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Sparkling Wine vs. Champagne: Do You Know the Difference?

Ana Suntay-TaЕ„edo for Badlands Although we love a refreshing glass of rosГ©, there are some occasions that call for something a bit more celebratory-something bubbly . While buying wine is notoriously tricky, it's especially challenging when it comes to the sparkling wine versus Champagne debate. So we tapped Bianca Bosker, a certified sommelier and the best-selling author of Cork Dork , to break it down for us.
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How to Care for (and Propagate) Your Fiddle-Leaf Fig

Perhaps no species has enchanted houseplant lovers in recent years as much as the fiddle-leaf fig. But unlike relatively easygoing monstera or unfussy Pilea peperomioides , few other must-have houseplants can be as frustrating to grow when the right conditions aren't met. Luckily, your fiddle-leaf fig can be a lush, green source of beauty and pride in your space with proper care.
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Quotes for Every Sky Lantern Ceremony

Whether you choose to launch sky lanterns during your marriage ceremony as a couple, or have all your guests participate during the reception, these starry wedding quotes and poems are a beautiful way to celebrate the meaning of the moment. You can release lanterns at your wedding for a variety of reasons ranging from commemorating your love to remembering loved ones.
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PSA: These Are the Top 3 Grilled Cheese Recipes on Pinterest

Jenna Peffley for MyDomaine As if we needed another reason to eat bread and cheese, today is National Grilled Cheese Day. In true foodie fashion, we can't think of any better way to honor this momentous occasion than to whip up the three most popular grilled cheese recipes on Pinterest. Brought to you by Fifteen Spatulas, Cooking for Keeps, andВ Kirbie's Cravings, the following three recipes (one is even gluten-free)В have been pinned over 140,000 times in 2017 alone.
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8 Iconic Cocktails Made Famous by Hollywood

Long before Jeff Daniels' character, The Dude, sipped White Russians at the bowling alley bar in The Big Lebowski (1998), other Hollywood heroes and heroines trademarked boozy beverages of their own. And because actors are so revered for their style and panache, their films have often catapulted their chosen quaffs-some bubbly, some dry, some with a single lemon twist-to mainstream popularity.
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