E.L.F. Cosmetics’ Chipotle Collection Gives New Meaning to ‘Guac Is Extra’

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The makeup line, which includes eyeshadow and an avocado-shaped makeup sponge, will be released March 9

You ever walk into a Chipotle, see the offerings, and think, “Gee, I really wish I could turn this into a look?” Well, now finally you can accent your eyes with sofritas, thanks to Chipotle’s collaboration with E.L.F. cosmetics.

The new makeup line includes a plumping “Make It Hot” lip gloss, a makeup sponge resemblant of an avocado, a makeup bag that looks like a bag of chips, and a 12-color eyeshadow palette with shades to match everything … Read more

7 Layer Salad

7 Layer Salad is super simple, customizable and amazingly delicious. This sensational traditional salad is a table topper as well as a scrumptious side dish.

Perfect for Holidays and Potlucks this layered salad will be a hit! It goes perfectly with Chicken, Salmon and Steak.

7 Layer salad with lettuce, peas and topped with bacon.

Seven Layer Salad

7 Layer Salad is a classic salad that I remember having growing up as a kid. I actually remember loving it. It was so pretty all layered in a trifle bowl. This classy yet simple salad is still a favorite, especially with a crowd.  It is fresh and full of flavor and tons of vegetables. Layering it in a trifle bowl allows the layers to be visible. It is visually stunning as well as delightful. You are going to love how this layered salad is so customizable and easy to throw together.

There is no magic necessarily in the number 7, it … Read more

‘The Truffle Hunters’ Will Pique Your Appetite and Push You to Dig a Little Deeper

Truffle hunters Aurelio and Birba | Sony

The bucolic documentary, out today, follows truffle hunters and their canine companions in Piedmont, Italy

A steep hillside mottled green and orange; the same woods, now barren, kissed by fresh snow; a bounty of fresh tomatoes splayed across a rustic table. These are just a few of the picturesque scenes from The Truffle Hunters, a quietly stunning documentary about elderly foragers looking for that prized white fungus. The film, out March 5, isn’t just a pretty sight — Italian travel porn sparking Old World–wanderlust — though it is certainly that, too. An ode to slow living, the movie captures a humble tradition, its observational style subtly exposing greater socio-political issues that surround a luxury business.

Do you know who picked your truffles? The heady white ones perfumed with an unmistakable scent? It’s not who you may have thought. Carrying on cultural tradition, … Read more

Easy Empty Tomb Rolls

Empty Tomb Rolls are the perfect treat for Easter. Whether you have them for breakfast, brunch or dessert, they will be a huge hit!

These rolls are amazing anytime, but we love them for Easter morning! For more sweet and savory breakfast ideas try these cinnamon rolls, donut holes or German pancake.

Empty tomb rolls in a basket, opened with gooey center.Resurrection Rolls

Empty Tomb Rolls are also known as Resurrection Rolls. These rolls are popular at Easter time because of their symbolism, and because they taste so delicious. The outside is covered in a buttery cinnamon and sugar coating and the inside has a ooey gooey caramel-like cinnamon and sugar syrup. They are perfect to make with the kids and while you dip and roll you can teach them the meaning of the symbols.

Whether or not you make them to celebrate Easter, you need to make these just because they are so fun. The kids will love … Read more

How to Build a Chinese-American Cookbook

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Writer Tienlon Ho talks about collaborating with chef Brandon Jew on their new cookbook, “Mister Jiu’s in Chinatown,” and the challenges of documenting this moment in time in Chinese-American food

In the two pages set aside for acknowledgments in Mister Jiu’s in Chinatown, the cookbook’s chef-author thanks Tienlon Ho “for writing this book with me, for qualifying our ideas and for pouring your heart into enriching these pages with Chinatown’s fascinating history.” His name — Brandon Jew — appears on the cover, as you’d expect. But Ho’s does too, which you might not. Jew is the headliner; it’s his restaurant, his story, his cookbook. But at least we know Ho had something to do with writing it. The ghostwriter, or the named writer whose contribution is never really spelled out or fully credited, might be the most exploited of all the talent in the … Read more