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Summer is over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy a chilly treat! Graeter’s has been creating their homemade ice cream since 1870, making them the oldest family-owned ice cream business in the country, and they haven’t changed their production yet. Using a French Pot process, they can only make 2 gallons of ice cream at a time. Greater’s is based in the Cincinnati/northern Kentucky area, but don’t fret if that’s not where you call home. Graeter’s will ship six of your favorite flavors on dry ice to anywhere in the continental United States. With new seasonal flavors every month, you won’t get bored throughout the year. (Graeter’s Inc., $60-$90 for six pints depending on location. For more information, call 1-800-721-3323 or go to

Couldn’t afford to take a vacation this summer, but you need some well-deserved stress relief? Try listening to OM Yoga Mix 2 by Cyndi Lee, the founder of OM Yoga Center in New York City. The sounds on this CD will transport you to faraway places without having to leave your living room. Never tried yoga before? That’s okay—Lee has included some helpful beginner yoga positions that you can try. Or listen to the music on its own, and you will still feel refreshed and inspired by its gentle, calming sounds. (Cyndi Lee presents OM Yoga Mix 2, $15.99. For more information, go to

The dog days of summer are behind us, but your faithful canine still deserves a treat. Try some of the more than one hundred recipes from The Organic Dog Biscuit Cookbook by Jessica Disbrow Talley, Eric Talley and The Bubba Rose Biscuit Company. The authors are proud that each dog biscuit recipe will produce a treat made from 100% organic ingredients. With biscuits that have names like “Meat and Potatas” (yes, that’s potatas!) made with real ground beef and “Asnackadopoulis” made with Greek ingredients, you might find yourself wanting to try these tasty biscuits yourself! (The Organic Dog Biscuit Cookbook, Cider Mill Press, $14.95)

What makes someone glamorous and why do we find it so appealing? These are two questions that Stephen Gundle tries to answer in his new work Glamour: A History. Gundle examines how the idea of glamour began, going back in history to discuss some people, such as Napoleon and Beau Brummell, both of whom had a huge effect on fashion and style. Find out more about the people who were the epitome of glamour and style in their own era, such as Marlene Dietrich, Gianni Versace, and even Paris Hilton. You won’t want to miss this incredibly thoughtful and well-researched work. (Glamour: A History, Oxford University Press, $39.95)

If you are hearing wedding bells in your future, but you feel less than prepared for your impending nuptials, never fear. Every bride should own a copy of The Wedding Book: The Big Book For Your Big Day written by wedding planner extraordinaire Mindy Weiss, who has planned fairy tale weddings for celebrities such as Heidi Klum, Gwen Stefani, and Eva Longoria Parker. This book has everything you need to know about planning your own spectacular wedding, offering answers to questions you may have and even answering questions you never thought of. Use this book to walk you and your fiancé through every step of the planning process, and you won’t be sorry when your big day arrives. (The Wedding Book: The Big Book For Your Big Day, Workman Publishing, $19.95)

If you have a love for fine jewelry, but you also want to be environmentally conscious, then the EcoGold and EcoSilver creations of Toby Pomeroy, a goldsmith and jewelry designer for over 30 years, will be right for you. Pomeroy is leading the way in the “ethical jewelry movement” by working exclusively with reclaimed and recycled metals. Pomeroy’s work has been showcased in many publications such as O Magazine, In Style, and Bride’s Magazine because of its elegance, timeless beauty, and, of course, its devotion to being “green.” Pomeroy’s magnificent creations come with a lifetime warranty so that you can be sure that this stylish jewelry will last for your lifetime and beyond. (Toby Pomeroy Fine Jewelry ranges in price from $250-$10,000. For more information, go to

If you’re anything like most people (here at Dish, we’re guilty of it too!), you’re probably not getting anywhere near eight hours of sleep a night. But a new line of Bliss spa eye care products will help rid you of those dark circles underneath your eyes. Bliss introduces a Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Eye Mask that will brighten and hydrate your eyes and skin while getting rid of any darkness or puffiness. This process only takes fifteen minutes and can be done in the comfort of your own home. (Bliss Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Eye Mask, $54 for a box of 4 undereye masks)

If you haven’t heard, in January 2009, all television stations will be broadcasting with digital signals instead of analog, allowing you to receive high definition picture quality in your home—but who knew this could affect your makeup? The professionals at Make Up For Ever have designed a new line of “high definition” makeup that will be sure to cover those fine details (ie. wrinkles, skin imperfections, etc.) called HD Invisible Cover Foundation. No more worrying about how close people get to your face; the HD Invisible Cover Foundation is sure to smooth out your complexion giving you a flawless finish to make sure your skin looks perfect on screen or off. (HD Invisible Cover Foundation by Make Up For Ever Professional, $40. Available at Sephora stores and at

Get into a moisturizing routine for your skin now, and you won’t have to worry about the cold, drying winds of winter. Why not try Hydrate Body Lotion from Giovanni Organic Cosmetics? Giovanni’s line of organic cosmetics are made using only natural ingredients that will keep your skin healthy and silky smooth. Also, only this line of moisturizers contains the exclusive Giovanni PureOrganic Technology blend, using essential oils to regain skin’s lost moisture. The Hydrate Body Lotion comes in six exciting scents, including Bamboo Birch, Cucumber Song, Cassifluer White Tea, Lavender Vanilla Snow, Raspberry White, and Dishmag’s personal favorite, Grapefruit Sky. (Giovanni Hydrate Body Lotion from Giovanni Organic Cosmetics, $9.95 for 8.5 fl. oz. For more information, go to

For our readers who like to travel light, do we have the perfect product for you! Instead of packing endless bottles of toiletries, carry this product, and you’ll only need one. Try Jack Black All-Over Wash for Face, Hair & Body. This creamy wash creates a rich lather that will be sure to cleanse your fact, hair, and body without over-drying. The gentle moisturizers in addition to the wheat protein and panthenol are dermatologist tested to be gentle enough for all skin types. Forget your other products that only pull double-duty; Jack Black All-Over Wash for Face, Hair & Body certainly has them beat! (Jack Black All-Over Wash for Face, Hair & Body, $13.75 for 6 fl. oz.) / Issue 87 - September 2018
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