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As we type, the snow is starting to seriously fall here in New York, so we’re gearing up to head inside and cozy up under the blankets. While we dive into a weekend filled with hot chocolate and popcorn, we’ll also be mapping out our Valentine’s Day plans!

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What We’re Loving: The Roundup 2/4-2/8 - Recipes

What is 2,4-D?

2,4-D is an herbicide that kills plants by changing the way certain cells grow. 2,4-D comes in several chemical forms, including salts, esters, and an acid form. The toxicity of 2,4-D depends on its form. The form also affects what will happen to 2,4-D in the environment and what impacts it may have, especially on fish. 2,4-D is used in many products to control weeds, and it is often mixed with other herbicides in these products.

2,4-D was first used in the United States in the 1940s. Agent Orange, an herbicide used during the Vietnam War, contained both 2,4-D and 2,4,5-T. Dioxin, a by-product of 2,4,5-T, led to the ban of Agent Orange.

What are some products that contain 2,4-D?

Products containing 2,4-D may be liquids, dusts, or granules. The liquid forms may be concentrated or ready-to-use. There are over a thousand products with 2,4-D in them that are sold in the United States.

Always follow label instructions and take steps to avoid exposure. If any exposures occur, be sure to follow the First Aid instructions on the product label carefully. For additional treatment advice, contact the Poison Control Center at 1-800-222-1222. If you wish to discuss a pesticide problem, please call 1-800-858-7378.

How does 2,4-D work?

2,4-D kills broadleaf weeds but not most grasses. 2,4-D kills plants by causing the cells in the tissues that carry water and nutrients to divide and grow without stopping. Herbicides that act this way are called auxin-type herbicides.

How might I be exposed to 2,4-D?

Products with 2,4-D may be used on farms, home lawns, roadsides, industrial areas, and pastures. You may be exposed if you are applying 2,4-D and you get it on your skin, breathe it in, or eat or smoke afterwards without washing your hands. You also may be exposed if you touch plants that are still wet with spray. You can limit exposure by following the label carefully if you are using products that contain 2,4-D. You can also stay away from grass or plants that have been treated until the leaves are dry.

What are some signs and symptoms from a brief exposure to 2,4-D?

Pure 2,4-D is low in toxicity if eaten, inhaled, or if it contacts the skin, and some forms are low in toxicity to the eyes. However, the acid and salt forms of 2,4- D can cause severe eye irritation. People who drank products containing 2,4- D vomited, had diarrhea, headaches, and were confused or aggressive. Some people also had kidney failure and skeletal muscle damage. People who spilled 2,4-D on their skin developed skin irritation. Breathing 2,4-D vapors can cause coughing, a burning feeling in the airway, and dizziness.

Pets may be exposed to 2,4-D if they touch grass or other plants still wet from spraying and then groom their feet or fur, if they drink the pesticide, or possibly if they eat grass that has been treated with 2,4-D. Dogs may be more sensitive to 2,4-D than other animals. Dogs and cats that ate or drank products with 2,4-D in them developed vomiting, diarrhea, loss of appetite, lethargy, drooling, staggering, or convulsions. See the fact sheet on Pets and Pesticide Use for more information.

What happens to 2,4-D when it enters the body?

In humans, 2,4-D is not absorbed well through the skin or lungs, but it is absorbed into the body if swallowed. Sunscreen, insect repellents, and drinking alcohol may increase how much 2,4-D is absorbed through the skin. Once inside, 2,4-D moves throughout the body but does not build up in any tissues. The human body gets rid of most of the 2,4-D in the urine without changing it into anything else. More than 75% of the absorbed 2,4-D leaves the body in the first 4 days after exposure.

Is 2,4-D likely to contribute to the development of cancer?

Scientists have not found a clear link between 2,4-D and cancer in people. Because 2,4-D is often mixed with other herbicides, it is difficult to tell if 2,4-D or one of the other herbicides might be linked to cancer. Some studies have suggested that there may be links between non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and exposure to 2,4-D by itself, but other studies have not found any evidence of this.

In 2004, the EPA decided that 2,4-D could not be classified with regard to its ability to cause cancer because there was not enough data.

Has anyone studied non-cancer effects from long-term exposure to 2,4-D?

Animals fed high doses of 2,4-D for several weeks sometimes had fewer young or the young did not have normal skeletons. This only happened if the amount of 2,4-D fed to the mothers was enough to affect the mothers. 2,4-D has not been linked to health problems in human mothers or infants.

Are children more sensitive to 2,4-D than adults?

While children may be especially sensitive to pesticides compared to adults, there are currently no data to conclude that children have increased sensitivity specifically to 2,4-D.

