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Try non-stick aluminum foil. It's a miraculous substance. Even baked macaroni and cheese doesn't stick to it. I almost never bother with parchment paper now.


Tips for Getting Lemon Bars from the Pan Without Breaking? Good Questions
8/24/12 12:19 AM

The dealbreakers for me are the lack of bedside tables and the grooves in the desktop. To me those are two essentials for everyday utility. Personally, I'd hate a swinging bed and the lack of a headboard, but the girls might not.


Rustic Hip Teen Bedroom at
The Pioneer Woman's Ranch Home By Novogratz

8/12/12 04:07 PM

Yes to the pasta bowls. Like nwatrous, I love the Corelle 20-ounce pasta bowls. My grocery store sells them as does WalMart.


Do You Own Bowls Just For Pasta?
10/12/11 05:48 PM

Fry grilled cheese sandwiches at a low heat so they brown gradually and the cheese has time to melt.


How Not to Ruin a Grilled Cheese: Essential Tips
Food & Wine

9/19/11 12:59 PM

Try them with topped with coleslaw.


10 Ways to Eat a Potato (and Just a Potato) for Dinner
4/20/11 12:05 PM

Two at a minimum -- a memory foam for my head and a body pillow. If for some reason I have to sleep on my back there are small pillows for behind my knees and to cushion my heels. My husband manages with just a memory foam and a body pillow. Oh, and there are three decorative ones that come off at night.


How Many Pillows Do You Sleep With?
3/26/11 11:33 AM

Sliced green onions and a bit of chopped jalapeno really wake up scrambled eggs.


A Little Of This, A Little Of That: Scrambled Egg Add-Ins | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
5/13/10 12:45 PM

Nut brittle. It doesn't take a long time to make and travels well. In addition to peanut, I make pistachio. You can package it any way you like -- boxes, tins, etc.


Ideas for Cheap and Homemade Christmas Gifts? Good Questions | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
12/23/09 01:29 PM

I've had one of these for about a year. One side is curling a bit. My main problem is that the dogs want to lie on it when they are hanging out in the kitchen with me. I ended up putting down a runner for them to lie on, but they prefer the gel mat. I'm a messy cook and have found it easy to clean.


Product Review: GelPro Kitchen Mat | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
12/10/09 06:17 PM