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Light & Bright Updated Kitchen

before-after-dark-dated-to-bright-updated-kitchen-166104cropped.jpgWe love it when readers send us their projects to be featured. Kelly emailed us about her fabulous kitchen makeover, taking it from the dark and dated room you see here to a bright and updated space…
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What’s Cooking This Weekend? Weekend of February 18-19, 2012

Welcome to a long weekend, folks! What’s cooking in your kitchen this President’s Day weekend? Thinking about drinking as George Washington did? Or are you prepping for a Mardi Gras party on Tuesday? Take a look at these stellar posts from the past week and tell us: what’s cooking this weekend? More

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Mac and Cheese: The Secret to Making It Rich and Creamy

maccheese.jpg Let’s face it: there has been no lack of macaroni and cheese coverage on The Kitchn. We’ll admit it. We like the stuff. But recently we stumbled upon a great tip to give your favorite mac and cheese recipe the creamiest boost. More

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Homemade Wooden Spoon Butter: For Buffing, Not Eating!

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I was recently given a jar of homemade spoon butter, and it rules. What does one do with spoon butter, you ask? Slather it onto your wooden spoons, let them sit overnight, and then buff with a dry cloth. It brings the sheen back to your spoons, and protects them from drying, cracking, and staining. (And bonus points for leaving your hands soft.) More

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Weekend Meditation: The Morning of the Unexpected Banana Pancakes

2012_02_19-panackes1.jpgOne of the joys of a well-stocked larder is that when your plans suddenly shift due to weather or sickness or other such capriciousness (car trouble, flaky friends) you can rest assured in the certainty that you will not, for the time being at least, starve.

Even better, a day suddenly wide open and available means you can indulge a little (or a lot) in what you’re naturally drawn to. Sometimes it can take a minute or two to sort this out, especially if your life is crammed full of expectations and obligations and you’ve lost sight of what it is that your heart yearns for. But a few quiet moments with a cup of whatever stimulates your body and mind and a gentle but firm reminder that this is not about cleaning cupboards or sorting spices and perhaps you’ll arrive at something that brings a smile to your face. The answer for me this morning was simple, but satisfying: banana pancakes. More

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