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It’s On Sale So Why Not Buy The Chubbettes Lipstick Set For Nostalgia’s Sake

Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain is a memory I hang out to dearly! I remember they launched in 2012 and they really caused a drugstore trend as Almay, Maybelline, and others started doing chubby lip pencils. But before any of that, there was Clinique’s Chubby Stick Lip Balm which till this day is still a favorite of mine! For the past several years Clinique introduced The Chubbettes Lipstick Set that includes 20 0.03 oz Chubby Sticks. Typically, it’ll set you back $50 bucks or so! And ...
Tags: Nordstrom, Beauty, Revlon, Sake, Liz Hurley, Clinique, Steals and Deals, Macy s You, Almay Maybelline, Chubby Stick Lip Balm


Please, Someone End ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ For Ellen Pompeo’s Sake

The longtime cast member and producer can't stop calling for the show's demise.
Tags: News, Grey, Sake, Ellen Pompeo


Best Zoom Workshop Ever!

As a part of my ongoing tachinomiya project, I participated in a two-day Introductory Sake Professional workshop over the weekend. I have drunk a lot of sake over the last twenty years, but not in any educated way (probably quite the contrary...). But I learned so much from the experience. I hope to take further workshops and perhaps become a sake sommelier... In any event, I am gaining knowledge that should be useful for future tachinomiya/izakaya fieldwork. The last part of the workshop was a...
Tags: Photography, America, Anthropology, Globalization, Photo Essay, Sake, Britain Australia, Jijisake, Nihonshu, Sake Sommelier, Tachinmiya


Best Sassy Female Dog Names For Your Pup

In the fight for your pup’s soul, you’ll want to give them a name that is just as tough and unbreakable as they are. Here we have an exhaustive list of sassy female dog names that will help your pups win every time. The “sassy dog names female” is a list of the best sassy dog names for your pup. The list includes some great ideas like, Sassy, Princess, and Bella. It’s possible that some of the links in this article are affiliate links. The businesses featured in this article may pay us money or...
Tags: Crafts, Hollywood, Beyonce, Aretha Franklin, Aaliyah, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn, Quinn, Sigourney Weaver, Wanda, Mariah, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Oprah, Whitney, Buffy


50 unique subscription boxes and services that keep on giving month after month

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Earthlove delivers eco-conscious books and sustainably-sourced, ethically-made artisanal products. Earthlove There's a subscription for every interest you can think of, from books to fashion to pets. You don't even need to wrap them yourself, since they're sent directly to your recipient. We discovered 50 of the best subscription boxes, from flavored water to stationary. Although you typica...
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For Heaven Sakes, Celebrate “Sake Day!” (Oct. 1) (Limerick)

Although I share this woman’s fondness for cold sake, this limerick ISN’T about me. (Happy Sake Day!) “No wonder our marriage was rocky; All my ex does is eat and watch hockey. And the chip on his shoulder Is big as a boulder… Plus Milwaukee has lousy cold sake.”
Tags: Milwaukee, Humor, Limerick, Sake, Limericks, Marriage Humor, Odd Holidays, Marriage Limerick, Food & Drink Humor, Alcohol Verse, October Holidays, Divorce Humor, Divorce Limerick, Alcohol Humor, Drink Humor, Liquor Humor


Comment on frozen strawberry daiquiris by Caroline

In reply to june2. Sake is a brilliant idea. Soju would be another good option.
Tags: Food, Caroline, Sake, Soju


Comment on frozen strawberry daiquiris by june2

I can’t do hard liquor so I make this every summer with frozé, sometimes adding lychees to the mix – I think I’ll try it with ice cold Saké next. Thanks for the reminder!
Tags: Food, Sake


How one family survived a volcano, hundreds of earthquakes, and a missing 6-year-old over 14 hellish days in eastern Congo

