Last week we reached 100 titles, and there are no signs of stopping. Please help us give Allrecipes a warm welcome and peruse their pages dripping with deliciousness. (“Apple of My Eye,” featured in our Falltastic category, is a great place to start.) Just tap (+) inside the app to add this yummy new title to your library.
We’re bringing back the Phototastic category this week, a decision that quickly and irreversibly snowballed into applying the faux suffix to just about everything. So, we hope you enjoy our Falltastic and Mantastic picks as well.
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Next Issue Picks
Woody Harrelson: Natural-Born Paper Salesman
Who knew Woody Harrelson is a decades-old tree-hugger? The actor-turned-environmentalist wants to raise $600 million to mass-produce paper made from agricultural waste, but he knows it’s going to take some time.
The Brilliant Ten
Each year, Popular Science seeks out the brightest young scientists and engineers and names them the Brilliant Ten. These 10 honorees are saving the Internet from itself, checking the weather on distant exoplanets, tracking airborne microbes with drones, and working on other ambitious projects that are not only brilliant, but seriously impactful.
The Baby We Turned Away
“I couldn’t imagine anything more cruel than what we had done, rejecting her child before he was even born.” Why this couple, after years of trying to conceive and then adopt, gave up what they always wanted just weeks before finally becoming parents.
The Cult of Assad
Even the Syrian President’s father didn’t want him to rule Syria. But the accidental dictator won’t give in. To understand Bashar Assad, you have to go back to June 26, 1980, and the pivotal moment of his youth, when the Syrian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood tried to kill his father.
A week’s worth of snap-worthy sports moments. This week: the woman who swam the Florida Strait, Jordan Taylor’s catch of a lifetime, a moody sunset shot of the England v. Australia cricket match, Serena William’s ridiculously jacked back, and more.
Feed Their Imagination
As part of Parents’ first Creative Issue, this creative photo series will inspire you to turn simple ingredients and techniques into adorable meals that will wow your picky eater.
The Case for Riesling
Wrongly maligned as overly sweet, good Riesling has a brightness and balance that make it delicious with an astonishing range of foods. Here, a look at six of the most important styles of Riesling with recipes and mouth-watering photos to match.
Comforts of Home
Take a peek at Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady’s gorgeous eco-conscious Los Angeles dwelling, generously scaled with surprisingly intimate character. (Rotate your tablet for the best view of these 27 photos.)
Apple of My Eye
The first thing we’re trying from this new catalog addition just happens to pair perfectly with autumn. The Skillet Apple Brownie, which, per the recipe contributor’s recommendation, is best served with good quality vanilla ice cream. (Twist our arms, why don’t you?)
These amazingly easy ideas for pumpkins make fall decorating a real treat: carved and luminous, stamped, used as organic centerpieces and cider-holders, and more.
A Leaf-Free Lawn at Last
With fall comes the colorful foliage that we look forward to all year long. And then comes the enormous mess on our lawn. HGTV and DIY Network pros share their must-have tools for easy clean-up.
Fall Fashion Guide
Women’s Day editors scoured the season’s trends to find the most flattering looks at the best prices. Get shopping!
“My wife is ashamed, but I love it,” said one participant who joined a retreat to get in touch with his inner cave man. It’s part of a new movement, one of climbing trees, shouldering heavy logs and throwing rocks. Ready for your next vacation?
How Not to Die (At Least Not Today)
Accidents are the leading cause of death among U.S. men 18 to 50 years old. Staying alive requires recognizing danger, feeling fear, and reacting. Here, 20 easy-to-miss risks, and how to avoid or survive them.
The King of Sand
Abrasive. Irritating. Gets into everything. In the Glamis Dunes, California, Robby Gordon, one of the best NASCAR road course drivers, is in his element.
It doesn’t get much manlier than chain saws. Part of the “Storm Survival Guide,” these six top performers make storm cleanup (or whatever lumberjacking activities you might be up to) easier.