Gizelle Simons

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Thick, Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

Shares 4K<p><i>Update: This is my favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe. It’s also a favorite of one of my readers. He’s a local foodie and often shares</i> …

How to Make Caffe Mocha

Introduction: How to Make Caffe Mocha<p><i>Previously known as:</i><br>How to make Chocolate Frappuccino Mocha Latte<p>For those of you who are poor like me, or …

The DJI Inspire 1: finally, a drone that flies well indoors

Advertisement<p>6 Comments<p>Credit: Signe Brewster<p>A drone carrying mistletoe at a TGI Friday’s clipped a photographer on the nose earlier this month, …

Featured Collection: Work Lunch

<i>Today: We're upping the stakes on our brown bag lunches, thanks to this collection by ariel a.</i><p>You've been making some beautiful collections, and we want to share them with the world! As a reminder: Twice a month, we'll pick a collection -- full of products, articles, and recipes -- that inspires …

How to Be a Weekday Warrior

<i>Over at Provisions, we're all about collections of beautiful, useful products to help make the most of good food -- and we don't want you to miss out on the fun.</i><p><i>Today: Monday, we're ready for you. And Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday too.</i><p>Early September is a tricky time in the kitchen. You …

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FYI: Why Do We Hate The Sound Of Nails On A Chalkboard?

Screeeeeeeech!<p>Most people associate this cringe-worthy noise with words like "piercing" and "shrilling." But it isn't actually the sound's high-pitched tones that give us goose bumps. During a study that dates back to 1986 (the days when they actually used chalkboards), scientists at Northwestern …