“Acid and texture are the most important things,” says chef Eli Kulp, High Street on Market, Philadelphia. His hearty breakfast sandwich—with its mix of marinated mushrooms, soft eggs, melted cheese, and a buttery toasted roll—proves his point.
For perkier breasts, start practicing these moves, demonstrated by Physique 57 instructor Shoba Narayan. All you need is one pair of 2- to 3-pound dumbbells and an inflated playground ball (or small Swiss ball).
Love this idea! Enlarge and Frame Old Letters “This is one of my favorite things,” says George of the framed envelope in the dining room. It was addressed by George’s great-grandmother to her uncle, George’s namesake, in 1917. He found it tucked away in his grandfather’s dresser. A local printer scanned and enlarged the envelope.
PLAYROOM RULES.... Everone is welcome, use kind words, ignore mean ones, make music, laugh, be silly, giggle, clean up after yourself, play fair, try new things, say please and thank you, use your imagination, take care of your stuff, too much television is bad, too much reading is good, say you are sorry, share everything-except bad ideas, have fun!