- How to cook tasty mac and cheese in 3 minutes – Real Simple
- Research shows you might be eating fleece with seafood – Grub Street
- 9 DIY heart-shaped Valentine’s Day foods – Martha Stewart
- A gluten-free pizza recipe you’ll want every night – Thrive Market
- 14 indulgent foods that are the definition of “cheat day” – PureWow
- You’ve been eating protein wrong this whole time – POPSUGAR Fitness
Archives for February 8, 2017
I dined all across the Walt Disney World Resort in search of the most magical, delicious experience. Across all four parks, Be Our Guest at Magic Kingdom is the clear winner in my mind. The Beauty and the Beast-themed restaurant features insanely accurate settings portrayed in the movie like the forbidden West Wing and the stunning ballroom. While half the fun is digesting the gorgeous decorative details, expect to become beast-like. It’s nearly impossible to resist gobbling up the tasty French cuisine.
Now, before these photos completely convince you, remember that Disney World reservations open 180 days before your planned visit at 6 a.m. EST. Do yourself a favor and sign up online and book them ASAP! As one of the most popular restaurants at Disney World, you better believe reservations go quick, and there’s nothing more disappointing than missing out on a dining experience you had your heart set on. If you’re having a hard time finding any availabilities, you can also try calling (407-WDW-DINE, 407-939-3463).
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Lady Gaga is unstoppable! The superstar is launching her own wine label called Grigio Girls, proving she’s got even more talent up her sleeves. This exciting news comes after Gaga’s epic Super Bowl halftime performance that left us raising our wine glasses to her for such an amazing show. There’s no official release date yet, but TMZ reports that “her company filed paperwork to produce wine, wine coolers, wine cocktails, and wine punches with the name.”
The inspiration behind Lady Gaga’s line of wine stems from her own personal experience. It’s named after “Grigio Girls,” a bonus track on Lady Gaga’s most recent album, Joanne, which was “written for her close friend with cancer” and “recalls how the singer and her friends would get together and have a bottle of wine to mourn their friend’s illness,” Vine Pair reports. Lady Gaga’s parents have owned an Italian NYC restaurant called Joanne Trattoria for years, so we have no doubt that Lady Gaga – whose real name is Stefani Joanne – has plenty of wine experience already. “All the Pinot, Pinot Grigio girls / Pour your heart out / Watch your blues turn gold,” Gaga sings in the heartfelt, catchy tune that you’ll want to turn up as you sip your own glass of Grigio Girls.