What happens to 2,4-D in the environment?

2,4-D goes through different changes in the environment depending on its form. Most of the time, 2,4-D breaks down in soil so that half of the original amount is gone in 1-14 days. This breakdown time is called the "half-life" of the pesticide. One form of 2,4-D, the butoxyethyl ester, had a much longer half-life in aquatic sediment of 186 days.

2,4-D is broken down by bacteria in water and in soil. Water alone can also break down 2,4-D. 2,4-D has been found at low levels in shallow groundwater and streams in both rural and urban areas.

Can 2,4-D affect birds, fish, or other wildlife?

How 2,4-D affects animals and plants depends on the form of 2,4-D. Some of the ester forms of 2,4-D can be very toxic to fish and other aquatic life. The salt forms may be only slightly toxic to aquatic animals. Aquatic animals are more sensitive to 2,4-D as water temperature rises. 2,4-D may be moderately toxic to practically non-toxic to birds if they eat it. Eggs sprayed with 2,4-D still hatched and the chicks were normal. 2,4-D is practically non-toxic to honeybees. It is not expected to be a hazard to other beneficial insects.

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50 Things to Make with Bacon

1. Bacon Guacamole Mash 2 avocados with 1/2 cup each chopped tomato and cilantro, 1/4 cup each chopped onion and crumbled cooked bacon, 1/2 minced jalapeno, some lime juice and salt.

2. Cheesy Bacon Popcorn Drizzle 4 cups hot popcorn with 1 tablespoon bacon drippings. Toss with 3 tablespoons crumbled cooked bacon and 1/4 cup each grated Parmesan and cheddar.

3. Warm Bacon Slaw Cook 6 slices thick-cut bacon in 1 tablespoon olive oil drain and crumble. Add 1/2 sliced red onion, 1/4 cup each cider vinegar and water, 2 tablespoons brown sugar and 1/2 teaspoon celery seeds to the drippings. Toss with 6 cups shredded cabbage and the bacon.

4. Bacon Kraut Cook 8 ounces diced Canadian bacon and 1 chopped onion in olive oil. Add 3/4 cup each beer and water, and 1 pound rinsed drained sauerkraut. Simmer 20 minutes.

5. Bacon Reuben Spread Russian dressing on rye toast. Top with Bacon Kraut (No. 4) and Swiss cheese. Broil until melted.

6. Bacon-Apple Sandwiches Spread a split baguette with honey mustard. Fill with cooked bacon, sliced Brie and apple, and lettuce add salt and pepper. Slice.

7. Cobb Club Spread 3 slices toast with soft blue cheese and mayonnaise. Layer with grilled chicken, cooked bacon, avocado, tomato, romaine and hard-boiled egg to make a double-decker sandwich.


8. Bacon Butter Cook 2 slices bacon in a skillet drain and chop. Blend 1 stick softened butter with the drippings and 2 tablespoons maple syrup. Stir in the chopped bacon.

9. PB&B Sandwich peanut butter, banana and cooked bacon with white bread. Cook in a buttered skillet.

10. Croque Monsieur Spread Dijon mustard on sliced challah sandwich with Canadian bacon and shredded Gruyère. Whisk 1 egg with a bit of milk and nutmeg dip the sandwiches in the egg mixture and fry in butter.


11. Bacon Quiche Cook 6 ounces diced slab bacon in a skillet drain. Cook 2 sliced leeks in 3 tablespoons drippings. Spread the leeks, 2/3 cup shredded Gruyère and the bacon in a prebaked 9-inch tart crust or pie crust. Whisk 2 whole eggs, 2 yolks, 1 cup cream, and salt and pepper pour over the cheese. Bake at 375 degrees F, 25 minutes.

12. Clams Casino Mix melted butter with lemon juice, minced garlic and parsley. Drizzle over littleneck clams on the half shell top with crumbled cooked bacon and breadcrumbs. Broil 4 minutes.

13. Stuffed Mushrooms Mix 1/2 cup each grated Parmesan and breadcrumbs, 4 slices crumbled cooked bacon and 2 tablespoons each parsley and olive oil. Stuff into mushroom caps, drizzle with olive oil and bake at 350 degrees F, 20 minutes.

14. Bacon-Wrapped Scallops Wrap bacon around scallops secure with toothpicks. Broil, turning, until crisp, 8 minutes.

15. Bacon-Wrapped Dates Stuff pitted dates with blue cheese and wrap in bacon. Secure with toothpicks. Broil, turning, until crisp, 5 to 6 minutes.

