We’re living the same kitchen realities you are, especially the challenges of finding flour, butter, yeast and eggs. But what if you still want to brighten your extended time at home with some sweet treats?
With the coronavirus lockdown shutting schools, children are spending the majority of the day cooped up indoors. Often, parents will be working alongside, scratching their heads for ideas to keep the entertained.
You may not be lucky enough to live surrounded by palm trees, but thanks to popular tropical fruits like açaí and dragon fruit (and whoever made smoothie bowls a thing), you can darn sure pretend. Okay,
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Glossy, enticingly golden, amber or deep-brown, caramel can pull a dish in different directions. When cooked blonde, expect buttery sweetness; a little more time over the heat brings out a nuanced nuttiness;
When weather zigzags between frigid winds and rainy, semi-cold humidity, few things are better than tucking into a baked good and a cup of something hot. If you’ve not given scones a go, it’s time! Though
It's not there just for the sake of looking cool. At my next haircut, I had my stylist shave about half of an inch of hair at the very base of my neck. It barely qualified as an undercut, but it did successfully
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