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A Guide to Buying a Refrigerator for Small Apartments

For the most part, American appliances, including refrigerators, fall into two categories: Big and nice or small and cheap. In other words, it’s …

Kitchens

10 Secrets The Airlines Don't Want You To Know

<i>By: Nadia Imafidon</i><p>Once you've experienced a $200 price spike in the <i>middle</i> of your ticket search, your fourth 45-minute flight delay of the day, or your bag going MIA in Miami, you can't help but think: what are these airlines hiding from me?<p>It turns out, A LOT. Sure, some of it's coincidence, and …

Flying

Sharp shooters: Our favorite cameras of 2014

As we head into 2015, we can continue to anticipate new cameras – from smartphones to interchangeable lens models – that push photographic …

Cameras

Tropical Vacations Perfect for Escaping Winter's Wrath

No matter how you plan on traveling to your holiday destination, the fact of the matter is that getting from one place to another will likely involve a little bit of stress.<p>While glistening snow, cozy fireplaces and hot cocoa all have their own unique charm (especially during the holidays), for …

Hot Chocolate

10 Who-Knew Uses for Aluminum Foil

It's handy for much more than just wrapping leftovers.<p>You already know that aluminum foil is a kitchen must-have, but its pliable, metallic structure makes it super-useful all over the house. Here's why you should stock up:<p><b>1. Line cabinets and drawers.</b>Not only is the foil easy to clean with a damp …

11 Ways to Trick Out Your Napkins

Ah… napkin folding. It’s like origami, except with cloth. If it isn’t considered art, we definitely think it should be. There are dozens of ways, shapes and tricks for your napkins, but the underlying motive is always the same: to dress up your table and set the tone for your meal. Once you’ve …

Sewing

19 Easy Home Winterization Projects

Put in the work now and save money all winter long.<p>Save money and remain cozy throughout winter by acting now before the bitter cold arrives.

Living and Sleeping Areas Exist in Harmony in these Comfortable Studio Spaces

• 1 |<br>• Designer: Artem Shelipov<p>The first apartment, from designer Artem Shelipov, is a 33 square meter (355 square feet) studio designed for a young man …

10 Things You Didn't Know Your Microwave Could Do

It goes way beyond just heating up your food.<p><b>1. Give your plants a boost</b>Sterilize soil for growing seedlings by heating it up in the microwave first. Colorado State University horticulturist Laura Pottorff suggests filling plastic containers with a thin layer of soil and microwaving them for 90 …

8 Quick Ways To Create A Comfortable Guest Room

Is your guest room still in shambles with visitors on the way? Here are 8 fast and easy ways to make it feel like home.<p><i>House Beautiful</i><p><b>1. Put out a welcome basket</b><p>Nothing makes guests feel more at home than a selection of treats and goodies. Fill up a basket with everything from travel-sized soaps to …

Digital Age

Dear Pregnant Celebrity: What to Eat for the Next 9 Months

Are you famous? Are you pregnant? Then we've got the slideshow for you! Here are 8 recipes you should cook and eat over the next several months<p>Man, it seems like every day we keep fielding calls from pregnant celebrities begging us for advice on what they should eat to ensure their little ones' …

Celebrity Gossip

10 Vacations To Take With Your BFF

BAZAAR's edit of the best places to go with your girlfriends.<p><i>BAZAAR</i>'s edit of the best places to go with your girlfriends.<p>Courtesy

Napa Valley

The Best Global Shopping Trips to Take in Your Lifetime

Anthropologie's buyer-at-large and former star of Man Shops Globe, Keith Johnson, shares his favorite world markets.<p>It's no secret we love to shop at <i>BAZAAR</i>. That combined with an overwhelming sense of wanderlust as of late (summer is just around the corner, after all), we're looking to make a …

The Only 5 Juice Recipes You'll Ever Need

The founders of LA's Pressed Juicery release their first book and share their secret recipes with BAZAAR.<p>If you're cool and you live in LA—or your name is Jessica Alba, Madonna, Mary-Kate Olsen, Ashley Olsen, Nicole Richie or Emma Roberts—then you're probably a huge fan of the Pressed Juicery, a …