16. Spaghetti Carbonara Boil 1 pound spaghetti drain and reserve 1 cup pasta water. Meanwhile, cook 1/2 pound diced pancetta and 3 sliced garlic cloves in olive oil. Whisk 2 eggs, 1 cup grated Parmesan, 1/4 cup chopped parsley, 1/2 to 1 cup pasta water and some pepper toss with the hot spaghetti and pancetta.

17. Pasta Frittata Beat 6 eggs with 1/4 cup milk. Stir in 4 cups leftover Spaghetti Carbonara (No. 16) and 1/2 cup grated Parmesan. Cook in an oiled nonstick skillet over medium-low heat until set, 8 minutes per side.


18. BLT Pasta Cook 8 slices bacon drain and chop. Cook 1 chopped red onion, 3 sliced garlic cloves, some red pepper flakes and 1 teaspoon salt in 3 tablespoons drippings. Add 5 cups grape tomatoes cook 12 minutes. Add 1/3 cup cream cook 2 minutes. Toss with 12 ounces cooked penne, 4 cups arugula, the bacon, some basil and a splash of pasta water. Top with Parmesan.

19. Pasta Amatriciana Cook 4 ounces cubed pancetta in olive oil. Add 1 chopped onion and cook until soft. Add a 28-ounce can whole tomatoes (crushed by hand), a pinch of red pepper flakes and 1 cup water simmer until thick, 20 minutes. Toss with 1 pound cooked spaghetti.

20. Bacon-Wrapped Trout Stuff whole trout with lemon slices and thyme sprigs season with salt. Wrap in bacon and cook in a skillet over medium-high heat, 4 minutes per side.


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21. Bacon Nuts Beat 1 egg white until frothy toss with 2 cups mixed nuts, 2 teaspoons Cajun seasoning, 2 tablespoons brown sugar and 4 slices crumbled cooked bacon. Bake at 325 degrees F, 10 minutes.

22. Bacon-Beer Mussels Cook 1/4 pound chopped slab bacon in a pot with 1 sliced onion. Add 3/4 cup beer, some thyme sprigs and 3 pounds mussels. Cover and cook until the mussels open, 5 minutes. Stir in 2 tablespoons each chopped parsley and whole-grain mustard.

23. Bacon Burgers Pulse 1 pound chopped bacon in a food processor. Form into four thin patties cook in a skillet over medium heat, 10 to 12 minutes per side. Serve on buns.

24. Bacon-Sage Patties Make Bacon Burgers (No. 23), adding 1 tablespoon chopped sage and 1/2 teaspoon pepper to the mix.

25. Bacon Pizza Top a round of pizza dough with tomato sauce, shredded mozzarella, thinly sliced onion, crumbled cooked bacon and salt. Bake at 500 degrees F, 10 minutes. Drizzle with olive oil.

26. Bacon Meatballs Pulse 6 ounces pancetta in a food processor. Add 1 cup breadcrumbs, 1/2 cup each chopped onion, chopped parsley and grated Parmesan, 4 garlic cloves, 2 eggs, and salt and pepper pulse to combine. Form into small balls. Brown in a skillet with olive oil, then simmer in tomato sauce until cooked through.

27. Bacon-Wrapped Steak Rub 1 1/2 pounds beef tenderloin with minced garlic, rosemary, salt and pepper. Wrap with bacon. Sear on all sides in an ovenproof skillet, then roast in a 400 degrees F oven until the meat registers 125 degrees F, 20 minutes.

28. Bacon Fried Rice Cook 1/2 cup chopped bacon in a skillet. Add 1/2 cup chopped scallions and 4 cups cooked rice stir-fry until hot. Add 3 beaten eggs and 1 teaspoon each sesame oil and grated ginger stir-fry until the eggs are set.

29. Bacon Buns Mix 1/4 cup each diced ham and crumbled cooked bacon. Place 1 tablespoon in the center of 8 refrigerated biscuit dough rounds fold over and crimp. Bake at 350 degrees F, 15 minutes.

30. Tomato-Bacon Gravy Cook 6 slices chopped bacon in a skillet drain. In the drippings, simmer a 28-ounce can whole tomatoes (crushed), 1/4 cup water, 1 1/2 teaspoons sugar, and salt and pepper, 20 minutes. Add the bacon.

4. Potassium bromate (or bromated flour): Great for impatient bakers, bad for your kidneys and nervous system.

Found in: Wraps, rolls, bread crumbs, bagel chips, flat breads.

Why it's dangerous: Derived from the same harmful chemical as brominated vegetable oil, brominated flour is used to decrease baking time and reduce costs. Only problem is, it's linked to kidney damage, cancer, and nervous system damage.

