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These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

December 31, 20091 Comment

In this, our inaugural Kitchen Finds post, we share our personal Top 10 list of must-have items for your kitchen. Suffice to say that there aren’t any “rain drops on roses” or “brown paper packages tied up with string” in our favorite things. Do any of your well-loved tools overlap with ours?

Toasting in the New Year

December 31, 20090 Comments
Toasting in the New Year

Another busy holiday season has passed and a new year lies ahead. Many of you are likely feeling the effects of too much great holiday food. Regrettably, I feel the extra pounds around my mid-section and will be limiting myself to a dry toast and tea diet for a few days. Toast has been on my mind ever since visiting my parents during the holidays. I enjoy old kitchen gadgets and took the opportunity to rummage through their attic in search of long-lost culinary antiques. I came across a box full of goodies, including this pyramid shaped metal object – an early 20th century toaster.

New Year’s Resolution: More Flavor

January 4, 20090 Comments

Follow Us Just because you’ve resolved to eat more healthfully in 2010, you don’t need to resign yourself to meals that are bland. Maintaining any weight loss diet if tough, but in the long-run your chances for success are much better if you actually enjoy what you eat. One of my favorite tips for cutting […]

Best Recipes of 2009

January 3, 20090 Comments

Follow Us BakeSpace’s global cookbook continued to grow quickly throughout the year. We now have more than 50,000 recipes! Here are the ones that members saved the most: Smothered Burgers by Jamie Red Velvet Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting by Pink Cake Box Peanut Butter Filled Chocolate Cupcakes with Ganache Frosting by Piday Cookie Crack […]

The Garden Plan

January 2, 20090 Comments

Now that it’s January, gardening may be the last thing on your mind. Of course it depends on where you live — while our friends south of the equator enjoy long days and warm temperatures, I can tell you it’s cold here North Carolina.

Nonetheless, winter is one of the best times to think about gardening! The cold winter months when many plants lie dormant are the perfect time to plan your garden layout and decide on your vegetable, fruit and flower choices.

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