These cuban style black bean fritters put a vegetarian spin on traditional crab cakes, served here with a delicious zesty pineapple and cilantro rice.
Jenna confirms that the hardest part of her DIY kitchen island was figuring out how to construct it. Once that was done, the island took about an hour to build. That, however, doesn't include
There are loads of great fabric projects out there, but if you're a little bit challenged in the sewing department, most of those DIY ideas are, unfortunately, off limits. Luckily though, you can fake it until you make it with this roundup of 15 DIY no-sew project ideas for the home. Don't worry, they're just as cool as the ones made for your sewing machine lovin' friends.
This kitchen was dated. Ancient wallpaper, old cabinets and dingy floors all contributed to the not-so-modern feel of the space. But the situation wasn't hopeless; you'll be shocked when you see the incredible overhaul that happened.
One day Susan woke up too early and started thinking about her old IKEA BEKVAM kitchen cart ($59.99). She'd had it for years, but it needed a makeover, so that's what she gave it--starting at 5 o'clock in the morning. (Sometimes insomnia is very productive.) She started
This is another one of those smack-my-forehead, why-didn't-I-think-of-that deals. A paper plate turned basket?? Yeah, it's perfect for when we take treats into the office or give them as a thank-you gift to teacher, but they would also be great for backyard BBQs for serving
This kitchen was dark and dingy, to say the least. The brown cabinets and backsplash made it feel like it came straight out of the 1970's. But what a difference some paint can make... check out the drastic makeover after the break.
Ahh, the Expedit* bookshelf. One of IKEA's most ubiquitous products and the springboard for many a creative DIY hack, including this Scandinavian-inspired/minimalist kitchen storage solution.
This dish is a spring favourite, easy to pull together in around 15-20 minutes and packed with flavour, color and texture.
This month at Curbly we're focusing on sewing and fabric projects, so I wanted to start off with some really clever DIY fabric tutorials for the kitchen. The concepts may not be revolutionary, but the way in which they are executed is completely genius. And with a wide range of skill levels included, there's something for everyone!
I've never been envious of someone else's pantry, until now. This before and after makeover is really dramatic. Click through to see the after.
For those that have not experienced country captain, it's a southern-style casserole of curried chicken and rice. With the change of seasons my wife was feeling a bit under the weather and so I was inspired to fuse the two into a springr style chicken soup borrowing from the captains aromatic middle-eastern flavors.
I do love fresh tuna, it's a bit of a taboo as much of it is under severe threat from over fishing, so make sure you use a sustainable option from your local fish monger or market.
This dish is a perfect Spring time treat served with a chilled glass of white wine on the patio or deck.
There are so many cool kitchen accessories out there right now, but as someone who doesn't cook very much, or spend a ton of time in the kitchen, it's difficult for me to warrant buying them nine times out of ten. DIYing them, however? That's a whole other story. If you're looking to DIY a few kitchen accessories on a budget, this is the roundup for you. Here are 13 budget friendly DIY kitchen accessories.