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23 Apr 19
Ta Marque

Made in America is perhaps the single most defining sentence which can truly uphold the value of the great American Dream. From movies (Made in America 1993) to festivals (Made in America 2013), somehow we all share this dream. So perhaps it will be unjustified to narrowly equate this made in USA slogan to the […]

18 Apr 19
Tidbits-Marci.com

White Chocolate Cheesecake with a fresh burst of tart lemon has me feelin’ all the happy spring time feels!  And guess what, this cheesecake has a magic trick included too!  Read on! For years I’ve always been in charge of bringing the dessert.  Since going sugar free, I’ve left the treat making up to others.  But […]

17 Apr 19
SysGalaxy Market Research

Global Cookware Products Market report is built up with detailed research, especially on queries that thresholds on platform valuation, perfection circumstances, core-edge  encroachments, action based situations, roadmaps and structure of Cookware Products Market. The Cookware Products research expertise have consolidated analysis recently on new advancements in growth, basic required portfolios of top Business players and astonishing […]

17 Apr 19
MORNIGH88FIGH MARYLAND

USER_BATTLETAG_FULL Download for Phones/Tablets: Game Client Downloads Blizzard Battle app. Application Installer English (US) Full Spectrum Warrior: Ten Hammers Download PC Game Cracked in Direct Link and Torrent. Full Spectrum Warrior: Ten Hammers is a based/real-time tactical combat game. Full Spectrum Warrior ( Game) Full Spectrum Warrior is a squad-based game in which the player […]

17 Apr 19
Its All Gluten Free

Happy Easter! What better way to celebrate than with a giant gluten free bunny cake!

15 Apr 19
Cheese Curd In Paradise

Breakfast never looked or tasted so good as my Blueberry Yogurt Pancakes. Fresh blueberries, and creamy vanilla yogurt make this a breakfast everyone will request over and over again. There is an amazing giveaway, sponsored by Eggland’s Best, GROSCHE International, Hamilton Beach, Nordic Ware, Rhodes Bread, Silpat, Stonyfield and Wewalka.  You can read more about these awesome sponsors HERE. Today is the final day of […]

15 Apr 19
Everyday Eileen

Ricotta Tomato Tart is such a delicious tart! The tart is filled with a fresh ricotta cream and topped with heirloom tomatoes! Make this for your Easter brunch fora savory treat!  Today’s recipe is a part of #EasterBrunchWeek and has been sponsored by Wewalka. As always, all opinions are my own! Thank you for supporting […]

