How weird, so many of these comments say "two years ago." I'm on board with the separating. I've been doing it for years with waffles and I just discovered Christopher Kimball's recipe and it's very similar to this one.
The Best-Ever Pancake Recipe: Lofty Buttermilk Pancakes
|3/5/13 12:10 AM|
I have a real deal Le Creuset dutch oven (8 years old) as well as a larger-capacity MS one like the one pictured above (4 years old). I am careful with both (within reason) and have used the Le Creuset much more often, and I find the glaze is flying off my MS one in chips now.
My Uncool Kitchen Tool: A Not-As-Good-As-Le-Creuset Dutch Oven
|3/4/13 2:19 PM|
I have five of these jobs [http://www.antiquelampsupply.com/product/4006_edison-base-vintage-style-light-bulb-with-quad-loop-filament] in my chandelier in my small dining room and they do not make a noticeable hum (my hearing is normal, I was tested recently as it happens, heh). And I live with two people with crazy sharp ears and they have not commented on it either.
5 Sources for Edison & Vintage Style Bulbs
|11/30/12 2:25 AM|
I moved into an MCM house recently with a bathroom tile combo of mostly "latte" and dark chocolate brown tiles. I'm not sure how pinky these tiles are in person, but my move with the latte bathroom was to go vibrant aqua on the walls. I've put up a funny old B&W photo I found of Venice and some Moroccan-design textiles to give it kind of a weird foreign flavor. Maybe aqua and brown accents if you cannot paint? I also have a classic Mamie pink bathroom with a dark green stripe and went with a light minty green for that room. When in doubt, I call on my friend ye olde color wheel and see what's opposite. Good luck!
How To Work With Blah-Color Bathroom Tile? Good Questions
|11/9/12 10:52 PM|