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15 Fall 2015 TV shows to watch

<b>(CNN) —</b> It's that time of the year again.<p>New fall shows are coming, and there will be familiar faces and plot lines that make you say "This reminds me of..." We present to you the 15 shows you probably want to check out for Fall 2015 TV season.<p>"Narcos" (Netflix)<p>Pablo Escobar and the Medellin Cartel …


The Instagram Rules: The Good, the Bad, and the Very Boring

<i>Hayley Bloomingdale is the editorial and social media editor for Moda Operandi.</i><p>@Instagram is not for everyone. If you make the decision to join this unique social network, please be sure to carefully read the rules and proceed with caution. And note: Just as it is often applicable in the …

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80 Genius Beauty Hacks That'll Change Your Life

The biggest-ever list of must-know tips and tricks.<p>The biggest-ever list of must-know tips and tricks.


How to make the perfect burger: Oxford food scientist claims to have answer

Oxford University chef says perfect burger is 7cm tall, should be eaten to music, given a name and should feel as good as it tastes<p>A leading food scientist claims to have created the perfect burger - and says that its smell and feel are more important than the taste.<p>The best burgers are 7cm tall, …

Why Thick Flour Tortillas Never Made It Big And Thin Tortillas Did

About 16 years ago, I lost my hungry heart to a flour tortilla. I was in the small town of Las Vegas, N.M., at Charlie's Spic & Span Café, when a server placed a basket on the table. Inside was a stack of thick, charmingly floppy tortillas, dotted with browned bubbles and closer in thickness to …

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Turn Scallion Greens and Tomato Skins From Trash to Delicious Powdered Treasure

Every time I cook from a recipe that calls for just <i>part</i> of a vegetable, I feel like crap—I don't have a compost bin, which means all those scallion greens or tomato skins wind up going straight into the trash. What else can you really do with 'em?<p>What if I told you that there's actually a great use …