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While Tori Spelling’s marriage may be going down in flames, that doesn’t mean her meals have to do the same. Though her husband Dean McDermott is a scoundrel, he’s actually a pretty good home chef and host of the Canadian “Chopped.” One tool of the trade is a low-grease multi-cooker, the T-Fal Actifry, which McDermott used on the May 6 episode of “True Tori.” This nifty gadget also won over Kerri Washington, Marc Forgione and Michelle Trachtenberg. Bed, Bath and Beyond. $199.


With his twins growing like weeds, Nick Cannon’s memories are passing him by daily. That’s why the TV personality — sometimes referred to as Mr. Mariah Carey, but not to his face — iIs storing all his photos and videos with a new device called LyveHome which is powered by the Lyve app. The high-capacity device features new technology that gathers a consumer’s collection (from every and all devices) and organizes it into one master index. $299; www.mylyve.com


Saturday is, hands down, the best day of the week. And it just got better over at the Mondrian South Beach, which has rolled out a Do-It-Yourself Bloody Mary Bar to accompany its indulgent so-called “Dig In” brunch. The smorgasbord style table is stocked with everything you need: fruits, pickles, jalapeños and olives and a variety of hot sauces. A few trips to the DIY station and you’ll forget how bad your week was. Reservations: 305-514-1940.


For $285, it better smell good. We would expect no less from Giorgio Armani, whose new Prive unisex fragrance Myrrhe Imperiale was “inspired by the legendary gift of kings,” reads a release. No wonder the celebrities love it. With notes of pink peppercorn, saffron and (toned down) myrrh, this is one perfume that leaves an impression. 100 ml bottle. At counters or www.giorgioarmanibeauty.com.

Madeleine Marr

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