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  • Playing to the Crowd
    Amy Thielen’s new cookbook, Company, shares a blueprint for hosting a Fourth of July party with fresh takes on all the classic fixings— and none of the stress.
  • Open-Door Policy
    This home near the sea blurs the lines between indoors and out with a laid-back surfer vibe and sliding doors that open wide to create the ultimate family home.
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Themen | 2023009 (19.09.2023)
  • The Visionaries of Veg
    Eat the rainbow with the help of three new cookbooks from authors whose recipes place vegetables at the heart of every meal.
  • Baking: A Love Story
    She’s now best known for a famous royal wedding cake, but pastry chef Claire Ptak takes a decidedly homey turn in her newest cookbook, sharing recipes that lean into the seasons and the love that comes through in something baked at home.
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  • American Pie
    Coast to coast, we are a pie-loving people—and never more ardently than on Thanksgiving. This year, we took a tour through community cookbooks and explored local ingredients to find inspiration for new takes on regional specialties. Hop in for our holiday road trip in pie form.
  • Side Hustle
    Host smarter, not harder. When oven space is tight this holiday, power up your countertop appliances to create one or more of these easy yet elegant dishes.
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Themen | 2023011 (21.11.2023)
  • Almond Alchemy
    Come December, peppermint and nutmeg get all the fanfare, but the warmth and sweetness of almonds are essential to so much holiday baking. These recipes celebrate the magic of their ineffable flavor and fragrance.
  • Winter Green
    In the spirit of the evergreen season, we’re channeling those piney tree notes onto our plates with aromatic rosemary.
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  • Tabitha Brown is on a Journey
    It all may have started just a few years ago with a viral video of a vegan BLT sandwich. But in record time, this multitalented creative force has redefined her life while finding her true self (and great success) in the process.
  • The Springy Side of Onions
    Alliums—spring onions, scallions, green garlic, sweet onions—are among the first plants to sprout from the ground and make their debut at early-season farmers markets. Pick up a bunch to star in our simple yet showy recipes.
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  • Treat Yourself… Well
    Our editors share the habits that make us feel like we’re taking the best care of ourselves.
  • Break Time
    Sometimes you just need to get away from your desk. Take a cue from our editors’ favorite tricks for reducing stress and hitting reset.
  • Room to Grow
    We’re longing for a sunny spot where we can surround ourselves with greenery all year long. These verdant rooms remind us that nothing brings a space to life like living, breathing plants.
  • Wild at Heart
    We’re ready to cast off restraint and embrace a loose, exuberant planting style.
  • Beyond the Basket
    Set an Easter table with these cheerful motifs, then enjoy your handiwork for the rest of the season. Hop to it!
  • Color Pops
    Like the swipe of a highlighter on a page, bright hits of color command attention. Think of a bold yellow band on a white plate or a bright orange base on a stool. So when you can’t decide whether to go neutral or colorful—go with both.
  • Specialty Wall Finishes
    If you want to transform a white box of a room into a space with depth and character, nothing does the trick better than a wall treatment. Eco-friendly products ranging from thin emulsions to thick clays that contain natural ingredients like lime, ground marble, and even milk protein have become a favorite among interior designers for their organic look and feel.
  • Modern Pantry Upgrades
    The BHG food team cooked and tasted our way through hundreds of sauces, spices, and meal starters to pick our 50 favorite ingredients to add pizzazz to your pantry. Time to make some shelf space!
  • 5-Ingredient Restaurant-Style Dinners
    What’s better than a dinner that tastes as good as takeout? One that also takes fewer than 30 minutes to make. These recipes put a weeknight-friendly spin on beloved dishes.
  • Living Sculpture
    Topiary may call to mind grand estate gardens. But the horticultural art form looks fresh in a casual backyard too—and requires less fuss than you may think.
  • Window Dressing
    Miniature shrubs provide the base for four window box plantings, each designed to give your house a joyful boost of style.
