a list of warming foods to start cooking this winter.
Wow your dinner guests this holiday season with personal coconut creme brulees. From the minute they break the torched top, they'll be hooked.
This concoction might make you look like you just got slimed, sure, but the oh-so-soft, gleaming locks you'll get as a result are worth it.
Ever wonder why every chef on the Food Network has his or her ingredients portioned out into tiny bowls? It's a technique called mise en place, and it will change your culinary life.
Dry, cracked hands got you down? Not to fear—whip some coconut oil for a soothing, moisturizing cream.
Say goodbye to smoothies for the time being, and get cozy with roasted root vegetables, hot soups, and plenty of spices.
Next time you roast some seasonal butternut squash, take it up a notch with the addition of bee pollen vinaigrette. It sounds unusual, we know, but trust us—it's to die for.
Food horoscopes are the best horoscopes. Depending on your astrological sign, you might be fated to chow down on pomegranate, sage, or a wealth of other superfoods—read more to find out!
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