Hooray! It’s time to Get Bitchin’ In The Kitchen, which means I’ll be sharing a new Random Single Gal Recipe every day for the next two weeks. The only thing that makes these recipes perfect for single gals is that you should feel free to make it for yourself and only yourself, if you so choose. After all, as a single gal myself, that’s how I cook. Today, I am sharing rmy absolute favorite chicken recipe, as well as a recipe for a simple and fresh green bean salad.
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It’s officially cold out now, and we’re yearning for cozy clothes. One thing our closets are sorely lacking right now is long-sleeve dresses. Worn with tights and a sweater, these dresses will keep you looking stylish and warm.
I don’t spend a lot of time lusting after fashions I can’t afford; it’s counter-productive. But ever since I peeped the Donata over-the-knee boot at the Ugg Australia showroom, I can’t get them out of my head. These boots have a sleek leg-lengthening, thigh-high style complete with bomber jacket-esque stitching. But more importantly, the Donata is also warm and cold weather-appropriate because it is lined in Italian shearling and features a rubber outsole. With these boots I wouldn’t have to sacrifice style for function or vice versa … but I would be broke. At $1,095, the Donata is sadly way out of my budget, but I will continue to lust after them from afar.
Yesterday, I posted a slideshow of 35 Frisky readers dressed up for Halloween (check those out after the jump) — but even more showed up in my inbox and on our Facebook page since. So, here are 10 more than were just too good not to post. First up … Little Lucille Ball! Keep reading »
Lady chefs and home goddesses alike, take note: your kitchen presence isn’t destined to be bland in white cotton. Style is putting a new spin on the antiquated apron, so you can bring something fresh to the table without risking the destruction of a cherished top. I’m not exactly what you would call “domestic,” but after researching these cute apron possibilities you might just see me reaching for a spatula!
We’ve never looked up on giant retailer Forever 21 as a bastion of good taste. Cheap, mass-produced products and quick-turnaround trends, sure. But still, even we were shocked to learn that the teen shopping staple is now selling stereotype-ridden “Native American Girl” and “Oriental Girl” necklaces. What’s worse, the company hass actually named the latter, featuring a smiling Asian face in stereotypical Asian garb, “The Oriental Girl Necklace.”
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