Just like the Royal Family, a cup of tea, and crumpets, there's no denying that a good cake is an indelible slice of British culture. From afternoon tea to The Great British Bake Off, our obsessions suggest
Using all recyclable materials A home isn’t built in a day, but in this case, it is in a month. Architecture firm Studio Arthur Casas worked with the engineering and construction company SysHaus to design
When planning a dinner party, we often think, what would Ina do (WWID)? The consummate hostess, Ina Garten makes entertaining look easy, and her recipes have yet to fail us. We've rounded up 18 of her
By Ana Homayoun Bo Burnham’s movie “Eighth Grade” brilliantly captures the challenges facing tweens and teens. Kids at that age are experiencing a complicated and often awkward time of self-discovery growth.
Maybe it's hot out, maybe you're just feeling lazy; whatever the reason, sometimes you just want to skip using the oven or stove for dinner. You might need something a little lighter, more refreshing,
Who knew a pie could be beachy? Chef Bill Smith’s Atlantic Beach Pie—a magical layering of crumbly crust, lemon custard filling, and frothy whipped cream—achieves this wonderful feat. The crust, made saltine
It's so much more than just toasted bread. I love a good piece of toasty bread with butter, but when you put a topping like mushrooms, beans, or yes, avocado on it, it becomes an easy, inexpensive, yet