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Family & Relationships These Are the Top Bridal Trends for 2020 Weddings

22:00  30 december  2019
22:00  30 december  2019 Source:   harpersbazaar.com

6 interfaith couples and families reveal how they celebrate the holidays

  6 interfaith couples and families reveal how they celebrate the holidays Here's how six interfaith couples and families navigate and celebrate their religious differences during the winter holiday season.Interfaith identities and relationships can feel particularly complex during the winter holiday season with several distinct, widely-celebrated religious holidays in close proximity.

We all know leaving your pizza out overnight isn't OK, but truth be told, pizza isn't safe to eat after a couple hours on your countertop even if it's still in the box — and that's the rule of thumb for everything. The United States Department of Agriculture is warning consumers that two hours is the limit on just about all food left out at room temperature.

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Whether you have an at-home snack spread or buffet-style smorgasbord for a crowd, it's important to keep track of how long your food has been out on the table. Throw things away once they hit the two-hour mark because after that, your pasta salad becomes a breeding ground for bacteria waiting to give you a bout of food poisoning.

Whole Foods food trends 2020: Super flours, West African foods and more

  Whole Foods food trends 2020: Super flours, West African foods and more Whether your meal planning needs a reboot or you just want to be in-the-know about what you'll be craving next, shop the Whole Foods annual list of food trends for 2020 including super flours, West African foods, zero-proof drinks and more.

To extend the lifespan of your feast, keep hot food at 140 degrees Fahrenheit or warmer with chafing dishes, slow cookers and warming trays. Cold food should be 40 degrees Fahrenheit or cooler. You can accomplish this by placing dishes over ice or using small serving trays to replenish food from the fridge — but things can turn sour there too. Here’s how to tell whether your ingredients have gone bad.

Let’s say your party is outdoors and it’s a gorgeous sunny day. This is where everything changes: Nothing should sit out for more than one hour. Even then, there are some things you shouldn’t serve in the summertime. No barbecue would be complete without hot dogs, cheeseburgers and fresh fruit, but deviled eggs, macaroni salad and fatty steaks are just a few foods you should never serve at a cookout.

The 6 Biggest Hair Trends for 2020

  The 6 Biggest Hair Trends for 2020 Book your appointment at the salon now!After three years of everyone and their sister going full-blown platinum, expect to see a return to darker shades. “Warm, rich blondes and chocolate browns will replace the light and ashy trends of the 20 teens―which really only flattered a small minority anyway,” says Hawkins.

Slideshow: 12 surprising germs hand sanitizer won’t kill (Provided by Best Life)

a close up of a box: Hand sanitizer is a daily staple for parents on diaper duty, commuters who hold those rarely-cleaned handle bars on buses and subways, and many other people in between. In fact, according to global information company NPD Group, hand sanitizer sales in the United States shot up 37 percent from 2017 to 2018 alone. And while it's perfectly fine to turn to this bottled product as a last resort, you shouldn't opt for hand sanitizer over washing your hands in the sink if there's clean water and soap available to you.As it turns out, there's a reason why most hand sanitizer companies don't claim to kill 100 percent of germs and bacteria: Because they don't. Keep reading to discover some of the viruses and germs you're leaving on your hands every time you opt for hand sanitizer instead of soap and water. And if you want to avoid falling ill at all costs, check out these 30 Smart Ways to Avoid Getting Sick When You Travel.

Chic and warm: these are the most important knitting trends of winter .
© Getty Images knitting trends winter 2019 In winter knitting is an obvious fashion trend. After all, it is not only pretty, but also functional: it warms in the cold season. However, it is not boring. Because every season has its own trends.

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