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Trending on Remodelista: Everything in Its Place

Our friends at Remodelista embraced an organized life this week, celebrating the back-to-school season by finding compact desks for tiny work spaces, …


Foreign Concept & DRS - Falling Stars (Hyroglifics Remix)

10 Healthy Breakfast Recipes For More Energetic Mornings

Breakfast, the most important meal of the day (no, really it is) is often the most neglected… and we kind of get that. Sacrificing cereal and milk for an extra 15 minutes of sleep seems like a wise decision when the alarm goes off, but that’s only because you’ve been eating Boresville bran flakes. …

10 islands to see before you die

So you think you've seen the world? Well, each of these jaw-dropping islands offers something that you absolutely will not find anywhere else, from …

Take a #snokeling #safari in the Maldives and relax to this view:

Dr. Oz's Brilliant Anti-Inflammatory Food Swaps

Making a few simple tweaks to your diet can help you feel better—and look better, too.<p>Sweeten with Cinnamon Instead of Sugar


Father's Day Feasting: Impress Dad with this Garlicky Potato Salad Recipe

Time to up your spud game. And California's star chef Michael Chiarello has the easy-to-make recipe to impress dad right down to the garlicky …

5 Clever, Easy Twists on Caprese Salad

We're reinventing the classic caprese salad with 4 new innovations, from cantaloupe and scamorza to burrata and peach<p><b>Done right, the caprese salad's timeless combination</b> of tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, and basil is more than the sum of its parts. That's why every component counts: You must seek out …


Mussel, ginger and lemongrass gratin

French chef Daniel Galmiche shares his recipe for a vibrant gratin of mussels and lemongrass<p>“Moules marinière is the classic way to cook mussels, and I do love it, but I’ve often thought it needed something new.” So says Daniel Galmiche, the brilliant French chef behind The Vineyard at Stockcross, …