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Make The Perfect Roast Chicken with Lemon Yogurt & Salad

<i>The perfect roast chicken dinner can now be made even better with the zesty addition of lemon yogurt and salad. The traditional dish with a twist</i> …

World’s most colourful cities

From a monochromatic blue in Spain to a full palette of hues in Buenos Aires, these five towns are a shade above the rest.

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23 Beauty Buys For $5, $10, and $15 (Or Less!)

Even if you have just a little cash burning a hole in your pocket, it’s easy these days to brighten up your beauty routine with some new goodies. …

How to Get Hair So Glossy It Might Blind a Bitch

<b>Give your hair some TLC with more tips from from Gloss and Dirt!</b><p><i>Shannon Ray was the winner of the 2012 Allure Beauty Blogger Awards and is now contributing to the Daily Beauty Reporter. Find out the winner of the 2013 Beauty Blogger Awards here!</i><p>If this were last year, I totally would have called …

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Wear Sunscreen Like A Beauty Editor

You can buy all the wrinkle creams in the world, but if you're not wearing sunscreen, it's not going to matter. In fact, most dermatologists we talk …

How to wear summer shrugs – video

A summer shrug is when you wear a coat over your shoulders – and it's this summer's new trend. Jess Cartner-Morley explains why how you wear your clothes matters as much as what you wear, and talks us through a selection of coats that can be included in your summer wardrobe

How to Boil an Egg: It's Simple—and Complicated!

The ultimate guide to boiling an egg, whether you want it soft and runny or hard-cooked and ready to be deviled<p>It used to be so simple. How do you boil an egg? Easy. Place large eggs (older eggs will be easier to peel) in a medium heavy saucepan. Add water to cover by 1 1/2 inches. Bring to a boil; …

How You Get Rid of Ramp (or Garlic!) Breath

We've got a bad case of ramp breath—luckily our readers have some genius ideas for how to get rid of it.<p>When they're in season, we will always eat and love ramps. These babies are too delicious—and their season is too short—to ever pass up. But wild leeks pack a powerful punch (their taste is …

33 Fresh, Springy Salads with Seasonal Produce

Peas, radishes, artichokes, and whoever else showed up to spring.<p>With the amazing produce spring brings, one of the best ways to enjoy it is in a fresh salad. From snap peas to radishes to artichokes, here are some great ideas for tossing together these seasonal veggies.

The Kitchen Thinker: can you banish wrinkles with a brew?

Can you really eat yourself beautiful, and if so, which foods truly make a difference?<p>I once went to an event organised by the people who promote wild Alaskan salmon. One woman had been flown in from Anchorage to tell us what salmon could do for our looks. "The reason women in Alaska have such …

Five unusual spirits for your cocktail cupboard

Got gin, vodka and brandy aplenty? Take your cocktail creativity up to the next level with the addition of one of these less-common ingredients<p>Not so long ago, if you raided someone's drinks cabinet, it was a pretty sure bet what you'd find. Gin, for gin and tonics; whisky for nightcaps; a bottle …

Peace Out, Bloody Mary! There's a New Celery Cocktail in Town

Celery in a cocktail? Nope, this isn't a Bloody Mary! We're mixing in gin for something truly unique.<p>You know what we're craving? A nice, big glass of celery. WAIT! Where are you going? Was it something we said?<p>Okay. You know what; we get it. Celery doesn't sound like quite the best thing on a …

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Solved! How Ancient Egyptians Moved Massive Pyramid Stones

The ancient Egyptians who built the pyramids may have been able to move massive stone blocks across the desert by wetting the sand in front of a contraption built to pull the heavy objects, according to a new study.<p>Physicists at the University of Amsterdam investigated the forces needed to pull …