This aerial photograph, taken on June 4, 2021, shows Mount Nyiragongo and one of the lava flows into the northern districts of Goma. Alexis Huguet for Insider Mt. Nyiragongo erupted on May 22, triggering earthquakes and a chaotic evacuation of Goma - a city of 2 million in eastern Congo. Amid the exodus, hundreds of children were separated from their families, including 6-year-old Elie. This is the story of how one family made it through a hellish series of natural disasters in one of t...
Tags: News, Africa, US, International, Trends, United Nations, Un, Natural Disaster, Volcano, Congo, Virunga National Park, Unicef, Rwanda, KINSHASA, Goma, International Organization for Migration


A volcano, hundreds of earthquakes, and a missing 6-year-old: How one family survived 14 hellish days in eastern Congo

An aerial photograph, taken on June 4, 2021, shows Mt Nyiragongo and the lava that flowed into the northern districts of Goma during the May 22 eruption. Alexis Huguet for Insider Mt. Nyiragongo erupted on May 22, triggering earthquakes and a chaotic evacuation of Goma - a city of 2 million in eastern Congo. Amid the exodus, hundreds of children were separated from their families, including 6-year-old Elie. This is the story of how one family made it through a hellish series of natural ...
Tags: News, Africa, US, International, Trends, United Nations, Un, Natural Disaster, Volcano, Congo, Virunga National Park, Unicef, Rwanda, KINSHASA, Goma, International Organization for Migration


49 unique subscription boxes and services that keep on giving

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Earthlove delivers eco-conscious books and sustainably-sourced, ethically-made artisanal products. Earthlove There's a subscription for every interest you can think of, from books to fashion to pets. You don't even need to wrap them yourself, since they're sent directly to your recipient. We discovered 49 of the best subscription boxes, from flavored water to stationary. Although you typical...
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45 unique subscription boxes and services that keep on giving

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. There's a subscription for every interest you can think of, from books, to fashion, to pets.You don't even need to wrap them yourself, since they're sent directly to your recipient. We discovered 45 of the best subscription boxes, from flavored water to stationary.Still looking for gift ideas? Check out all Insider Reviews gift guides here.Although you typically order them for yourself, subscription ...
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All Episodes Of ‘For Heaven’s Sake’ Are Available NOW!

Two best friends try to piece together a mystery that has baffled the police and one family for 85 years Put on your detective hat (and a warm coat), there’s a very, very cold case to solve. In Ontario, Canada during the winter of 1934, Harold Heaven disappeared from his cabin. Local police searched the woods and dredged the lake but Harold was never found, and with no more leads to follow the case was unceremoniously closed as a likely suicide. Now, 85 years later, Harold’s great-g...
Tags: Canada, Humor, Cbs, Jackson, Paramount, Nordics, Cbc, Mike, Harold, Sloane, Ontario Canada, Sake, CBS Studios, Mike Mildon, Jackson Rowe, CBC Canada


15-minute Seafood Miso Soup

This 15-minute seafood miso soup is filled with sumptuous seafood (shrimps, clams, squid), daikon & konjac. Perfect for low-carb eating too.
Tags: Miso, Soups, Anthropology, Recipes, Squid, Ginger, Scallion, Sake, Spring Onion, Fish & Seafood, 15-minute Recipes, Japanese Recipes, Daikon, Kelp, Low Carb Recipes, Prawn


New Comedy-Meets-True Crime Doc Series From Funny Or Die Premiering On Paramount+

Two best friends try to piece together a mystery that has baffled the police and one family for 85 years Put on your detective hat (and a warm coat), there’s a very, very cold case to solve. In Ontario, Canada during the winter of 1934, Harold Heaven disappeared from his cabin. Local police searched the woods and dredged the lake but Harold was never found, and with no more leads to follow the case was unceremoniously closed as a likely suicide. Now, 85 years later, Harold’s great-g...
Tags: Canada, Humor, Cbs, Jackson, Paramount, Nordics, Cbc, Mike, Harold, Sloane, Ontario Canada, Sake, CBS Studios, Mike Mildon, Jackson Rowe, CBC Canada


"Foo Fighters unveil exclusive new Japanese sake"

