Sweet, spreadable roasted garlic is an incredibly versatile ingredient—you can use it on bread, stir it into mashed potatoes, turn it into dip, or add it to soups and casseroles. Because it’s milder than fresh garlic, it adds loads of flavor without being overpowering. It’s easy to roast it yourself at home. Here’s how: 1. First, cut off and discard […]
To make a diamond ring shine without visiting a jeweler or breaking the bank, try this thrifty, unexpected solution. Celebrity stylist Kimmy Erin, who’s “dubious of harsh chemicals,” rubs toothpaste onto her ring, and then gently scrubs it off in a circular motion with a hand towel and a little bit of water, effectively wiping away the dirt from the […]
Hate when your vibrant jeans start to fade in the wash? Try this smart DIY tip: Just add salt! While it’s wise to follow the care instructions for fabrics, Catherine Ryu, creative director of jean outfitter Citizens of Humanity, recommends, “If you want to go a step further with dark indigo, black, and colored jeans, add two tablespoons of salt to your […]
Toner isn’t for everyone, but if you have extremely oily skin, you’re probably reliant on the miracle worker—and adding a squeeze of lemon juice when you apply it will kick your skincare up a notch. Jasmina Aganovic, an MIT-trained chemist and the CEO of Bona Clara, an all natural skincare and wellness company based in Boston, says that the enzyme-packed […]
The annual rush for back-to-school clothes has ended, so retailers cut prices on excess inventory, which includes a lot of denim.
[Photo by Chris and Kristen Photography on Inspired By This] Hosting a bridal shower for your favorite bride-to-be? Plan to have some special treats (the more delicious, the better!) for your guests to munch on during gift opening. These sweet treats are easy to make (make sure to have a heart-shaped cookie cutter on hand) and are sure to be a […]
When you’re making dozens of tasty treats, it’s tempting to reuse baking sheets while they’re still hot from the oven. Stop right there! Raw dough on a warm pan produces unevenly baked cookies that are thin and overly browned around the edges.