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Kitchen News

Here you will find a round up of all the latest kitchen news that is available on the web. If you are looking for food or kitchen inspiration then you have come to the right place!

Houzz Tour: Channeling ‘Modern Cowboy’ in a Slim Denver Apartment (9 photos)
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017


5 Extremely Cool Pantries with Barn Doors — Pantry Perfect
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

Modern pantries are enjoying a starring moment in kitchen design, thanks to the addition of unique shelving options, envy-inducing organizing methods, and chic lighting options. Another great pantry design trend bringing style to the table? Sliding barn doors. If you're a farmhouse fan, try one of these charming styles in your own home.

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Data Watch: Homeowners on Keeping — or Ditching — the Master Tub (11 photos)
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

When it comes to bathroom remodeling, few decisions are more controversial than whether to keep the tub. We’ve noticed that a vocal group thinks bathtubs are unnecessary,...

3 Tips for Making Inexpensive Stew Meat Taste Heavenly — Tips from The Kitchn
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

Whether you buy a chuck roast to cut up for a pot of stew or you pick up one of those convenient packages of pre-cut stew meat, these budget cuts of beef are known for being tough. But with the right amount of TLC and a few smart tips, you can turn inexpensive stew meat into a richly flavored meal with a surprisingly tender bite.

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Plant Fritillary Bulbs for Something a Little Different (7 photos)
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

All fritillaries (Fritillaria spp.) have bell-shaped dropping flowers, but otherwise you might never guess they’re related. Some, such as the imperial fritillary, are tall and in-your-face, while others, such as the checkered lily, are shorter and subtler. Some have clumps of leaves that reach...

7 Brilliant Kitchen Storage Ideas to Steal from Real-Life Tiny Houses — Small Space Kitchens
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

While most of us probably couldn't stand the idea of living in a tiny house, we can all stand to take some ideas from these minuscule dwellings. Even if you don't have to put your bed in a loft over the kitchen, there are still plenty of smart ideas for your own kitchen — whether it's 50 square feet or 500.

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How One Kindergartener Raised $10,000 for Her Classmates’ Daily Milk — Food News
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

When 5-year-old Sunshine Oelfke realized her friend didn't have milk money for snack time at school, of her own accord she broke open her piggy bank. That was two weeks ago. Since then, the kindergartener has raised thousands online to pay for milk for her entire class at Birchview Elementary School in Ishpeming, Michigan.

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Bestselling Rugs With Free Shipping (154 photos)
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

Make a design statement and create defined spaces with area rugs that suit your style. This collection of floor coverings will protect hardwood and tile while adding color and texture to your look.

10 Protein-Packed Plant-Based Dinners — Recipes from The Kitchn
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

Eating a diet that's more focused on vegetables seems like a challenge when it comes to getting enough protein on your plate. The truth is, however, that there are plenty of plant-based protein sources that are just as hearty and satisfying — sometimes even so when you still want to add some meat for flavor.

Inspired by some of the principles of plant-based eating, we rounded up 10 great recipes that focus on these vegetable proteins so you can bring more of them to the dinner table.

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These 10 Last-Minute Halloween Costumes Are So Punny — Halloween
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

It's only a couple weeks until Halloween, which means you need to decide on your costume pretty soon. While spooky costumes are the norm, it's the punny ones that always make me stop and stare. That's why we've rounded up some of our new favorite food-themed punny costumes that take minimal work to make.

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Twix Spread Finally in United States, Nutella Should Be Concerned — Food News
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

Those of you who love sweet spreads, hold onto your hats: You can now find Twix in spreadable form. It may just make you want to cheat on your Nutella and cookie butters. I can't stop fantasizing about this gooey chocolate goodness. Just think about having seven ounces of melted Twix in jar. What a time to be alive, right?

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The Best Halloween Food Magazine Stories, If You Dare — Between the Covers
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

There are certain holidays that really make you want to get in the kitchen and start cooking. Thanksgiving, obviously. Christmas, Hanukkah, and Easter all have their own special food traditions. Even big days like Super Bowl Sunday and the Fourth of July can inspire feats of culinary greatness (or at least a great seven-layer dip).

