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Hot Outta The Oven: Cumin-Roasted Cauliflower Pasta On A Recessionista’s Budget

Hot foodie Teri Tsang Barrett knows her way around a kitchen—a graduate of the Institute of Culinary Education, she works as a Food Editor at Everyday With Rachael Ray in constant search of the perfect thin crust pizza. Here she unveils her favorite frisky recipes—good food that every ravenous gal can make in a pinch. Got a rumble in your belly for something you want her to cook up a recipe for? Email us at tips@thefrisky.com.

In preparation for the financial apocalypse, I was challenged by Amelia to come up with five recipes for Frisky readers eatin’ on the cheap. Check out the full grocery list for all the recipes here. I tried to stick with an “under $10” budget* for each recipe, so set aside $50 and let me know if I was wrong. After the jump, the second recipe I’ve concocted…

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Crave: House Of Harlow Collection

We’re hotly anticipating the release of Nicole Richie’s jewelry line, “House of Harlow 1960”, named for daughter Harlow as well as her love for the 1960s style. From what we’ve seen previewed, everything, from the chunky bangles to the drapey necklaces, is covetable. [Available in November at ShopKitson.com] Keep reading »

Fashion Trends That Should Burn!

Yesterday, I saw something on the streets of New York that scared the crap out of me. It was a perfectly cute lady wearing open-toed, high-heel shoe boots with socks. Everyone knows socks with sandals is a faux pas, so why was this girl strutting around downtown have the nerve to stick her wooly, faded, athletic socks under the trendy style shoe? Five other so-called “in” style items I’d like to see OUT by next season, after the jump…

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Getting Spooky With Style

Halloween’s just around the corner, and you’re wondering how to make your wardrobe All Hallow’s Eve appropriate — without dressing up like the Corpse Bride, Amy Winehouse, or Sarah Palin. After the jump, Halloween style ideas for fashionistas with a ghoulish side. Keep reading »

Halloween Costumes: True Blood Or Madonna & A-Rod On The Cheap!

Halloween is approaching fast, and if you haven’t picked out a costume yet, you’d better get cracking. To help, we’ve put together two more popular couples costumes. What better way for you and your guy to show your undying devotion to each other than to be Sookie Stackhouse and Bill Compton from “True Blood”? Or the two of you can go as the world’s most popular not-a-couple couple, Madonna and A-rod. If you act fast, you can get rush delivery on some of these items. Other items can be found in a thrift store, your closet or a friend’s closet, so you don’t have to spend a lot of money. Keep reading »

Crave: SIGG Water Bottles

We know drinking water is the key to a gorgeous complexion (our mother drinks a boatload and has skin of someone half her age), but water just doesn’t turn us on like, say, a bottle of champagne does. To increase our (water) drinking pleasure, we love these beautifully designed SIGG bottles — they make hydrating on the go a stylish affair. And if you happen to fill yours with a little bubbly sometime, we won’t tell! [$21-$25, My SIGG] Keep reading »

From Ab Flab to Ab Fab For $69

I remember watching Britney Spears on “Ellen” a few years ago while she was still known more for her sculpted abs than her train wreck life. When Ellen asked Brit-Brit how she maintained her six-pack, she boasted that she did around 500 crunches a day. Now that she spends most of her time, I don’t know, going to custody hearings and possibly making sex tapes, she might be interested in this new $69 ab kit that includes everything one needs — shadows, sprays, highlighters, primers and contour brushes — to create the appearance of tight abs without all those hours spent crunching. And for the rest of us who don’t work out but still want everyone to envy our bodies, the ab kit’s out just in time for Sluttoween! [NYMag.com] Keep reading »

Hot Outta The Oven: Soy-Glazed Chicken On A Recessionista’s Budget

Hot foodie Teri Tsang Barrett knows her way around a kitchen—a graduate of the Institute of Culinary Education, she works as a Food Editor at Everyday With Rachael Ray in constant search of the perfect thin crust pizza. Here she unveils her favorite frisky recipes—good food that every ravenous gal can make in a pinch. Got a rumble in your belly for something you want her to cook up a recipe for? Email us at tips@thefrisky.com.

A good friend of mine who works in finance told me that every time she’s gone on vacation (or “holiday”, as she so elegantly refers to it as she now lives in the U.K.), a bank or major financial institution has collapsed. She’s about to go on vacation again, so in preparation for the financial apocalypse, I was challenged by Amelia to come up with five recipes for Frisky readers eatin’ on the cheap. Check out the full grocery list for all the recipes here. I tried to stick with an “under $10” budget* for each recipe, so set aside $50 and let me know if I was wrong. After the jump, the first recipe I’ve concocted… Keep reading »

Fashion Nightmare: Croc Winter Boots

I am a staunch defender of Uggs — during frigid winter temperatures, when I have to run my dog out at midnight for a walk, nothing is better than those squishy, fur-lined boots. And I even saw them in a cool grey color this weekend! But, my mind, there is no greater fashion mistake than a pair of Crocs…well, until now. Behold, Croc winter boots! I’d sooner walk barefoot over molten lava. [SportsAuthority.com] Keep reading »

Slideshow: Laptop Bags

These days, my laptop is my boyfriend. We eat meals, watch movies, and spend lots of time in bed together. I’ve even taken to sleeping next to him so that when I wake up after a bad dream, he’s there to comfort me with funny YouTube clips and pictures of pretty shoes. It’s probably time to return the favor and pay Lappy some respect, so check out these hot cases, bags, and sleeves to make your ‘puter dapper, after the jump…

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