Stephanie Izard: New Food Line
Stephanie Izard, author, Top Chef winner and owner of Girl and the Goat restaurant unveils a new line of spices and sauces for home cooks.of six sauces and spices called The Flavor. Stephanie is an author, Top Chef winner, and owner of Girl and the Goat restaurant in Chicago. Stephanie wanted to add a little restaurant quality punch to home cooking. The line includes a saute that's an easy way to spice up vegetables, like brussel sprouts . The line also includes several rubs, a soy based marinade and a kimchi sauce. You can buy them online at girlandgoat.com.
Kitchen and Bath Industry Show Trend: Texture
See how texture covered everything at the KBIS show in Vegas and how to incorporate the trend into your home.a subtle texture. Also, back splash tile, cabinet fronts, and even quartz counter tops hopped on the textural trend. Test this trend in smaller doses with cabinet hardware or with an interesting sink. In baths, we
Kitchen and Bath Industry Show Trend: Innovation
Check out some of the newest innovations in kitchen and bath, and how they can make your life better.
Hilary Rushford's Style Tips
Stylist Hilary Rushford of Dean Street Society shares tips on how to look your best. Plus, learn what fashion rules she always breaks.dress but if I get myself a great messy top knot and red lipstick , I can really dress this up." I love breaking fashion rules like brown and black or blacken maybe or double denim, things
Kelly Senyei on Food
Food blogger Kelly Senyei of Just a Taste chats with us about the ingredients she always has on hand, plus food trends and more.whole another level. The three ingredients I always have on hand are parmesan cheese , I put cheese on everything, dark chocolate , chocolate is one of my favorite foods and then the third one is actually Hoisin sauce and it's a great base for
Trend Spotting with BHG: Sea Salt
Sea salt is the hottest salt on the scene. Find out how to use it to add big-time flavor to your favorite recipes.look like it came right from the corner bakery. I made these chocolate chip cookies that had popcorn mixed in that were insane and then there was a sprinkle of sea salt on top and that just
Trend Spotting with BHG: Raw Wood
Bring the trend of raw wood into your home, whether your style is rustic or modern!Raw wood is so hot in home design . One interesting way to use it is to juxtapose it with a clean modern texture. You might think of raw wood in
Trend Spotting with BHG: Front Doors
There's a great trend in curb appeal that I'm loving right now-- painted front doors. Why not show your color personality at home by painting your front door a bright, beautiful color? When it comes to the exterior of your home, there's just not a whole lot you can do to express your personalityThere's a great trend in curb appeal that I'm loving right now-- painted front doors. Why not show your color personality at home by painting your front door a bright, beautiful color? When it comes to the exterior of your home, there's just not a whole lot you can do to express your personality without getting the neighborhood association's radar on high alert. That's why I love this trend. Painting your front door is a great way to express yourself. Take
Trend Spotting with BHG: Mint Green
This color has been hot on the runway and now it's popular in home décor as well. See how to use mint green in your decorating!of furniture because they're not as out there and overwhelming. The mint green colors that tend to be a little bit more yellow and a little bit more saturated, those work well as accent pieces, small pieces of painted furniture, accessories, maybe a throw pillow or two because you're concentrating that really saturated color into a small sphere of your room. Mint green doesn't work as well with chocolate brown because you end up getting this kind of Peppermint Patty look that just doesn't work well. Add 1 or 2 pieces and you're on trend.
Trend Spotting with BHG: Pickled Foods
Pickled foods are showing up on menus everywhere, and this is ne hot trend that's easy to do at home. Try our recipes that use quick pickled foods to add a pop of flavor that will brighten just about any dish.trend that's showing up on restaurant menus. Chefs are pickling things like red peppers and fennel, things like red onion , radishes, and asparagus. Even crazy stuff like watermelon rind and eggs-- they're using it to add that pop of flavor to their