Text and photo from Japan Today, 1/21/2021. “To commemorate the release of ‘Medicine At Midnight’, Japanese sake brand “TATENOKAWA” that produces top quality Junmai Daiginjo sake has collaborated with Foo Fighters. Based on the preference of the sake-loving band members, TATENOKAWA has specially created two types of Daiginjo sake. Please enjoy ‘HANSHO (Midnight)’ while listening to their fantastic new album.” For those new to the world of sake, or wanting to know more about the collaboration, T...
Tags: Japan, Foo Fighters, Anthropology, Globalization, Sake, Okayama Prefecture, Yamagata Prefecture, Foos, Junmai Daiginjo, TATENOKAWA, Tatenokawa Junmai Daiginjo Hansho Ao, Hansho Ao, Tatenokawa Junmai Daiginjo Hansho Gin, Tatenokawa Collaboration Sake


Simmered Stuffed Peppers

These bell peppers are stuffed with meat and simmered in a savoury & sweet sauce. This is great as a side dish with rice and also perfect for a lunchbox.
Tags: Anthropology, Recipes, Pork, Sugar, Flour, Egg, Onion, Bell Pepper, Breadcrumbs, Sake, Chinese Recipes, Japanese Recipes, Step-by-Step Recipes, Soy Sauce (light, White Pepper Powder, Mince Pork


40 unique subscription boxes and services that keep on giving

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. There's a subscription box for every interest and hobby you can think of: , , pets, and even flavored water.Conveniently, you don't even need to wrap them yourself - they'll be sent directly to your recipient in pretty packaging so they can immediately start discovering new products or automating an everyday routine. Read more: 27 small gifts and gestures for friends or family members who are having a ha...
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Agedashi Tofu

Agedashi Tofu Agedashi Tofu is a popular Japanese dish made of deep fried tofu in a sweet and savory sauce. This age tofu recipe is easy to make to home and delicious! READ: Agedashi Tofu
Tags: Anthropology, Recipes, Tofu, Soy Sauce, Sake, Japanese Recipes, Mirin, Agedashi Tofu Agedashi Tofu


39 unique subscription boxes and services that keep on giving

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. There's a subscription box for every interest and hobby you can think of: , , pets, and even flavored water.Conveniently, you don't even need to wrap them yourself — they'll be sent directly to your recipient in pretty packaging so they can immediately start discovering new products or automating an everyday routine. Read more: 27 small gifts and gestures for friends or family members who are having a ha...
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What to See, Eat and Do in Yanaka Ginza?

For anyone heading to Tokyo, I have come up with a list of what you can do in Yanaka Ginza, which is one of the most unique places to visit here. If you have not heard about this place, then you should be reading this now because Tokyo is not all about Shibuya, Shinjuku, Roppongi, Akihabara, and Ginza only. What to See, Eat and Do in Yanaka Ginza? Yanaka Ginza is a small shopping street located near Ueno Park and is probably one of the oldest and original shopping streets of Tokyo. Thin...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Tokyo, Cherry Blossom, Sakura, Lawson, Malaysia Asia, Sake, Yanaka Cemetery, Ginza, Tokyo Metro, Ueno Park, Things to do in Tokyo, Where to go in Tokyo, Japan Tourism, Places to Visit in Tokyo


Don't Wait, for Your Baby's Sake: Quit Smoking Before You're Pregnant

Title: Don't Wait, for Your Baby's Sake: Quit Smoking Before You're PregnantCategory: Health NewsCreated: 3/2/2020 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 3/3/2020 12:00:00 AM
Tags: Don, Sake


All-Access Pass

This blog post is sponsored by but as always, the opinions and experiences expressed in this post are my own. Still feeling a bit depleted following the holiday havoc? The dust has settled and the days of 2020 valiantly soldier on, but something seems to be missing. Plagued by an undefinable emptiness, once spirited conversations suddenly fall flat, marred by a pervasive emptiness. Don’t worry, it’s in your head- It’s simply not in your wine cellar, either! Pouring generous glasses all throug...
Tags: Reviews, Food, Japan, Shopping, Alcohol, Baking, Wine, Napa, Party, Delivery, Don, Sake, Loire Brut NV, Katafune Tokubetsu Honjozo Genshu Niigata


