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While we're not ones to judge if there are beans in the chili, a few things are key: the chili must be laden with tons of spices, served piping hot, and garnished with a heaping handful of toppings. These seven chili recipes pack some serious flavor, while using lesser-known chili ingredients like smoky-sweet pepper seasoning, beer, and cocoa powder. There's a chili for all, so vegetarians, omnivores, and even pollo-tarians can get their steamy fix.
When it comes to brunch treats, it's hard to top classic cinnamon rolls, but we're up to the challenge. Tuck in a few slices of bacon and drizzle everything with maple glaze, then watch this dish win major points with friends. Watch the video to see how to bake up a batch in a flash, and then print out the recipe.
If you were to stop and go through the quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies weighing down your purse or cluttering up your car cup holder, how much do you think you'd collect? $10? $25? Well, according to the experts at Coinstar, the average amount cashed in for eCertificates and/or gift cards at their coin kiosks is a whopping $56 — twice as much as people think they have. Talk about a nice, unexpected chunk of change as we head into the holiday season (especially since so many of us go over budget on holiday shopping!).
Our advice to you: make every coin count! Take a few minutes to grab all the spare change "jingle-belling" in your purses, pockets, car, and desk drawers, then hit your local Coinstar kiosk, where you can turn the contents of your coin jar into cash or no-fee eCertificates from popular brands, including Amazon, iTunes, Gap, and Starbucks. Click here to find the Coinstar kiosk closest to you.
Now that you know there might be more change lying around than you think, what would you do with those extra pennies this holiday?
This week on POPSUGAR Girls' Guide, Tyler Oakley and Becca Frucht gave us the rundown on Paris Hilton and Lil Wayne's Good Time, #StarbucksDrakeHands, and more on Top That! Brandi Milloy showed us how to make yummy Alice in Wonderland cookies and milk just in time for the Once Upon a Time in Wonderland premiere on ABC. Also this week, Allison McNamara shared how to make a fierce Sharknado hoodie, and our spooky Halloween makeup giveaway continues! Make sure to enter to win $500 to Sephora and amazing Halloween makeup. As always, let us know what you think, and click that subscribe button for more awesome videos!
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Sushi meets sandwiches? Wait, hear me out. This sandwich is inspired by one of my favorite sushi rolls, the classic salmon and avocado, with a spicy Japanese-mustard kick. It combines smoked salmon, avocado, and wasabi cream cheese, served on dark rye or pumpernickel bread, and in addition to capturing sushi flavors, it evokes bagels and lox. Plus, it's a lot easier to make than sushi. Watch and see how it's done.
Arguably the most delicious way to revive stale bread is french toast. Simpler than pancakes, french toast can be ready in less than 20 minutes and is an easy way to feed a house full of people.
The bread soaks in a batter consisting mainly of milk and eggs. Then the drenched pieces are thrown on a skillet to sear on each side, which results in a custardy interior and toasted exterior.
The actual french toast is minimally sweetened; let each person customize his or her own with fresh berries, maple syrup, and powdered sugar. Keep reading to see the french toast recipe.
Skeptical about hard cider? Today's tipples, Strawman and Iceman from Angry Orchard Hard Cider, just might surprise you.
Modeled after traditional European and Canadian cider-making processes, these small-batch brews are higher in alcohol — 10 percent, as opposed to the five that's common for the cider category — and are much rounder than we've come to expect in a cider. Keep reading for our tasting notes.
Candy corn, mellowcreme pumpkins, Indian corn: few candies scream Halloween more, but the question is, does anyone actually like these slightly waxy, honeyed sweets? We're curious: are you partial to the classic (candy corn), the cute and chubby (mellowcreme pumpkins), or the cocoa-spiked (Indian corn), or do you pass on all three?