  • A Sweet for Passover
    In her memoir, My Life in Recipes, Jewish cookbook author and food historian Joan Nathan refreshes her mother’s schaum torte for a Seder dessert that says springtime.
  • Maple Season
    As a passionate Vermonter, pastry chef Gesine Bullock-Prado eagerly anticipates early spring when the sap starts to run and maple syrup-making begins.
  • Fido Goes Green
    In honor of Earth Day, we’ve corralled our new favorite eco pet products made with sustainable materials and smart packaging.
  • BHG Clean House Awards
    The average American spends about 300 hours cleaning each year—yowza! We want to help, so we spritzed, sprayed, vacuumed, mopped, and washed a mountain of laundry to find the 50 best new products for our fourth annual cleaning awards. They’ll super-shine your home and rescue you from drudgery.
  • Kick Starter
    Identifying a jumping-off point in each space, designer Jess Knauf infuses a Colorado home with inspired style.
  • Rhythm & Flow
    This small coastal lot turned horticultural paradise packs in the flowers but has an underlying order that makes it sing.
  • Sweet Spuds
    These cinnamony, trufflelike treats don’t contain any actual potato, but in the mid-Atlantic region, it wouldn’t be St. Patrick’s Day without them.
  • The Forgotten Bulb
    Over hundreds of years, the hyacinth, a fragrant bulb originating in the Eastern Mediterranean, became the height of fashion in Europe and America. But today, few people grow it in their gardens. We’d like to change that.
  • Miniature Daffodils
    These diminutive spring bloomers are just like standard daffodils—only cuter.
  • Food Trends
    Butter boards are so last year. To help us distill what might be bubbling up to the top of 2024 food trends, we devoured the early forecasts then tapped the experts for their takes. See what’s on deck for the rest of the delicious year ahead.
  • Ever Green
    IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, ONE COUPLE REIMAGINED A CENTURY-OLD COTTAGE AS AN INDOOR-OUTDOOR OASIS WHERE HOME AND GARDEN ARE ONE AND THE SAME—AND COLOR IS THE TIE THAT BINDS THEM.
  • Scrub a Dog-Dog
    It might seem far-fetched to install a shower just for your pup, but reducing muddy paw prints while making bath time more relaxing has us thinking one might be worth it.
  • The Springy Side of Onions
    Alliums—spring onions, scallions, green garlic, sweet onions—are among the first plants to sprout from the ground and make their debut at early-season farmers markets. Pick up a bunch to star in our simple yet showy recipes.
  • Garden Getaways
    These plant-happy cities are like Disneyland for garden-lovers. Spend a few days in any of them and come home with a camera roll full of ideas for your own backyard.
  • I Did It!
    This DIYer took the drudge out of her daily up-down with a revamped stairway and alcove, creating a playful entry point to a tucked-away kids space.
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  • Tabitha Brown is on a Journey
    It all may have started just a few years ago with a viral video of a vegan BLT sandwich. But in record time, this multitalented creative force has redefined her life while finding her true self (and great success) in the process.
  • The Magic of Moss
    Imagine the fairy-tale quality of walking through the woods and glimpsing an expanse of moss in a shaft of sunlight. With these projects, you can re-create that enchantment at home.
  • Head Start
    Your scalp is where great hair starts. Treating it with specialized care can help your hair grow fuller, shinier, and healthier.
  • Go With the Grain
    This new Minnesota home blends a variety of natural woods and materials to create a timeless style that celebrates the surroundings.
  • The Healing Power of Nature
    Landscape architect David Kamp details what he’s learned from designing gardens and green spaces to foster well-being and how we can bring those lessons to our own yards.
  • Move it or Lose it
    Is sitting the new smoking? Maybe. We certainly know that sitting too long isn’t good for our health. We show you how to weave more movement into your everyday life—no sweat required.
  • Jane Kim
    An artist known for her epic wildlife paintings talks about connecting with nature—and our creative side.
  • The Real Deal on Supplements
    You don’t need a prescription for the vitamins, minerals, and nutrient formulas that line drugstore shelves, but shopping with knowledge will help you make the best choices.
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