Where it's banned: Europe, Canada, and China.

Roundup Weed & Grass Killer Super Concentrate can be applied around ornamentals, vegetables and shrubs. Mix 1.5 ounces (3 tablespoons) of herbicide to 1 gallon of water to renovate an entire lawn, or to eradicate weeds and grasses that are easy to kill. For tougher jobs, such as vines or perennials weeds, mix 2.5 ounces (5 tablespoons) to 1 gallon of water. Applied at full strength, this formula will kill stumps and bamboo. Follow the label for how to apply it and the proper dosage.

Roundup Pro works best on perennials that have gone to seed or are forming buds. To treat them, mix 6.5 ounces (13 tablespoons) to 1 gallon of water. For annual weeds in the seedling stage, add 2/3 ounce (1 1/3 tablespoons) of herbicide to 1 gallon of water. And for tough-to-control, or dense, annuals mix a solution of 2 ounces (4 tablespoons) herbicide to 1 gallon of water. Woody vines and dense brush need 13 ounces (26 tablespoons) diluted in 1 gallon of water to kill them apply to leaves in late summer for best results.

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While the mini skirt trend isn't new, it's certainly going to be taking center stage this season with people ready to safely venture outside and enjoy the nice weather. So, we found some pretty chic skirts from sites like PrettyLittleThing, White Fox Boutique and Free People to get you started on your springtime skirt collection.

Easter Brunch Recipes

Zucchini Frittata Recipe

Eggs from our hens and a giant zucchini from the garden went into the Frittata with Zucchini. We added a super-ripe heirloom tomato, also from our garden and finished it off with goat cheese crumbles.

Bacon, Egg and Toast Cups

Easy, delicious and minimal clean up &ndash perfect for an Easter brunch!

Foolproof & Super-Easy Cheese Souffle

Really, only one mixing bowl. All of it comes together so quickly and effortlessly! This foolproof method only works for savory cheese souffle &ndash not the chocolately sweet souffle.

Crepes with Salted Lemon Butter Caramel

These crepes are sweet, tart, drippy, crisp and oh so delicious!

Asparagus with Fried Egg and Parmesan Cheese

This is an impressive dish that really only takes 10 minutes of your precious time to put together.

What are the benefits of an air fryer?

Like the near-universally adored Instant Pot, the air fryer promises faster cooking and a high degree of versatility (so it seems only natural that the Instant Pot people have finally come out with their own air fryer , which one-ups some of its competitors by adding a rotisserie function).

The thing that makes any air fryer so good at both crisping foods and cooking them quickly is its hot air circulation -- basically, it's a form of countertop convection oven. While it obviously handles traditionally deep-fried foods with aplomb (and makes them healthier, since far less oil is required), its design makes it great for lots of other things too, from certain baked goods to roasted garlic.

Round up of our Favourite Potato Recipes

Oh, how we adore the humble spud. Potatoes are one of the most widely-consumed foods across the globe with each region starring their own unique versions of potatoes. This beloved root veggo has laid the foundations for some of the most well-loved foods in the world: French fries, gnocchi, potato bake, rostis, mash, Dutchess potatoes, tjips and even vodka! We round up our favourite potato recipes that hero the potato in all its golden, glorious forms.

Our Favourite Potato Recipes

Baked Potatoes

Baking a potato is one of the most simple and satisfying meals. We’ve got the low down on how to make the best baked potato right here or see below for some of our favey fave ‘tato recipes out the oven.

Baked Potatoes with Creamed Mushrooms, Black Garlic and Crispy Bacon

Popping your potato in the oven and slathering it with butter, salt and pepper is the usual baked potato method but this recipe will change the way you look and baked potatoes forever. Creamed mushrooms, crispy bacon and black garlic transform your spud to spudtacular.

Hasselback Potatoes with Lemon and Thyme

Hasselback potatoes are always a winner in our books. This recipe yields crispy golden potatoes that are fried in olive oil, butter and thyme before being popped in the oven to roast with garlic and lemon zest. Mmmm.

Mustard Cream Vertical Potato Bake

What would life be without potato bake? As a kid growing up, any night with potato bake was a night worth celebrating and keeping tantrums at bay (well done, Mom). This version swaps classic horizontal spud slices for vertical ones and adds in mustard for an extra creamy punch.

Potato Gratin

This fancy version of a potato bake uses a gratin which is basically a French term for browned breadcrumbs, cheese or butter on top of a dish that’s been baked. This recipe adds nutmeg and chives to the cream and is topped with brown, bubbling Parmesan.

