Andrea's kitchen looks nothing like it did when she and her family first moved into their home. A makeover was in order, but the budget was small. In this case $1,000 small. The fact that she and her husband were able to accomplish the re-do for that price tag certainly drew my attention. They did have some things going for them when they started, however.… Continue Reading
Our discussion concerning granite kitchen countertops started me thinking about how we might have the benefits of granite/marble/quartz without the chilly experience when bellying up to the bar. For people who have kitchen islands with a bar, the perfect solution would be to install a wood countertop on that area. (We've all seen that.) For people with bi-level peninsulas, it's not an issue either. But what about those of us with one-level peninsulas? Would mixing countertops materials, putting wood on the peninsula and something different everywhere else, look weird? What about mixing countertop materials on a one-level island? Would that look weird?… Continue Reading
Hellllloooo! This is one of the coolest ideas I've seen in a long time. In related news, it looks like I better plan a trip to the thrift store STAT (you know... for some glassware I can experiment on just in case something goes horribly… Continue Reading
This builder-basic kitchen didn't just get a facelift. It got an entire face transplant! Not only does it look like an entirely new space, even though the layout didn't change one iota, it looks completely professional-grade. See how this homeowner DIY turned… Continue Reading
Just because you have a petite kitchen doesn't mean you can't have big culinary skills. Take for example Deb from The Smitten Kitchen. She's done some impressive cooking/baking in her 80 square foot NYC apartment's kitchen. To put her space in perspective, her oven is 3/4 size and she only… Continue Reading
After all the eggs have been found on Easter, they're often forgotten. Soon thereafter, however, you realize you should probably DO something with them. You know...eat them. Deviled eggs are our first go-to recipe, but here's a slew of wonderful and weird recipes that will make those leftover Easter eggs disappear in no time.
Have you seen the Super Mom trend du jour, Bento Boxes? Basically it's where Lunchables meet Martha Stewart. I gotta say though, they're pretty darn impressive. See the lengths Moms go to to get their kids to eat something besides chicken nuggets after the… Continue Reading
If you thought Christmas was the highlight of the baking year, just look at these Easter treats! Colorful and full of life, I can't think of a better way to usher in the season.
Pops...is there anything cuter? Certainly not if we're talking about Bakerella's sweet… Continue Reading
Are you good at keeping your freezer organized? Not surprisingly, Martha Stewart is. Her team created some downloadable labels so you can monitor your zero-degree delicacies in style. Read on for the download and some general freezer safety… Continue Reading
(Could we have a collective 'awww' here?) From Kids Soup, this Teddy Bear Toast features bananas for ears and snout, raisins for eyes and nose, and he gets his golden glow from a swipe of butter and a sprinkling of cinnamon and sugar.