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From Whole Foods to Harry & David, place an order and let someone else do the cooking.
She runs the company that makes the Whirley Pop. She eats popcorn all day long.
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If single people were traitors being held at Guantanamo, effective torture devices would either be excessive screenings of Love Actually or forcing us to walk through Williams-Sonoma during the holiday season.
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Ms. Owades is a serial entrepreneur, CEO and Corporate Director. Two of the companies she founded are subjects of Harvard Business School case studies which are taught around the world. Business Week hailed Ms. Owades as a "Best Entrepreneur," honoring her for "changing the way we buy flowers."
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We're in the heart of beach season, and it's time to replenish our stock of essentials, from sunglasses to sunscreen, books to laptops and everything in between.
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"Some of them had friends and relatives who were impacted by everything," he added. In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing
Williams-Sonoma has made the decision to pull pressure cookers off the shelves in the Boston area after marathon bombing.
Seriously, anything. Like, maybe not even a stove?
As we meandered through lush rolling farmlands from Santa Cruz to the edge of San Francisco, edible gardens seemed to pop up where there used to be front lawns and rooftops.
Summer bumper crops can be beautiful. And overwhelming. But here's the other side -- we waste up to half of our food in this country. Toulze puts everything to use, something he learned from his mother. "My mom has always pickled and jarred as long as I can remember," he says.
We were mesmerized by the richness of colors, aromas and noises while walking through the food stands and shops -- fried foods, Sicilian pizza and focaccia, voices yelling to promote their products and offering a taste.
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Start with sweet and refreshing ingredients such as berries and carrots, then slowly add nutritious leafy greens and earthy vegetables to gain the maximum health benefits. By day 30, you'll be craving the "mean greens."