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Display Name: ReverendBrown
Member Since: 1/21/10

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My glasses would be doomed in something like that.


Stash the Remote in a Throw Pillow | Apartment Therapy Unplggd
6/18/10 02:19 AM

Agreed, useful only if you don't want to use that cd drive again. Hello, dust.


Make A Custom iPod Dock From Your CD or DVD Drive | Apartment Therapy Unplggd
6/3/10 09:59 PM

I fix my stuff. Unfortunately means I fix other peoples stuff.

Unfortunately for them I'm not free. =P


What To Do When Your Computer Gives You The Finger? | Apartment Therapy Unplggd
5/22/10 11:02 PM

I throw everything away. Home, work, doesn't matter. It's either massively important or it's garbage.


How Do You Keep Your Desk Clutter-free? | Apartment Therapy DC
5/10/10 11:34 PM

Well, mine's still above the fireplace, and I didn't put it there because of style. It's just convenient, and frankly, I have no idea where else it could go. Home's too small for big media furniture.

That said, I'd love to cut into the wall and build it in. Looks sharp.


Television Nooks the New Trend? | Apartment Therapy Unplggd
4/15/10 11:38 PM

...I'd just end up eating brisket for breakfast. And no, there's nothing wrong with that!


The Smell of Pork in the Morning: Overnight Slow Cooking | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
3/30/10 06:48 PM

How convenient of a post. I usually use water when I bake a loaf of bread, but I had some milk to use up yesterday... didn't work out as well as I had planned.


Scalding Milk: Is It Really Necessary? | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
3/29/10 11:43 AM

Always had electric. Went from those damned coils to a lovely glass top back to those damned coils.

Doesn't stop me from cooking whatever I want.


Survey: Do You Have a Gas or Electric Stovetop? | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
3/22/10 02:36 PM

Unlike a lot of commentators, I'm not an artist/student, and I don't fully understand why people take issue with nudes either. It's...art. Anyhow, it's your stuff, in your home. Put it where it looks right.


The Proper Place For Nudes | Apartment Therapy DC
3/20/10 12:19 AM

I do cook for one, so most of my breakfasts are either on a griddle or in the 8-inch skillet. It looks a little worse for it, too, compared to the larger.

Another cheer for fritattas.


In Praise of the Tiny Skillet | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
3/19/10 12:43 AM

I use mine every couple of days for kneading bread and the occasional pizza dough. I do live alone, but a 3-cup loaf of bread doesn't last long around here.


Use It Or Lose It: The Bread Machine | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
3/5/10 11:26 AM

Oh, bless. I try to inform folks about this when appropriate, so it's quite lovely to see it coming from other sources. A thousand thank yous and long live your books.


How To Care for Your Books: 5 Tips Home Hacks | Apartment Therapy Boston
2/26/10 10:28 PM

Ah, a challenger appears. I've never tried my hand at this, but maybe it's about time. I know it won't be enough to pry me away from my favorite Indian restaurant.


Cumin and Coriander: 7 Indian Dishes to Try at Home | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
2/26/10 05:37 PM

I use one from LG. It's interesting. Good for small loads. Definitely does cut down on the water and electric bill. It's neat to set it to run while I'm at work and finish up a little after I get home. Takes some getting used to, though. I do more ironing than I would prefer. I can cut down on that by hanging clothes immediately upon removal so they can finish drying.

I also learned how to repair the dang thing... check your pockets carefully. Nothing like having to open up the water pump and extract tiny objects from the impeller housing.


Integrated Washers Dryers Save Much Needed Space | Apartment Therapy Unplggd
2/26/10 05:09 PM

I enjoy harvesting my mint plants for tea.


Time for Tea! Any Blends to Recommend? | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
2/26/10 01:08 PM

It's like learning anything else.

Do it.

You will fail. You will learn from that failure.


What Is the Best Way To: Learn How To Cook? | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
2/26/10 12:59 PM

Neat. I use a unit from LG that is both a washer and a condenser dryer, so in addition to the energy savings, I save a few feet of space, too. They're not for everyone, but are great for low-volume laundry.


Gorente Condenser Dryer Saves Power Looks Good | Apartment Therapy Unplggd
2/12/10 10:55 PM

Frequenting the Consumerist, I never thought I'd read good things about these guys.


BestBuy: Electronics more Store Profile | Apartment Therapy Unplggd
2/11/10 09:50 PM

I've got a fairly affordable off brand dutch oven from Sams Club, it as around $30-$40, works just great. I've read other folk who have had great success with theirs. I know the Le Creuset products are wonderful and all, but at 1/10th the price... eh. I'll let you know in a few years if it's still with me.


Should I Keep My Cheap Berndes Dutch Oven? Good Questions | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
2/6/10 01:07 PM

http://www.amazon.com/Chefs-Quad-Timer-Professional-Brushed-Stainless/dp/B000K0QEY6

My favorite timer. Set it by turning a dial, and it has a clock with four separate timers, able to display two at a time.


Good Product: Pyrex Digital Timer | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn
2/4/10 03:01 PM