14 Apr 19
TODAY NEWS

IF you are looking for a short trip filled with outdoor…

13 Apr 19
The Sun
IF you are looking for a short trip filled with outdoor activities, iconic architecture and endless foodie options, Reykjavik has all you are looking for. Here are some tips on how to make the most out this family-friendly European city in just two days. Nordic cool flows through the Icelandic capital Enjoy a giant bath The Blue Lagoon, which is basically an enormous outdoor bath, is one of Iceland’s biggest tourist attractions, thanks to the geothermal water’s health-giving properties (and a visit by the Kardashians). Bathe all day from £44 and apply the free face masks, but make sure you book in advance (Bluelagoon.com). The Blue Lagoon is one of Iceland’s biggest tourist attractions Much less fancy but minus the hordes of tourists is the Secret Lagoon (Secretlagoon.is). Entry costs £19, while children under 14 go free at these hot springs set in rolling countryside an hour’s drive from central Reykjavik. Take the plunge and you’ll emerge with a glow that lasts for days. Snack on shark The cinnamon buns, from £4.50, at bakery Brauð & Co have a cult following (Braudogco.is), whereas Iceland’s famous fermented shark is definitely a Marmite food. Try a free sample at Grandi Mathöll food market, but be prepared to grimace (Grandimatholl.is). For dinner it doesn’t get better than Resto, which serves national favourites such as fish soup with cognac, £13, and the expensive but totally worth it fillet of Icelandic lamb, £34 – tried once and never forgotten (Resto.is). You can’t miss one of the amazing cinnamon buns from bakery Brauð & Co Light up your life There’s no guarantee you’ll see the magical colours of the aurora borealis, AKA the Northern lights, dancing across the skies, as it depends on having a cloud-free night. From late-August to mid-April you can be in with a chance, but your best bet is from October to late-March. Check the forecast in advance then book on a tour to suit you at Local-iceland-tours.com. Travelling between October and late-March is the best bet to get a chance to see the Northern Lights Take me to church A spaceship built from giant concrete tubes best sums up the commanding Hallgrímskirkja church. It’s free to enter, and once you’ve explored inside and seen the enormous organ, take the lift to the top of the 73m bell tower, £4.50, for 360-degree views of the city. You’ll be able to look out over the colourful rooftops to the icy sea and Iceland’s snow-topped mountains beyond (Hallgrimskirkja.is). Hit happy hour Iceland can be expensive – think over a tenner for a small glass of pinot! Luckily, most bars have a happy hour, so plot your pub crawl accordingly. Stop by Veður (the Icelandic word for weather) between 12-7.35pm for £5 beer or wine, and stick around for cocktail hour, 7pm-9pm, when tipples cost £9.50 (Vedurbarinn.is). Afterwards, head to late-night option Kaffibarinn. Don’t be put off by its London Underground signage – this is not a depressing British-themed pub but a lovely old-fashioned boozer with wood-panelled walls, framed portraits of dogs and great music (Kaffibarinn.is). London calling at Kaffibarinn [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”363″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Style it out As capital cities go, Iceland’s is seriously chilled. Laugavegur, the main shopping drag, is quieter than most UK high streets. For vintage fashion hit Nostalgia, then visit Kiosk for wares by local designers (Kioskreykjavik.com). You can sleep centrally at the Scandi-chic Hotel Odinsve with double rooms starting from £117 per night The city’s helpful tourist office is also just off this road (Visitreykjavik.is). Sleep centrally at the Scandi-chic Hotel Odinsve, where a double room costs from £117 per night. You can even enjoy a complimentary breakfast in the beautiful plant-filled dining room (Hotelodinsve.is). [boxout headline=”BTW”]Easyjet.com flies to Reykjavik from London Luton from £65 return. Rent a car from £40 per day with Sadcars.com. The Reykjavik City Card, £22 for 48 hours, offers unlimited public transport, entry to many museums, as well as discounts (Citycard.is). [/boxout] [bc_video video_id=”6024211971001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”The Virgin Atlantic A350. Designed with love, built for the future”] See today’s best travel deals Get email alerts of the best deals straight to your inbox
13 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
