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Live Studio Audience featuring Alberti, Vera and Me!

Last Reply by Dana O 1406679610.787 | Started by Leah Williams in Hosts & Personalities, Vera Bradley, All About Handbags

Last week Alberti and I had the pleasure of hosting a live studio audience show featuring products from our Vera Bradley line. I was on set and Alberti worked the audience as the Social Host. We had a lot of laughs, met some incredibly nice people and sampled gorgeous designs. We asked the audience members how many Vera bags they owned and here is our winner coming in at over 120! WOW!! She must have one heck of a closet .... or closets!!! I love the raw joy seen on Alberti's face! This lovely audience member said she loves Vera's bags, because she can "stuff them to the gills... Continue Reading

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Which is the real deal?

Last Reply by sweet nana 1406387565.067 | Started by Leah Williams in Jewelry Talk, The Q We Love, Hosts & Personalities

Hi friends, The ring on the left was custom made for me and the ring on the right is Epiphany Diamonique. I was so pleased with how well our Diamonique team did in recreating the ring I love so much. They nailed it! Look for this Diamonique replica in August. It will be under $100 and I am trying my best to get easy pay for you. Have a great day! Did you guess correctly?   Continue Reading

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We All Scream For Ice Cream

Last Reply by Dixiebelle 1405177645.707 | Started by Leah Williams in Kitchen & Food Talk, Recipe Swap, Hosts & Personalities

Here’s a fun fact  -- July is National Ice Cream Month! Who knew there was such a thing? So, in honor of the month dedicated to ice cream, I thought I would share my favorite and easiest ice cream recipe. I make mine in my Vitamix, but it works just as easily in a food processor or a blender. There isn't much better than ice cream on a hot summer's day!    Easy Soft Serve Ice Cream 12 oz. bag of frozen raspberries (or other frozen fruit) 2/3 cup heavy cream 1/2 cup sugar 1 tsp vanilla Pour all of the ingredients into your blender or food processor and b... Continue Reading

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Leah’s Summer Beauty Tips

Last Reply by Now Stinky 1406687550.453 | Started by Leah Williams in Beauty Banter, Fashion Talk, Hosts & Personalities

Summer is my favorite time of year; sunshine, warm weather, vacation getaways. But summertime can also wreak havoc with our beauty routines; make-up melts, hair frizzes, and skin is parched and dry. Here are a few of my favorite beauty tips that get me through the warm weather season -- no sweat!   #1 - Wear A Hat   It’s important to wear sunscreen, but another great way to protect yourself in the sun is to wear a hat. Think of a hat in summer the same way you would gloves in winter -- it’s a smart accessory. Besides shielding your face from the sun’s harmful ... Continue Reading

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A Day of Discovery

Started by Leah Williams in Kitchen & Food Talk, For the Home Talk, Hosts & Personalities 1403893605.257

QVC held a Day of Discovery yesterday in the atrium at Studio Park. To celebrate the event and to help employees discover all of the terrific products we carry, all were invited to participate in a contest. It created a lot of buzz and showcased some of our amazing talent here. To enter the contest, employees were asked to submit a photo of themselves with one of our products and tell us in just a few sentences why they love it so much. The creativity between these walls is just astonishing and it was neat seeing how others use our products! And, I discovered a few new ones in the process.&nb... Continue Reading

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Rangemate Cooking Final Day -- Steak Salad

Last Reply by joycebh1 1404690782.393 | Started by Leah Williams in Kitchen & Food Talk, Recipe Swap, Hosts & Personalities

I thawed a package of Kansas City Steak Tenderloin Tips and made a marinade of worcestershire sauce, bbq sauce and white balsamic italian salad dressing. After letting the meat marinate, I cooked it in the Rangemate pan for about 7 minutes. I sliced the steak tips into bite-sized pieces and tossed them over a salad of mixed greens and tomatoes.   Steak Salad 1 lb steak tips 1/4 cup bbq sauce 1/4 worcestershire sauce 1/4 cup Italian salad dressing Mix sauces  and salad dressing in a bowl and pour over steak tips and cover. Marinate in the refrigerator until seasoned. Drizzle Ra... Continue Reading

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Rangemate Cooking Day 5 -- Black Bean Quesadilla

Last Reply by gunnersmom 1403557318.003 | Started by Leah Williams in Kitchen & Food Talk, Recipe Swap, Hosts & Personalities

The only time I put tortillas in the microwave is to warm them, and even then, they have to be wrapped in a damp paper towel and watched very carefully because they can easily become leathery and tough. So I was pleasantly surprised when I made this quesadilla in the Rangemate and the tortillas were perfect. Prep time about 5 minutes -- time in the microwave 3 minutes. Lunch ready in under 10!   Black Bean Quesadilla   Ingredients -- (makes 2 quesadillas) 1/2 can of black beans, drained 1/2 cup shredded pepper jack cheese 1 tbsp chopped cilantro 4  6” tortillas 1/... Continue Reading

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Rangemate Cooking Day 4 -- Steamed Cod

Started by Leah Williams in Kitchen & Food Talk, Recipe Swap, Hosts & Personalities 1403483191.303

This may have been my easiest recipe yet in the Rangemate. The ingredients were very simple -- cod fillets, olive oil and seasoning. Cod is a nice mild fish, and steaming really allowed me to enjoy the flavor. The entire meal took 11 minutes to make. Score another plus for the Rangemate! Steamed Cod   Ingredients cod filets olive oil garlic herb seasoning salt   Drizzle olive oil over fish and spread to coat. Sprinkle seasoning on top. Fill Rangemate pan with 1 cup of water. (You can also use wine or stock.) Place silicone steam insert in pan and put filets on insert. Cover ... Continue Reading

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Rangemate Cooking Day 3 - Celebrate Summer with Nectarines

Last Reply by C harlotteC 1403357088.24 | Started by Leah Williams in Kitchen & Food Talk, Recipe Swap, Hosts & Personalities

Today is the summer solstice -- the first day of summer! One of my favorite things to do in summer is visit farmer's markets and fruit stands. I love summer fruits, and they’re never better than when you can find them grown locally. In honor of summer and summer fruits, I used nectarines for my Day 3 Rangemate recipe. If you haven’t tried nectarines, they’re basically fuzz-less peaches. I used the Rangemate to grill them for an easy delicious dessert.   Grilled Nectarines Ingredients: 2 ripe nectarines olive oil maple syrup   Pit the nectarines and cut each... Continue Reading

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Rangemate Cooking Day 2 -- Sausage & Peppers

Last Reply by gunnersmom 1403309160.713 | Started by Leah Williams in Kitchen & Food Talk, Recipe Swap, Hosts & Personalities

This dish is from the Rangemate recipe book that came with the grill pan. The ingredients were easy and the prep was even easier. The whole dish was done in about 10 minutes -- now that’s good food “fast”. (The Rangemate will be our TSV on June 25th) Sausage & Peppers   Ingredients 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 green bell pepper, cut into 1/4-inch strips 1 red bell pepper, cut into 1/4-inch strips 1 diced tomato 12 -14 oz Italian Sausage  cut into 1/2-inch slices (I used Sweet Italian Style Chicken Sausage) Salt and Pepper to taste Place olive oil in Range... Continue Reading

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