This year on New Year’s day, I’m going to call my mom and my closest friends to exchange New Year’s greetings, give oranges and red envelopes to my friends’ kids and have a tiny but extravagant banquet with my friends in town.
Warning: There will be crumbs.
You’ve never seen so many heart shaped foods in your whole entire life.
WARNING: There’s a f*ckton of hearts in here.
You know it’s only a matter of time until we get a storm that’s, you know, as big a deal as predicted (sorry not sorry Juno). Here are three ways to dress up those stretchy pairs of gloves you can find at Target for $1.
Whether sauced, fried, floating in soup, mixed with vegetables and proteins or delightfully minimalist, they’re never unwelcome.
C’mon step it up from the predictable chips and dip!
We convinced her to share her top secret tips for cooking perfect scrambled eggs!
Want to learn some home repair skills from YouTube handywomen? Yeah you do. Let’s watch together!
“Optional: grab a chive and tie it around its tiny penguin neck like a wee scarf.”
Also good for people with cold sores, upset stomachs, or an interest in what I ate last year.
This project mixes a science, art, and a whole lot of oil to make twelve bubbly bars of soap.
Reject the sodanormative standards that society tries to force upon you!
It’s kind of like a “best of” for food mashups from around the world.
These classic luggage tags are made from hand-stitched and stamped leather and will set your bags apart when you’re looking for them on the baggage carousel.
Because not all leftovers are created equal.
I pinkie-swear you won’t find a single turducken on this list.
Got boatloads of lemons? Turn them into boatloads of respect.
Perfect for hosting your New Year’s Eve bash for your friends who have all declared they’re going to go gluten-free, vegan AND paleo in 2015.
If it requires a stove, oven or toaster, you won’t find it here.