IF you are looking for a short trip filled with outdoor activities, iconic architecture and endless foodie options, Reykjavik has all you are looking for. Here are some tips on how to make the most out this family-friendly European city in just two days. Nordic cool flows through the Icelandic capital Enjoy a giant bath The Blue Lagoon, which is basically an enormous outdoor bath, is one of Iceland’s biggest tourist attractions, thanks to the geothermal water’s health-giving properties (and a visit by the Kardashians). Bathe all day from £44 and apply the free face masks, but make sure you book in advance (Bluelagoon.com). The Blue Lagoon is one of Iceland’s biggest tourist attractions Much less fancy but minus the hordes of tourists is the Secret Lagoon (Secretlagoon.is). Entry costs £19, while children under 14 go free at these hot springs set in rolling countryside an hour’s drive from central Reykjavik. Take the plunge and you’ll emerge with a glow that lasts for days. Snack on shark The cinnamon buns, from £4.50, at bakery Brauð & Co have a cult following (Braudogco.is), whereas Iceland’s famous fermented shark is definitely a Marmite food. Try a free sample at Grandi Mathöll food market, but be prepared to grimace (Grandimatholl.is). For dinner it doesn’t get better than Resto, which serves national favourites such as fish soup with cognac, £13, and the expensive but totally worth it fillet of Icelandic lamb, £34 – tried once and never forgotten (Resto.is). You can’t miss one of the amazing cinnamon buns from bakery Brauð & Co Light up your life There’s no guarantee you’ll see the magical colours of the aurora borealis, AKA the Northern lights, dancing across the skies, as it depends on having a cloud-free night. From late-August to mid-April you can be in with a chance, but your best bet is from October to late-March. Check the forecast in advance then book on a tour to suit you at Local-iceland-tours.com. Travelling between October and late-March is the best bet to get a chance to see the Northern Lights Take me to church A spaceship built from giant concrete tubes best sums up the commanding Hallgrímskirkja church. It’s free to enter, and once you’ve explored inside and seen the enormous organ, take the lift to the top of the 73m bell tower, £4.50, for 360-degree views of the city. You’ll be able to look out over the colourful rooftops to the icy sea and Iceland’s snow-topped mountains beyond (Hallgrimskirkja.is). Hit happy hour Iceland can be expensive – think over a tenner for a small glass of pinot! Luckily, most bars have a happy hour, so plot your pub crawl accordingly. Stop by Veður (the Icelandic word for weather) between 12-7.35pm for £5 beer or wine, and stick around for cocktail hour, 7pm-9pm, when tipples cost £9.50 (Vedurbarinn.is). Afterwards, head to late-night option Kaffibarinn. Don’t be put off by its London Underground signage – this is not a depressing British-themed pub but a lovely old-fashioned boozer with wood-panelled walls, framed portraits of dogs and great music (Kaffibarinn.is). London calling at Kaffibarinn [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Style it out As capital cities go, Iceland’s is seriously chilled. Laugavegur, the main shopping drag, is quieter than most UK high streets. For vintage fashion hit Nostalgia, then visit Kiosk for wares by local designers (Kioskreykjavik.com). You can sleep centrally at the Scandi-chic Hotel Odinsve with double rooms starting from £117 per night The city’s helpful tourist office is also just off this road (Visitreykjavik.is). Sleep centrally at the Scandi-chic Hotel Odinsve, where a double room costs from £117 per night. You can even enjoy a complimentary breakfast in the beautiful plant-filled dining room (Hotelodinsve.is). [boxout headline=”BTW”]Easyjet.com flies to Reykjavik from London Luton from £65 return. Rent a car from £40 per day with Sadcars.com. The Reykjavik City Card, £22 for 48 hours, offers unlimited public transport, entry to many museums, as well as discounts (Citycard.is). [/boxout] [bc_video video_id=”6024211971001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”The Virgin Atlantic A350. Designed with love, built for the future”] See today’s best travel deals Get email alerts of the best deals straight to your inbox
13 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
