Bored of bananas? Apples giving you apathy? Over oranges? If you're trying to expand your fruit horizons, traveling the world, or just searching for a cool-looking edible centerpiece, look for one of these weird fruits in your local grocery store (though you might have a hard time finding them in America).
Spoiler alert: You're spending WAYYYY too much at Starbucks. It's seriously so simple to make your favorite coffee drinks at home--and who wouldn't want to have a little extra cash for pretty shoes and weekend getaways? Read on to find your new favorite DIY coffee concoction.
I live to eat. I love food of all kinds, from tofu burritos to pepperoni pizza, sake nigiri to saucy pasta, leafy green salads to mustard-covered hot dogs. This dietary variety--the balance between the healthful, low-calorie options and the more indulgent choices--keeps me from growing out of my jeans. In order to keep this balance you need to learn when to cut calories and when to splurge.
There's a time and place for getting wasted with your girlfriends. Your bridal shower isn't one of them. But that doesn't mean you can't incorporate some of your favorite drinks into the menu. Check out these 21 alcohol-friendly ideas to inspire you.
I don't know who's in their Rolodex, but goats are getting great PR lately. Once overshadowed by their bovine brethren, goats and their almighty utters are now stealing the spotlight and changing the face of dairy. And cheese is only the beginning; from goat-milk lotions to ice cream to shampoo for your dog--there's a goat-milk product for everyone. Check out what this bearded barnyard superstar has to offer and learn why we've gone gaga for goats.
Around last call at the bars is when the talk starts. Someone mentions that 24-hour diner down the street and before you know it, you're halfway through a plate of french fries, hoping the carb overload will soak up some of the drunk. I'm not sure what propels us toward high-calorie food after a night of high-calorie beverages, but I do know that most of us tend to base our late-night eats on the same three factors--convenience, cheapness, and the greasier, the better. In the light of day, these choices might make us feel bad about ourselves (and worried about our cholesterol levels), but when the drunken munchies hit, all bets are off.