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- Kate Middleton's $35 Zara Necklace is (Unsurpringly) Sold Out
Another day, another company strikes gold thanks to Kate Middleton. A day after the Duchess of Cambridge wore a $35 sparkly, crystal bead Zara necklace to attend the premiere of "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" to honor the late Nelson Mandela, the necklace has sold out on Zara's website. Middleton paired the piece with a cream-colored Roland Mouret gown and wore her hair in a casual ponytail - a departure from the previous evening when she showed off a glittery tiara (a family heirloom valued at quite a bit more than $35) for an event at Buckingham palace. More on Yahoo Shine: Extra, Extra! Kate Middleton Has Gray Hair, Too
- Here's Why You Don't Have to Refrigerate Butter
You'll visit some homes where butter is left on the counter, while others would balk at ever leaving a dairy product outside of the refrigerator for long. Though, according John Bruhn, a dairy-foods specialist at the University of California at Davis: "Most butter contains added salt, which impedes the growth of spoilage bacteria." So, while butter will go bad, it happens much more slowly than with unfermented dairy products, such as milk. Unsalted butter takes about a week to spoil, but it contains enough natural salt to slow the growth of bacteria that causes spoiling.
- Trim the Treats: 7 Secretly Healthy Christmas Cookie Recipes
- Takeout at Home: Pad Thai
- Mexican Buñuelos Are a Cinnamon-Sugar Sensation
Buñuelos are one of the most popular desserts during the holidays in a Mexican household. These cinnamon-sugar crisps are usually given as gifts or made at parties as a tasty dessert to enjoy with a hot cup of champurrado. Anyone can make buñuelos this holiday season. All you need are four simple ingredients to make your Navidad extra special!
- 3D Printer Makes Perfectly Symmetrical Pizza
3D printing seems like a technology that has come to the 21st century too soon. But Barcelona-based startup Natural Machines has invented a printer to satisfy and sate rather than shock and awe: The Foodini. Foodini, invented by Barcelona-based startup Natural Machines, is a food printer that aims to eliminate the laboriousness of cooking. Lynette Kucsma, co-founder and chief marketing officer, explains that the machine hopes to promote home cooking in an era of an obesity epidemic where people eat too much pre-packaged and processed food.
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