Potato Tjips & Wedges

French fries, fries, shoestring fries, skinny fries, tjips, chips, wedges – whatever name you call them by and whichever condiment you so wish to dip them into, this is the OG potato creation.

Ultimate French Fries

It’s widely known that French fries didn’t actually originate in France but we do know for sure that no matter where you are in the world, everyone is luss for a tjip. These guys are perfect dunked in t-sauce, mayo, 1000 island sauce or whatever tickles your fancy.

Baked Potato Chips

Crunchy crisps are 100% one of potatoes greatest hits. Swap your Simba chips for these homemade baked potato chips with avo mayo and gremolata.

Chargrilled Potatoes with Horseradish Herb and Caper Drizzle

These summery wedges are chargrilled to perfection with a cracking exterior and fluffy interior. Drizzled with a horseradish, herb and caper sauce – perfect for an outdoor snack.

Loaded Mexican Potato Wedges

These fully-loaded potato wedges are packed with delicious Mexican flavours of mince, salsa, paprika and served with coriander and sour cream.

Roasted Spuds

Honestly, is there anything more satisfying than fresh-out-the-oven, piping hot, crispy-on-the-outside and fluffy-on-the-inside roasted potatoes? Of all things roasted in the world, potatoes are top of our list of favourites.

The Best Ever Roasted Baby Potatoes

The name says it all: everything you need to know about perfecting the roasted potato.

Duck Fat Roasted Potatoes

Duck fat is a revolutionary ingredient for roasted potatoes. Roasting your spuds in duck fat results in the crispiest and tastiest potatoes. Don’t believe us? Try this recipe and watch your roasted potato life change.

Crispy ‘Tato Skins

Potato skins are the future. This is the vegetarian version of nose-to-tail at its best. Make sure that those potato skins don’t go to waste.

Spicy Beef and Tomato Potato Skins Topped with Guacamole

These potato skins are all dressed up in Mexican flavour with spicy mince, cheddar cheese, sour cream and guacamole.

Gruyere and Chive Potato Skins

This is a classic kinda potato skin recipe. Roasted potatoes are cut in half, middles scooped out and mixed with chives and Gruyere cheese. This cheesy mixture is spooned back into the ‘tato skins and popped back in the oven to bubble away.


Italians know a thing about a thing when it comes to pasta. They can fashion anything into pasta and we’re absolutely thrilled they made these gorgeous little potato balls that we all know and love as gnocchi.

Nut & Seed Crusted Hake with Gnocchi

Homemade gnocchi is topped with a healthy seed-crusted portion of hake beaming with healthy fats and tasty crunch

Pan-Fried Gnocchi with Roasted Brussel Spouts and Hazelnuts

The soft pillowy texture of this gnocchsdish is perfectly complemented by crunchy hazelnuts and roasted sprouts.

Ratatouille with Basil and Ricotta Gnocchi

Silky ricotta gnocchi layered with fresh flavours of tomato and basil – a firm favourite.

Chicken Cacciatore

Fluffy gnocchi is topped with heaps of Italian flair and flavours of tomato, basil, olives, anchovy and garlic.

Potato Salads

A potato salad is the perfect reminder of summer and holidays and is the quintessential South African braai side dish.

Potato salad 4 ways

This recipe gives four delicious ways to style your potato salad

Lebanese Potato Salad

This fresh and tasty potato salad is made Lebanese-style with fresh lemon, olive oil, spring onions and mint

Soups & Chowders

Potato is a great addition to any soup for an added chunk or creamy texture as found in chowders.

Potato & Black Mushroom Soup

This is a fairly tricky soup to master but so worth the effort. For those looking for a delicious challenge, this is a must try!

Pear & Potato Soup with Bacon Bits

A perfectly balanced soup with sweetness from the pears and salty bacon bits

Bacon & Corn Chowder

This is the ultimate comfort soup with a creamy texture from the spuds, crunch from the corn and umami flavour from the crispy bacon

Vegan Corn Chowder with Prawn-Style Pieces

A delicious dairy-free chunky corn and potato soup topped with crispy prawn-style pieces

Potato Brekkies

We love that potatoes are suitable for any meal time and we particularly love them in our brekkies.

The Perfect Potato Rosti

Grated potato, onion, seasoning and a little oil bring this gorgeous rosti recipe together. Perfect bases for your brekkie eggs and bacon.

Recipe for The Perfect Potato Rosti

Potato and Baby Spinach Frittatas

This baked egg dish is filled with gorgeous green spinach, potatoes, parmesan and fresh cream.

Love French Fries? Find out how to perfect them right here.

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