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Flying Private Doesn't Have to Break the Bank | Inc.com

Airfare seems to be getting more and more expensive, and airlines aren't exactly upping their amenities game in order to make up for it. As a beleaguered frequent business traveler, you do have some hope, though. One option is a new crop of travel clubs like Surf Air that are trying to replace the …

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Advantages of Eating Paleo Diet Foods

A lot of people have realized the importance of eating right. As such, there are countless diet plans available in the market today. One highly …

7 Things I Learned on an Elimination Diet (and How They Still Keep Me Healthy Every Day)

Honestly, I'm totally averse to "diets."<p>I've never put myself on one because I think they often set people up to "fail" because they are not sustainable in the long-term. It's this really sad, vicious cycle of trying to find the next easy way to "get skinny" that ends up making people feel really …

7 Scientifically-Backed Ways to Boost Your Metabolism

“Unfortunately, there’s no spigot you can turn on to flush excess calories out of your fat stores” and speed up your metabolism, says Gabriele …

How much salt, fat and carbs a day are OK? 7 things you didn't know

Salt, fat and carbs: They're the most popular ingredients in our food supply. The human body requires all three for good health, yet there are so many misconceptions about them.<p>Making some small changes in your food choices can often make a big impact on your health. It's easy when you know the …

How To Go On a Thai Cleanse

If you’re still feeling a little sluggish after the holiday season, consider trying Saipin Chutima’s Thai cleanse.<p>If you’re still feeling a little …

Clean-Eating Recipes That Will Get You Through January

The word <i>detox</i> tends to bring to mind scary-intense juice cleanses or a gluten-dairy-meat-grain-sugar-caffeine-free diet that will make you run away …

Healthy Eating

If You're Toasting To Health, Reach For Beer, Not (Sparkling) Wine

What's the healthiest libation for ringing in the New Year?<p>Beer, says Charlie Bamforth, a professor of brewing sciences at the University of California, Davis. Though it's been blamed for many a paunch, it's more nutritious than most other alcoholic drinks, Bamforth says.<p>"There's a reason people …

Top 15 International Destinations for 2015

Every New Year's resolution involves three key ingredients -- the commitment to better one's self, the passion to try something new, and the inevitable promise to venture beyond one's comfort zone -- and no one act accomplishes those goals more than international travel.<p>With 2015 on the horizon, …

Easy Chocolate Rum Balls You Can Make Right Now!

Chocolate rum balls are super easy to make and a deliciously welcome addition to any cookie tray or holiday dessert table this year. And bonus - they're no bake!<p>I have been so busy this month! I had all these plans for recipes all month long and the past couple weeks have been way too busy with …

This Tastes Just Like Christmas... in a Cup

I recently met someone who doesn't like cinnamon. It's almost as alien as "I don't like coriander" (although I have a cousin who oddly doesn't like coriander). I would say who doesn't like coriander, but cinnamon tops it. The intoxicating aroma when biscuits or puddings with cinnamon are being …

Pierogies with bacon, arugula, and Parmesan from the Rodale company cafeteria.

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What to Do with an Overload of Sweet Potatoes

<i>Winter has arrived in full force, but that doens't mean your meals have to be one-dimensional. Alexandra Stafford of Alexandra Cooks shows us how to use the contents of our CSA to make comforting meals that still excite on the table.</i><p><i>Today: A cure for sweet potato ennui in the form of an elegant</i> …

The 12 Best Food Blog Recipes of 2014

<i>We've gathered (some of) our favorite recipes from the world of food blogs in 2014. Which would you add to our list?</i><p>2014 was a great year for food blogs. We saw so many innovative, beautiful, and -- most importantly -- delicious recipes over the last 12 months. From gummy bear sangria and …

The 14 Nerdiest Things We Learned About Food This Year

<i>Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun.</i><p><i>Today: The food facts, science, and tricks we geeked out on this year.</i><p>In 2013 I came to terms with the fact that I am a food nerd. It happened in a classroom …

Beyond Paleo: Is Eating Like a Viking the Next It Diet?

<i>Europe is heeding the call of the Norse: A diet rich in berries, fish, nuts, and game is charting a course to boosting health and losing pounds. Kate Christensen reports on the New Nordic phenomenon.</i><p>My father’s grandparents came from Norway and settled in the Scandinavian bastion of Minnesota. As a …

Holistic Medicine

The Easy 4-Day Detox: Grooming & Health

World Cup<p>The least red-white-and-blue (if you don’t count Russia!) major sporting event in our time will be the most chaotic, entertaining, and …

Red Carpet

The New Healthy 2015: Good-for-You Recipes

We're not joking—these good-for-you options are also crazy-tasty.<p><b>For as long as we can remember, the words "healthy" and "restaurant"</b> have conjured eye-roll-inducing images of health food spots serving fake meat and hippie vibes. All that's changed. Forget deprivation; these restaurant recipes are …

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Our Favorite Recipes From Each of Our 2014 Issues

All of our recipes are wonderful, but these are a little extra wonderful<p><b>We love all the recipes</b> that appear in <i>Bon Appétit</i>. But there are some recipes that we routinely circle back to, both as weeknight favorites and dinner party showstoppers. So we combed through all 12 issues published this year …

13 Food World Predictions for 2015 From Andrew Knowlton

What will we be eating, drinking, and carrying on about in 2015? Restaurant and drinks editor Andrew Knowlton consults his crystal ball<p></head>What will we be eating, drinking, and carrying on about over the next 365 days? Restaurant and drinks editor Andrew Knowlton consults his crystal (high) ball:<p>…

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50 New Year's Eve Dinner Recipes to End the Year Right

Finish this year off with a bang—aka, an elaborate main dish.<p><b>For New Year's Eve, eat and drink what you want</b>. You've got the whole following year to make it up. Here are the crowd-pleasing recipes we want to be cooking, eating, and drinking to bring in the year that's going to be better than the …

5 of the Most Bizarre Alcoholic Drinks in the World

There's no denying humankind's passion for alcohol. Residue discovered in ancient pottery suggests that people were fermenting beverages as early as 10,000 B.C. It's not hard to imagine how one of our ancestors may have discovered the intoxicating effects of a decomposed batch of grapes left in a …

The Difference Between Champagne And Sparkling Wine, Explained

There's one thing many of us know about Champagne, and it's that we like it. There's something about the bubbles, elegant glasses, and its pale amber color that makes the world feel festive and celebratory. But, that's where most of our knowledge stops.<p>With New Year's Eve right around the corner -- …

The Best Recipes That Came From Food Bloggers In 2014

If there's one thing the world doesn't need more of, it's food bloggers. The Internet is packed -- stuffed and basically bursting at the seams -- with thousands upon thousands of food blogs. After a while, they all sort of look the same and if you spend too much time browsing, you run the risk of …

The Past, Neat or On The Rocks: Glenfiddich Recreates a Seminal Single Malt

We're living in a golden age for liquor -- let's just get that out of the way first. There's more quality booze being made by more people in more places around the world than ever before in the history of the human liver. So don't think I'm some dewy-eyed romantic who yearns for days gone by that …