• T-shirt season is officially here! Say goodbye to those heavy raincoats and that awful sweater Aunt Millie gave you for Christmas (and you didn't think we noticed...) and say hello to SHORT SLEEVES! Awaken your wardrobe with some of these fresh styles below, curated with you in mind.      

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  • Flowers and chocolates are so played out. Give your foodie what they really want this Valentine's Day. Check out these food-inspired gift ideas that are sure to give your partner those warm and fuzzies. ___ 6. Pete Evans - Cook With Love You can do more than just cook in the kitchen... 5. Greeting Card Let the food do the talking... 4. Anne Burrell - Bacon Makes It Better In the dog house? This shirt will get you out. 3. Marc Murphy - Surf All Day, Shuck All Night Private...

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  • It's that time of the year again where food lovers across the country come out of hibernation to beach-it-up in Miami to celebrate 5 days of everything food and drink. We're excited to return for our 5th year and to release a new collection with limited edition designs crafted specifically for the occasion. Read more about the festival and check out the the 2016 collection below:      About The Event The Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival presented by FOOD & WINE is a national,...

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  • If you're looking to heat things up this Valentine's Day, you may not have to look any further than your kitchen cabinets. We put together a list of 6 foods/ingredients you may want to sneak into that dinner for two. 6. Figs This fruit has had a successful reputation as an aphrodisiac over the ages from Adam and Eve to Cleopatra. Rich in amino acids, it's known to increase stamina. 5. Honey  Considered the nectar of love by Aphrodite herself, honey contains a mineral called Boron, which is known to...

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  • Your Super Bowl Needs a Chili Bar © FREDRIKA STJARNE By F&W Editors Posted February 02, 2016   This Super Bowl Sunday, do your party a favor and make the main attraction a chili bar. When it comes to game day food, chili checks off all the right boxes. It’s easy to make a lot of ahead of time. It’s ultra-meaty. It can be eaten with a chip. And it’s infinity customizable with toppings like cheese, avocado, bacon crumbles and sour cream. No one is saying you should skip the wings...

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