"Best Books of 2019" Lists Update - December 10th

For the twelfth straight year, I am aggregating every online year-end book list I find in this post. As the lists appear online, I will add them to the master list, updating daily. Please feel free to e-mail me with a blog, magazine, newspaper, or other online list I have missed. Previous updates to the master list of online "best books of 2019" lists. See also: Largehearted Boy's list of essential and interesting 2019 music lists. Please consider making a donation or leaving a tip to Larg...
Tags: Music, Martha Stewart, Los Angeles, David, Bill Gates, Anna, Seattle Public Library, Columbia, New York Daily News, Sake, Vancouver Courier, Iowa City Public Library, Susan Fish, Mike Casey, Librairie Drawn, Radhika


Choosing Not To Fly Home For The Holidays, For The Climate's Sake

Carbon emissions from global air travel are rising fast, and U.S. passengers make up largest share. But some people are vowing not to fly at all, motivated by guilt and concern for the environment. (Image credit: Elaine Thompson/AP)
Tags: News, Elaine Thompson, Sake


Shrine and Sake

We started our day with a visit to a World Heritage site, Fushimi Inari Shrine, famous for the thousands of vermillion torii going up a mountain which, it turns out are individually paid for by people wanting a bit of blessings in life. They cost a lot and there is a waiting list. Their names are put on them too. At the entrance. There were sculptures of foxes everywhere, the gods of rice as they kill mice who might eat the rice. Minature torii for sale. The place was as packed as Di...
Tags: Travel, Japan, France, Disneyland, World Heritage Site, Geisha, Kyoto, Torii, Sake, Fushimi Inari Shrine


Echo Park’s New Sake Bar, Ototo

A minimal but warm space that aims to make the Japanese tipple more approachable Ototo is a venture for chef Charles Namba and sommelier Courtney Kaplan (of Tsubaki next door) to share their joint passion for sake and food. While Namba helms the kitchen, Kaplan is sharing her extensive knowledge of sake—telling vivid stories of breweries throughout Japan—and recommending sakes to bar-goers, who range from rookies …
Tags: Food, Japan, Design, Restaurants, Alcohol, Bars, Los Angeles, Drink, Wine, Japanese, Food + Drink, Kaplan, Sake, OTOTO, Tsubaki, Namba


Shinto Shrine

Our first day of our group tour started here at Meiji Shrine which is dedicated to the defied spirits of Emporer Meiji and his wife. This shrine is located in a forest of 120,00 trees of 365 different species donated by Japanese when it was built. The entry called a torii which symbolizes a sacred entry. The original was made of Japanese cypress but it was destroyed by bombs in WWIi and replaced by cyprus from Tawan. The entry path went staight, then left, then right which is done when a pl...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Tokyo, Tree, Sacred, Torii, Sake, Meiji Shrine, Meiji, Shinto Shrine, Emporer, Emporer Meiji


Sake etiquette and traditions

If you’ve only ever tried sake at cheap sushi restaurants, you’d be forgiven for thinking that all sake is meant to be served hot and taken as a shot. But if you want to be taken seriously on your next trip to Japan, or even your local Japanese restaurant, you need to understand that sake is just as complex as any whiskey or wine. And more importantly, that the etiquette of drinking it in no way involves yelling “sake bomb!” and banging on the table until a shot of sake falls off of chopstick...
Tags: Travel, Japan, New York City, US, All, Sake, Chris Johnson, Julia Boyd, Nomi, Ginjo, Rawpixel, Joly, Sake Etiquette, Sake Rituals, Sake Traditions, Jessica Joly


New Motherhood: When Mom Is Sad

By Najwa Awad Becoming a new mother can be one the most rewarding experiences a woman can have in life, but it can also be incredibly challenging and overwhelming. New motherhood is typically associated with feeling incredibly blessed, a new sense of fulfillment and family bonding. There is a general expectation that new mothers should be happy and when they are not everyone is left bewildered as to why. What is a new mom supposed to do when there is a piercing angst wedged deep within her chest...
Tags: Religion, Islam, Ppd, George Mason University, OB GYN, Sake, Baltimore Washington, Virginia Commonwealth University, Muslim Community, Lohr, Najwa, Najwa Awad, Ummah Motherhood, Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research Six Stories, Meltzer Brody, Gartlehner G Swinson