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Renovate Your Dessert Recipe: Three’s The Charm

When I renovate a dessert recipe, I take a regular recipe for something I want to make and then I do three things first, before I make any other changes. 1. I cut the fat in half 2. I change…

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  • 4 Ways To Make Your Home Look and Feel Bigger

    For as long as I’ve lived in New York, I know that living in the city often means having to sacrifice square footage. ...

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  • I Suck At Relationships: Don’t Let Cracks Become Craters

    It’s ironic that we obsess about and try so hard to get and keep the perfect relationship, and yet we are the very one...

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  • Get Better Hair, Faster

    Your hair is an important part of your identity, so treat it well and don’t wash it too often. Your own natural hair o...

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    Recipe Renovation: Something’s Got to Give

    Whenever I renovate a recipe, my main goal is to make comfort food a better investment without sacrificing taste. Sometimes it works and sometimes my attempts are dismal failures, but I keep trying different approaches. What I’ve realized after years…

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  • 3 Design Tips For Making Your Home Look Luxurious At Any Budget

    I don’t think a home has to be expensive to be beautiful. Making your home look and feel luxurious isn’t as hard as ...

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  • Talking Relationship Rules On Good Day Atlanta

    In my new book, I Suck At Relationships So You Don’t Have To, I talk about 10 rules for not screwing up your happily e...

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  • A Place of Yes: Find Your Truth

    Who are you, and what do you want? It’s not an interrogation. It’s a call to introspection. How often have you locke...

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    Let’s Talk About Bread

    What’s a sandwich without bread? Your choice of bread can make or break your sandwich. Choose carefully, because some breads are such a racket, masquerading as real food. They say “wheat” on the package, but they are really just beige-colored…

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  • Need Better Time Management? Prioritize

    Time management doesn’t matter much if you don’t spend your time doing what’s most important to you. This requires...

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  • 3 Spots to Find Affordable Furniture

    I’m so excited to have my friend and college roommate Amy Kalikow write a guest blog for my site. She is the owner...

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  • Choose Your Friends Wisely

    Nothing wastes time and energy like high-maintenance people. I try to have as few of them in my life as possible. High-m...

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  • Food

    National Vegetarian Month: Sweet & Savory Vegetable Tower

    I don’t consider myself to be vegetarian, but I do enjoy eating vegetarian dishes because most of the time, they are a lot healthier than traditional dishes. Since October is National Vegetarian Month, I’ll be sharing a new recipe or…

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  • Molten Chocolate Cupcakes

    You want the crazy-fattening dessert because you’re PMSing and craving chocolate; we’ve all been there. These Mo...

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  • Blueberry Muffins

    This muffin recipe is great. You can substitute other fresh fruit for the blueberries. Ingredients – 1¼ cups oat ...

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  • Spiced Pumpkin Pancakes

    These pancakes are for the kind of morning where you can spend a few extra moments indulging. Plus they’ve have fi...

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    National Vegetarian Month: Sweet Tomato Soup

    I don’t consider myself to be vegetarian, but I do enjoy eating vegetarian dishes because most of the time, they are a lot healthier than traditional dishes. Since October is National Vegetarian Month, I’ll be sharing a new recipe or tip each…

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  • Don’t Get Stuck in a Salad Rut

    I consider salad not only a delicious way to eat vegetables full of fiber and nutrients, but a tool for being naturally ...

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  • Pear and Ginger Crisp Recipe

    This is my twist on traditional apple crisp. I love the ginger aspect of this recipe because it’s one of those ingredi...

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  • Baked Pumpkin Pasta

    If you’re like me, pasta can get very boring, very quickly. Sometimes you need to switch things up in the kitchen. Tra...

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  • Food

    National Vegetarian Month: How to Make Your Fave Recipes Vegetarian-Friendly

    I don’t consider myself to be vegetarian, but I do enjoy eating vegetarian dishes because most of the time, they are a lot healthier than traditional dishes. Since October is National Vegetarian Month, I’ll be sharing a new recipe or tip each…

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  • Bethenny’s Healthier Cobb Salad

    A Cobb salad is the best way to use up leftovers. If you love the Cobb salad taste and you want to lighten it up, try th...

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  • Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Skinnygirl Wine + Chocolate Pairings

    You don’t need an excuse to drink wine, but Valentine’s Day is as good a reason as any. The only thing better t...

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  • Alison Riede’s Chocolate Pinot Noir Cupcake Recipe

    Ever since my ‘BethennyBakes’ days, cupcakes have always kind of been my thing. So when I heard about Alison Riede...

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