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^ I mean "they" not this.


The Ultimate IKEA Shopping List:
9 Cheap, Chic Classics

5/19/14 11:54 AM

We've had two Malm dressers for almost nine years now and this still hold up really well. We use them for clothes only and some jewellery - nothing heavy. They still look pretty good as well.


The Ultimate IKEA Shopping List:
9 Cheap, Chic Classics

5/19/14 11:54 AM

These look tasty and are hopefully healthy :). Could you please provide nutritional info for these cookies?


How (and Why) to Bring the Cookie Tin to the Breakfast Table
12/20/13 04:19 PM

Criticism is always welcome but if there is no suggestion/alternative, it is practically useless. Maybe you have a good, healthy recipe that you could share?


Gift Recipe: Homemade Dog Treats Recipes from The Kitchn
12/18/13 09:53 AM

I would try the panna cotta recipe!


Enter to Win a Copy of Bakeless Sweets by Faith Durand! Cookbook Giveaway on The Kitchn
5/10/13 06:26 PM

Shayna, what you describe sounds like Punjabi Kadhi to me. There are plenty of recipes out there. Here's a video recipe that looks alright to me though I haven't tried it out though.
http://www.vahrehvah.com/Punjabi+kadi+pakodi:3541


Beyond Socca: 5 More Ways to Use Chickpea Flour Ingredient Spotlight
4/10/13 08:30 PM

I have a roller feeder and so far the squirrels haven't figured out how to get grain out. Now they just pick fallen seed from the lawn. It really works!
http://www.rollerfeeder.com/


Get A Bird on It: 10 Bird Feeders & Houses
3/30/13 08:28 AM

Nice room. Where did you get the little bench from? Thanks.


Veena's Small & Sunny Bedroom My Bedroom Retreat Contest
3/20/13 05:54 PM

From what I can tell they look like fenugreek greens, better known as methi leaves in India. We stir fry the greens with potato (alu methi) or cook them with dal. They have a slightly bitter taste but not overwhelming. Hope that helps.


What Is This Mexican Mystery Herb? Good Questions
9/30/12 07:01 PM

Jaggery is not always made from palm or coconut. In fact jaggery that is most commonly used is from cane sugar.


What's the Difference? Muscovado, Demerara, & Turbinado
4/26/11 04:26 PM