IF you are looking for a short trip filled with outdoor activities, iconic architecture and endless foodie options, Reykjavik has all you are looking for. Here are some tips on how to make the most out this family-friendly European city in just two days. Nordic cool flows through the Icelandic capital Enjoy a giant bath The Blue Lagoon, which is basically an enormous outdoor bath, is one of Iceland’s biggest tourist attractions, thanks to the geothermal water’s health-giving properties (and a visit by the Kardashians). Bathe all day from £44 and apply the free face masks, but make sure you book in advance (Bluelagoon.com). The Blue Lagoon is one of Iceland’s biggest tourist attractions Much less fancy but minus the hordes of tourists is the Secret Lagoon (Secretlagoon.is). Entry costs £19, while children under 14 go free at these hot springs set in rolling countryside an hour’s drive from central Reykjavik. Take the plunge and you’ll emerge with a glow that lasts for days. Snack on shark The cinnamon buns, from £4.50, at bakery Brauð & Co have a cult following (Braudogco.is), whereas Iceland’s famous fermented shark is definitely a Marmite food. Try a free sample at Grandi Mathöll food market, but be prepared to grimace (Grandimatholl.is). For dinner it doesn’t get better than Resto, which serves national favourites such as fish soup with cognac, £13, and the expensive but totally worth it fillet of Icelandic lamb, £34 – tried once and never forgotten (Resto.is). You can’t miss one of the amazing cinnamon buns from bakery Brauð & Co Light up your life There’s no guarantee you’ll see the magical colours of the aurora borealis, AKA the Northern lights, dancing across the skies, as it depends on having a cloud-free night. From late-August to mid-April you can be in with a chance, but your best bet is from October to late-March. Check the forecast in advance then book on a tour to suit you at Local-iceland-tours.com. Travelling between October and late-March is the best bet to get a chance to see the Northern Lights Take me to church A spaceship built from giant concrete tubes best sums up the commanding Hallgrímskirkja church. It’s free to enter, and once you’ve explored inside and seen the enormous organ, take the lift to the top of the 73m bell tower, £4.50, for 360-degree views of the city. You’ll be able to look out over the colourful rooftops to the icy sea and Iceland’s snow-topped mountains beyond (Hallgrimskirkja.is). Hit happy hour Iceland can be expensive – think over a tenner for a small glass of pinot! Luckily, most bars have a happy hour, so plot your pub crawl accordingly. Stop by Veður (the Icelandic word for weather) between 12-7.35pm for £5 beer or wine, and stick around for cocktail hour, 7pm-9pm, when tipples cost £9.50 (Vedurbarinn.is). Afterwards, head to late-night option Kaffibarinn. Don’t be put off by its London Underground signage – this is not a depressing British-themed pub but a lovely old-fashioned boozer with wood-panelled walls, framed portraits of dogs and great music (Kaffibarinn.is). London calling at Kaffibarinn [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Style it out As capital cities go, Iceland’s is seriously chilled. Laugavegur, the main shopping drag, is quieter than most UK high streets. For vintage fashion hit Nostalgia, then visit Kiosk for wares by local designers (Kioskreykjavik.com). You can sleep centrally at the Scandi-chic Hotel Odinsve with double rooms starting from £117 per night The city’s helpful tourist office is also just off this road (Visitreykjavik.is). Sleep centrally at the Scandi-chic Hotel Odinsve, where a double room costs from £117 per night. You can even enjoy a complimentary breakfast in the beautiful plant-filled dining room (Hotelodinsve.is). [boxout headline=”BTW”]Easyjet.com flies to Reykjavik from London Luton from £65 return. Rent a car from £40 per day with Sadcars.com. The Reykjavik City Card, £22 for 48 hours, offers unlimited public transport, entry to many museums, as well as discounts (Citycard.is). [/boxout] [bc_video video_id=”6024211971001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”The Virgin Atlantic A350. Designed with love, built for the future”] See today’s best travel deals Get email alerts of the best deals straight to your inbox
13 Apr 19
If You Have Five Seconds to Spare

What do you do when life ceases to make sense? When your 65-year-old mom is diagnosed with a childhood cancer, so rare in adults that doctors can only guess at a correct chemotherapy dose? In Karen Babine’s case, you cook. You go to thrift stores and collect cast-iron Le Creusets—skillets and Dutch ovens, and you […]

13 Apr 19
Cheese Curd In Paradise

Everything Bagel Smoked Salmon Quiche is perfect for brunch. Creamy eggs studded with cream cheese and smoked salmon. Everything bagel seasoning makes this a dish everyone will love. There is an amazing giveaway, sponsored by Eggland’s Best, GROSCHE International, Hamilton Beach, Nordic Ware, Rhodes Bread, Silpat, Stonyfield and Wewalka.  You can read more about these awesome sponsors HERE. Today I am sharing one of my […]

13 Apr 19
Everyday Eileen

Blueberry Scones are a treat to enjoy anytime! They are perfect for Easter Brunch and Mother’s Day! These scones have a nice crunchy exterior and a light and fluffy inside! Pour a cup of tea, get out some marmalade and make yourself some scones! These blueberry scones got the Granny Annie stamp of approval so […]