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If you're hosting a Super Bowl party this year, a few things are guaranteed: People are going to get hungry, thirsty, and loud—and not necessarily in that order. The best way to stay ahead of the game? Serve simple, pre-made dishes that don't break the bank, have someone else bring a dessert or side, and make sure to tell 'em all it's BYOB.
For your part, you can't go wrong with chili and rice. There's a reason why that's such a go-to for events like these: no service! Just provide the ladle and some garnishes, and guests can dish it out themselves. These treats are tops for a gaggle of famished sports fans with any kind of palate, and when homemade ice cream sandwiches are involved, everyone scores.
For many, incense evokes college
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But, lately, that stigma is lifting, as fragrance artisans and boutique
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Between the two of them, Brooke Baxter Bailey and her
husband, Jeff Bailey, have founded an underground performance-art space, a live-music venue, a piano bar, and a coffee-and-tacos shop —all in Williamsburg.
Their latest venture, however, has taken them Upstate: The couple have opened the Glass Mountain Inn, part read