She's the size 12 model whose 'hips and booty' first hindered her success as a model, before contributing to her worldwide success. And while Brisbane-born Bree Warren looks like the picture of health, there are a few dietary and beauty secrets that ensure she's always ready for the cameras, whether it's for Lorna Jane or Tigerlily. Here, speaking exclusively to FEMAIL, Bree shares her health and beauty secrets, which include a $20 hair spray that encourages her locks to grow and a 'magic cream' for lacklustre skin. Brisbane-born Bree Warren (pictured) has made a name for herself in the modelling industry for her body positive attitude towards health and fitness RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Spectacular sky lights, a cafe-style patio and private 'beer... From sleeping with your boss to getting frisky with a... What a lineup! The top five Australian Victoria's Secret... From an $11 cleanser to a serum that will deliver... Share this article Share The … [Read more...] about A $20 spray that encourages hair growth, a ‘magic cream’ for lacklustre skin and plenty of home cooking: Size 12 model, 30, shares her health and beauty secrets
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The family-owned winery that put Napa Valley on equal footing with Bordeaux is no longer all in the family. Warren Winiarski, the former Chicago academic whose 1973 Cabernet Sauvignon stunned the world by beating France's best in the famous Judgment of Paris tasting, stunned the Wine Country when he announced Monday he had sold his Stag's Leap Wine Cellars to a joint venture of Italy's Marchese Piero Antinori and Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, Washington state's largest winery, for $185 million. The price was disclosed Tuesday morning. Winiarski was bittersweet about the sale. "There's sadness, and there's great joy," he said. "The two things can't be separated in a situation like this." The transaction is a big step down the corporate path for the renowned valley, where wineries once were strictly family enterprises. It also was just one of three major sales in the valley this week. The behemoth E&J Gallo Winery announced Monday that it would buy Napa's William Hill Estate, with … [Read more...] about NAPA VALLEY STUNNER – FAMED WINERY SOLD / Vintner Warren Winiarski, the first to take California Cabernet to Paris and come home a winner, sells Stags Leap for $185 million and the Wine Country evolves
Jabra has made some of the best true wireless earbuds we’ve had the pleasure of reviewing. They’ve featured prominently on many of our best-of lists thanks to their features, quality, and affordable prices. Normally, we’d expect that trend to continue now that Jabra has launched its latest and greatest — the $180 Elite 75t. But things are getting crazy in the true wireless earbud space and the competition has become way more fierce. Amazon now makes the $130 Echo Buds, which we consider to be the best value right now in true wireless earbuds. This means that Jabra is going to have to try even harder if it wants to stay on top. Do the Elite 75t have what it takes to get you to spend a bit more money, or should most people stick with the Echo Buds? Only one way to find out… Battery life Jabra’s Elite range of true wireless earbuds have always had good battery life, but the Elite 75t kicks it up a notch. Jabra claims 7.5 hours between charges — … [Read more...] about Jabra Elite 75t vs. Amazon Echo Buds: Whose buds are the best?
Today, Sony announced a new division at the company to focus exclusively on artificial intelligence that will have offices in Japan, the United States, and Europe. Called Sony AI, the new division will initially begin with three ‘flagship projects’ in gaming, imaging and sensing, and gastronomy. The company hasn’t specified what exactly these projects will be but a concept video from Sony shows the company's vision for how AI and robotics will change how people eat in the future. Scroll down for video Sony AI is a new division created by the Japanese technology giant that will initially focus on gaming, imagining and sensors, and gastronomy The video shows a long kitchen counter top equipped with multiple robotic arms and camera sensors, which observe a human chopping a vegetable. A human enters the kitchen and begins chopping a vegetable. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Why wait for for Black Friday? From half-price … [Read more...] about Sony cooks up special AI unit that aims to change the way people make food and eat
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Rania Harris, of Rania’s Catering, is back in the Pittsburgh Today Live kitchen getting ready for Thanksgiving! Cornbread Fruit and Chestnut Stuffing For a 16- to 20-pound turkey Ingredients: 9-inch square pan of stale cornbread (1 recipe), cut into 1/2-inch dice Directions: If cornbread is fresh, toast in a low oven about 30 minutes. Soak apricots and raisins in wine for 20 minutes. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium-high. Cook onion, celery and shallot until soft. Add sausage and sauté until cooked through. Pour off all but a little of the fat. Stir in garlic, spices and herbs. Cook 1 minute. Stir in honey and the wine/fruit mixture and cook over high heat for two minutes. Remove from heat. Turn mixture in skillet into a bowl and add remaining ingredients except for the chicken stock. Add enough chicken stock to moisten the stuffing, using you best judgement. Season to taste. I prefer to roast my turkey un-stuffed and heat my stuffing in a … [Read more...] about Cooking With Rania: Cornbread Fruit And Chestnut Stuffing
Gifts to get you invited back again. So you’ve been invited to a dinner party (or to brunch, or to spend the weekend). Great! Only question is what to bring? You could do a standard bottle of Veuve, but why not up the ante with a gift that everyone will remember? We asked some regular party attendees to let us in on the best hostess gifts: the coasters, candles, and basil plants they bring to parties — and get them invited back. MoMA Rainbow Cocktail Napkins “Cocktail napkins are tiny and frivolous and something nobody would buy for themselves. (I only found out about these when I insanely thought I was getting a great deal on regular-sized linen napkins), but they’re great for hosting, when people have their fingertips all over greasy, nibbly bits. I love that these are a fun stand-alone multicolored palette, so you don’t have to worry too much about matching your host’s dishes or décor style.” — Hannah Morrill, writer and … [Read more...] about The 16 Best Hostess Gifts, According to Professional Party Attenders