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Posts for February 21st 2013
Whether you're single or coupled up, love is in the air in February. We wanted you to be able to spoil yourself with a luxurious after-bath wrap, pucker up with a new lip color, and update your undergarments. Get wrapped up in a romantic love story before seeing it on the big screen while indulging in classic Valentine's Day treats: chocolate and conversation hearts. We hope you enjoyed these special valentines from us to you, and if you haven't already, sign up for POPSUGAR Must Have now to join in the fun!
- The one food Nigella can't stand — Zagat
- Learn the various flavors of cheese via a dazzling infographic — HuffPost Taste
- Special K recalled for possible glass fragments — Grub Street New York
- Alain Ducasse the next to open bean-to-bar chocolate shop in Paris — Eater
- New pill could sober you up in a matter of minutes — Delish
- Snapper or slimehead? Americans are eating mislabeled fish — The Braiser
- The deceiving ways food companies make junk food addictive — Yahoo Shine
Nachos and peanut butter — you'd be surprised at what this year's Oscar nominees call their favorite foods. Something else you'd be surprised by? Many of this season's big names can cook a mean meal (we're talking vegan soul food). Click on to read quotes from the actors and discover more food tales about Jennifer Lawrence, Anne Hathaway, and more!
Ever since I was first introduced to roasted bone marrow, it has been a must-order appetizer — if I see it on the menu, my mind is almost unimpeachably made up — but until I tried my hand at cooking the trendy dish, I had no idea how easy, enticing, and accessible bone marrow can be to make at home.
To say that making this recipe was a revelation is a major understatement. Truly, the most challenging (and not terribly difficult at that) step is procuring the bones. I found mine at the butcher counter at Whole Foods, though this required calling slightly ahead of time to make certain they had enough in stock, and to ensure that the bones were cut to my specifications. If this buttery appetizer is up your alley, try your local butcher. All it takes is a short phone call to see if they can wrangle up a few pounds of bones to brighten your meal (and day). Trust me: it's worth the extra step.
Tired of making the same meatless dishes? EatSpinRunRepeat shows us how to mix in exotic ingredients for a vegan-friendly recipe.These wraps are a perfect lunch or light dinner, and if the only greens you tend to eat are spinach and romaine lettuce, collards are a fantastic way to diversify. I made mine with Thai ingredients including galangal, Thai basil, and a bird's eye chili, but I've included substitutions in case you can't find these ingredients.
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