Beach Prep 101: How to Make a Healthy Smoothie Bowl

Yup. Smoothie BOWL. With another Summer on the way, and the green smoothies of Summers past just a faint memory, the Internet-o-sphere has slapped us in the face with yet another (food related) trend we just couldn’t resist. If you spend any minutiae of time on Instagram then I’m 100% certain you’ve seen the smoothie bowl breakfast trend

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Travelin’ Tales: Portland, ME

  When three of my girlfriends asked me to head to Portland, Maine with them I knew I would’ve been a dimwit to say no. And boy am I glad I went. Have you been to Portland? If not, then go. Like, now. I think everyone is aware that we here at Slip enjoy consuming

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DIY Holiday Hostess Gift

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…and Hannukah…and Kwanzaa…and NYE. Tis’ the season for holiday shindigs, Friendsgivings and spreading good cheer. While we all enjoy getting dressed up and heading over to a good party, we sometimes forget the effort put forth by the hostess of said party. While we’re coiffing our hair, plucking our

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DIY: Scrap Leather Key Chains

So, we’ve had this plastic bag filled with leather scraps just hangin’ out at the shop for about a year now. We hemmed and hawed and hemmed again, trying to figure out what we could possibly do with all these little bits. We finally decided to take the plunge and get a little crafty-something easy

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DIY: Homemade Pumpkin Spice Coffee Syrup

After last week’s challah challenge, it seemed only fair that we have a chance to redeem ourselves in all of our basic white girl glory for a shot at the Pumpkin Recipe Gold Medal. We took it back to the kitchen – leggings, Uggs and all – to bring you: Homemade Pumpkin Spice Coffee Syrup.

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Slip77 Bakes: Pumpkin Challah…Say What?!

Let me preface this post by saying that I have not made Challah bread in about 25 years. Some of my last childhood memories of the Hebrew Center in Vineyard Haven are of my hebrew school classmates and I twisting fluffy, squishy strands of dough into uneven, barely-recognizable-as-a-braid challah loaves. The fact that we were allowed to

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