Posts tagged facetsmag
Posts tagged facetsmag
In honor of Cinco de Mayo, you should try out our spicy turkey taco recipe from our Nov/Dec issue. It’s the perfect meal to go alongside any margarita or beer with lime.
Make them tonight! They won’t disappoint.
Happy Earth Day! In case you missed our latest issue, we introduced three brands that are both trendy and Earth-friendly. Check out three more of our faves:
Chicago fashion designer Sahar Dada sits on the desk nestled in her creative space, her home office. See more photos in our latest issue!
One of our favorite “up close and personal” shots from our latest cover shoot. This photo shows off the level of detail designer Sahar Dada puts into every piece she dreams up.
Fun fact: Dada’s production team, which consists of tailors, pattern makers and dyers, is based in Karachi, Pakistan.
The Facets team headed outdoors to Chicago’s iconic Union Station for a photo opp with our new issue’s cover girl, designer Sahar Dada.
We love how her flowing, fuchsia frock (her own design!) pops against the cold, neutral pillars.
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Another gorgeous shot of our latest cover girl, Chicago-based fashion designer Sahar Dada. We’re in love with this emerald silk top and embellished moto jacket—two of her own designs—and, of course, her perfect ombré.
To see more, check out the special 9-page fashion feature in our new issue.
Read our April/May 2013 issue now! We’ve packed our pages with fashion designer Sahar Dada, Broadway-inspired brunch, a crash course in rock climbing, all-star alternatives to baseball stadium snacks, a fresh squeeze of home décor and lots more!
Last fall, we polled the Facebook community to let them choose the type of beer we’d make for an article on DIY beer. And we were thrilled when readers chose stout!
Self-proclaimed beer enjoyer Rick Schuler made a smooth, creamy milk stout for the how-to home-brew feature. Try making milk stout for yourself with his recipe below, and read his thoughts on how it turned out in our new issue.
For the mash – 60 min
Liquor: 3.5 gal
For the fly sparge
Sparge volume: 4.5 gal
Sparge temperature: 180°F
Runoff: 6.25 gal
For the boil – 60 min
Yeast: 1098 British Ale
Yields: 5.5 gallons of bee
Spend a Saturday night in with this Oscar-nominated film and feast, featured in our latest Dinner and a movie.
A truly gorgeous photo by our lead photographer, Lynn W. Conway.