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19 October, 2017

Why Martha Stewart and Bobby Flay are Crafting Colorful Candy Mosaics

Why Martha Stewart and Bobby Flay are Crafting Colorful Candy Mosaics
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Dylan’s Candy Bar, the kaleidoscope-colored candy emporium, turns sixteen this year. To celebrate, they’re throwing themselves a Sweet 16 and inviting a varied group of celebrities to design candy-covered mosaics. The results are delightful—and seem delicious. Stars like Martha Stewart, Bobby Flay, Gayle King, and Julianne Moore are just some of the twenty plus participants
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18 October, 2017

Cut-Out Cookie Season Is Here. So Is This No-Mess Technique.

Cut-Out Cookie Season Is Here. So Is This No-Mess Technique.
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Everyone loves cut-out cookies for the holidays. What’s cuter on the cookie tray—and so much fun to decorate—than shapely sugar cookies? Think frosted ghosts and goblins and turkeys decked out in colorful candy starting October. Angels, stars, and dreidels are just around the corner. But face it, producing dozens of decoration-ready cookie shapes and characters
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18 October, 2017

Are You Making This Top Tracker Mistake? Here’s How to Stop

Are You Making This Top Tracker Mistake? Here’s How to Stop
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How many times have you arrived somewhere, looked down at your wrist to check your steps and realized you accidentally left your Fitbit device at home? It’s something Fitbit firmware engineer, Andre Bertomeu, has seen happen to his family members. “I noticed they’ll forget about their device when charging it or if it dies before
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17 October, 2017

The Beautiful Japanese Wood-Charring Technique You’ll Be Seeing More of

The Beautiful Japanese Wood-Charring Technique You’ll Be Seeing More of
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Have you heard of shou sugi ban (aka yakisugi)? If not, you may already recognize it by sight. It’s a traditional Japanese technique of preserving wood (often cedar) by charring—yes, burning!—it, then scraping it down and treating it with oil to render it fireproof (ironic?) and rot- and moisture-resistant. It creates a gorgeous, dramatic look,
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