How to Make Perfect Fish Tacos

The fish taco—battered and fried, cabbage-stuffed—might have originated in San Felipe, the Baja California gulf town south of Mexicali, or in …

10 Ice Cream Recipes to Make with a Food Processor and a Mad Genius Tip

Here, 10 delicious ice creams to make this summer.<p>In this week’s episode of Mad Genius Tips, F&W’s Justin Chapple proves that you don’t need special …

17 Life-Changing Cooking Tricks

From the editors at Cosmo.com, these kitchen tricks will make cooking so much easier.<p><b>1. Use two plates to safely cut a lot of little tomatoes at once.</b><p>Lay the tomatoes you wish to slice in half on a small plate. Place another plate on top and then run a very sharp knife through the gap between the …

Rooftop Bars NYC Views - Best Hotels, Pools, Restaurants

Travel

25 Business Books that You Won't See on Most Bookshelves

<i>Gregory Ciotti is the marketing director at Help Scout.This post originally appeared on the Help Scout blog.</i><p>Read to lead, right?<p>There are few better “hacks” in life than reading—distilled knowledge that often took years to assemble can be consumed in just a few hours.<p>The problem is that many …

Have Baby, Will Travel

My eldest son was 2 months old when he traveled for the first time on an airplane. As new parents, we really didn't know what to expect and packed everything but the kitchen sink -- cramming as much as we could into our carry-on and checked luggage, as well as packing the overflow into our golf …

Luggage

17 Foods You Didn't Even Know You Could Freeze

As part of HuffPost’s “Reclaim” project, HuffPost Taste will focus the entire month of July on simple ways you can reduce food waste in your own home.<p>We've told you which foods should never be frozen -- and stand by those rules.<p>But the freezer remains a highly useful member of your kitchen …

Better Than Storage: 7 Creative Uses For Your Closet

(Image credit: Stephanie Strickland)<p>Need an extra room more than you need some storage space? Even if you already feel low on it in your home, there …

San Francisco

After These 39 Chicken Thighs Recipes, You Can't Turn Back

Using chicken thighs, the most flavorful parts of the chicken, these recipes will have you cooking soups and skewers to tacos and paella.<p><b>We'll admit it: Chicken thighs trump chicken breasts any day of the week</b>. Not only are they more succulent than white meat, chicken thighs even stand up to …

Cooking

Our Best Kebab and Skewer Recipes for Your Grilling Pleasure

14 skewer and kebab recipes, from salmon to chicken to lamb.<p><b>Ice pops, corn dogs, cotton candy—there's nothing like food on a stick.</b> But the grand-daddy of stick cuisine will always be grilled kebabs. Check out these recipes to see what we mean.

Cooking

Salsa Roja Asada

Makes about 2 cups<p>For the best char, preheat your pan for at least five minutes. (And you might want to open a window—it’s going to be smoky.)<p>July 2014Print<p>Ingredients<p>1 pound plum tomatoes (about 5), cored<p>½ medium onion<p>1 serrano chile, halved, seeds removed if desired<p>1 garlic clove<p>¼ cup fresh …

Tomatoes

Peel garlic, pit cherries: 5 clever, easy kitchen hacks

We’re always looking for ways to make our lives easier – especially in the kitchen. Nilou Motamed, editor-in-chief of Epicurious, is here to do just that, showing us how to do everyday tasks in a smarter way.<p><b>How to peel garlic</b><p>It seems like garlic is used in almost every dish, and peeling it can be …

Hacking

The Best Spots To Eat & Drink In Athens

I spend a lot of time in Greece, especially in Athens, where I have friends and family. My familial roots (on my mother's side, hence the last name of Churchill and not Paraskevopoulos) always seem to draw me back. But I'd like to think that even if I didn't have a blood connection to Greece, as a …