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Balatonszéplak, Hungary


Snake River, Idaho

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All the best of the superfoods come together, in a natural kind of way, to party on your face with Youth to the People's Superfood Air-Whip Moisture Cream. This daily moisturizer is designed to restore, rejuvenate and condition your skin, and also protect against environmental stresses and free radicals (your skin's worst enemy). Intended for use from day through night, this mighty combo includes kale, spinach, and green tea–all cold-pressed, whipped and packaged from the People to you. Get revived and refreshed below.

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Cortney Burns had everything a cook could ask for: the cult-favorite restaurant (Bar Tartine), the book (also Bar Tartine), and a fanatic following of Bay Area diners. Then, two years ago, Burns disappeared. And for those of us who had come to crave her Japanese- and Hungarian-influenced cooking and admire her relentless drive to make everything—kimchi, yogurt, onion powder (onion powder!)—with her own hands, this was something to worry about. Because nobody else cooks like Burns. Who else would tear sumac off neighborhood trees and submerge it in Everclear to create a tincture? Burns’ famous larder is a reflection of the place and time she is living in, and her dishes are piled with layers—literal layers of sauces and herbs and nuts and seeds, and ethereal layers of stories and ideas.

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