But Halloween? Is that really a culinary celebration? Who among us has actually ever thought, "Halloween's coming soon! What am I going to cook?"

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Why Today Is the Perfect Day to Stock Up for Halloween — Amazon Deal of the Day
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

In less than two weeks, you're most likely going to need Halloween candy. And none of that off-brand, penny candy kind of stuff. You want to give out the good stuff. You know, because you want the kids to be excited — and also because you might "accidentally" buy too much and have leftovers!

That's why we were pumped to see this MARS Variety Mix listed under Amazon's daily deals this morning.

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The Best $5 You Can Spend at Aldi — Shopping
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

There are tons of things you can buy at Aldi for $5 or less. There is one thing, however, you should definitely buy at Aldi for $5 or less. It's seriously so good, my husband and I often make the trip just to buy this one thing. (Of course we buy five or more at a time.)

Can you guess what it is?

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The 10 Crock-Pot Recipes I Rely on as a Busy Mom — Slow Cooker Dinners
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

As a busy single mother to three active kids, it can be a struggle to get healthy, home-cooked food on the table. But it can be done — especially when my slow cooker is involved.

I love throwing some ingredients in my slow cooker in the morning (especially when my kids help), and going about my day knowing dinner will be done when I get home. Even better is making a large-enough batch that I have a few meals taken care of. Leftover chicken tossed with mayonnaise or avocado to take the next day for lunch? Yes, please.

Do we have nights when we hit the drive-thru, or I throw some frozen pizza in the oven? Of course. But more often than not, my slow cooker comes to the rescue and helps me spend quality time with my family while enjoying quality food.

Here are 10 slow cooker recipes that I literally cannot live without.

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Kitchen Fix: Where to Hang the Dish Towels (16 photos)
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

It seems simple enough to find a spot to hang your dish towel in the kitchen. But you need it handy and you need it to dry. And on a shallower level, it’s nice if it looks nice too. These hardworking pieces of cloth are small but important to the operation of a kitchen, so let’s take a look at the options....

5 Smart Tips for Managing Your Grocery Budget — Money Goals, Kitchen Solutions
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

Here at Kitchn we believe that getting in control of your finances starts with food. Do you want to save up for a special trip? Or maybe you're trying to lower your student debt? Keeping a close watch on your grocery budget can help. Being a smart shopper and planner can save you a whole lot of dough in the long run.

Here are five smart tips and tools for managing your grocery budget.

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5 Surprising Things You Should Be Recycling — Recycling
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

As I've mentioned before in this space, recycling is confusing. The rules keep changing and "recyclable" packaging often has non-recyclable bits mixed in with it. But the good news is there are actually more things out there that you can recycle than you realized.

I spoke to Caroline Cox and Jessica Edington, project managers at How2Recycle, a membership-based labeling program initiated by the Sustainable Packaging Coalition that's working to demystify the process by putting detailed recycling labels on packaged goods, to see if I was missing anything.

Actually, I went through my garbage and made a list of the things in there to see if I was forgetting to recycle anything. It was pretty gross. Luckily, it was a worthwhile endeavor. Turns out, there are a few things I should have been recycling. Are you making the same mistakes?

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Regain Control: 7 Bad Housekeeping Habits You Should Quit Right Now — Apartment Therapy
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

From Apartment Therapy → Regain Control: 7 Bad Housekeeping Habits to Quit Right Now

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Recipe: Polenta Crust Pizza — Quick and Easy Vegetarian Dinners
Posted on Thursday October 19, 2017

Although I'll never give up my beloved pizza dough, this polenta crust pizza is a fun, wholesome way to serve pizza for dinner. The crust is full of fiber, thanks to it being whole-grain. (Bonus: It's also gluten-free!) But beyond all the small ways this polenta pizza can help you meet your goals, whatever they may be, the most important thing to note is that it's absolutely delicious.

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