From warm apple pies to gooey caramel apples, there are several ways — and tools — to prepare this crisp, seasonal fruit. For the moments you don't want to simply take a bite and would rather enjoy this fruit in a sweeter form, consider these seven kitchen essentials that make prepping apples easy as pie!
Pumpkin and cream cheese go together like peanut butter and jelly. Whipped shares this incredible recipe for a tasty Fall treat.
This is my new, absolute favorite pumpkin recipe. Fluffy pumpkin banana bars dripping in smooth, creamy cheese frosting . . . Mmm!
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Anyone who’s ever spent a night in a five-star hotel or received V.I.P. treatment at an event knows that true indulgence is all in the details—fresh flowers, incredible views, oh-so-comfy seating. And while it seems impossible to replicate that same pampering atmosphere at home, you can surround yourself with easy, affordable luxury just by focusing on the “little things”—simple ways to treat the senses.
For starters, try Renuzit® brand’s new Tempting Indulgences™ air fresheners, a guilt-free way to surround yourself with warm, inviting, and scrumptious-smelling scents like Chocolate Covered Cherries, Crème Brulee, and Red Velvet Cake.
Then, consider other easy ideas for bringing opulence home. Give an old dresser a fancy makeover with dressy new drawer pulls. Add candles to a cake stand for an elegant centerpiece. Create a playlist of classic or light jazz music to enjoy while dining.
Feeling crafty? Get started on an a DIY project of your own!
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We've tried quite a few bottles of wine, so when an organization called The Label Project reached out to us to participate in a wine tasting challenge, we readily accepted. The rules were simple: we received a shipment of three crates, each containing a different bottle of wine and written and physical clues as to its varietal and country of origin. Take a look at the clues we received and our experience discerning the varietals and region where the grapes were grown.
Photos: Nicole Perry
As soon as I enter a grocery store, I'm pulled like a magnet to the cheese section. Each week, my eyes scan the mountains of cheese to find the right one to satisfy my hankering, whether it's for something dry and crumbly or most recently, for a soft and runny cheese like this Fromi Brebirousse d' Argental. As soon as I saw this washed-rind sheep's milk cheese from France, it was love at first sight, or rather first whiff. Mostly, it was because it reminded me of my all-time favorite cheese, Epoisses, with its bright orange rind and oozing interior.