We learned a lot about Making Things with Our Hands this year.
It’s a new year, and you’re an adult. Your life may be a mess, but your closet will at least be neat and tidy.
Thought clothespins were an obsolete relic of the past? Think again.
Whether you have a home office or squeeze your stuff into a cubicle, these handy tricks will make working a little less insufferable.
Kick off the New Year with stylish fingertips.
In case the rock on your finger isn’t attention-grabbing enough.
The little things really add up. Admit it: there’s a small part of you that relates to the ladies on Extreme Couponing.
Being chronically late is not the mark of a Highly Effective Person. Get to work on time by multi-tasking and streamlining your getting-ready routine.
Know that jiggly gelatinous red cranberry stuff? You can use it to get drunk!
You might want to get started now.
All of these recipes have one step in common: Let someone else cook the chicken for you.
Some of these are recent discoveries from chefs like Heston Blumenthal who study the chemical compounds of food. Others have been paired together for centuries in various ethnic cuisines. Either way: They work.
Maybe it’s not a flat-screen TV, but everyone’s gotta eat. These make great party favors or a nice gift for a party host.
Do you know someone who loves wine? If so, these will make perfect presents for them this holiday season.
Back away from the cocoa powder. It’s only bringing you down.
You won’t believe some of these exist.
The truth hurts. Things are about to get real in the kitchen.
They just might be the most versatile tools in your kitchen. Not to mention the cutest.
Just try to make some ancho chili-cinnamon bark and not eat the whole darn pan before it’s out of your kitchen.
A comprehensive guide to the best part of the holidays.