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I do this, too. (I also use medium eggs, which are available in cartons of 18, so there's not much risk of having them mistaken for our usual dozens of large or jumbo.)

This requires a level of organization that's usually beyond me, but the results are so superior that it's worth it.

Are Hard-Boiled Eggs Easier to Peel If You Add Baking Soda to the Water? Putting Tips to the Test in The Kitchn
4/17/14 08:20 AM

How about a non-pimiento-cheese appetizer, for us Yankees and other infidels?

What Do Kids Need to Know in the Kitchen Before They Leave Home? Here's My List. What's on Yours?
2/5/14 10:05 AM

Julie will probably have to scout out new construction to find a garbage disposal -- they were illegal in New York until the late 1990s, and not many properties have them.

Ask Maxwell: How to Fit a Home Office into a Small Space Apartment Therapy Videos
9/30/13 01:36 PM

I use ice water (a tip from "Joy of Cooking") or sometimes a soak in seasoned rice vinegar (lifted from "Cocktail Food," by Mary Corpening Barber and Sara Corpening Whiteford).

Take the Bite Out of Raw Onions with This One Simple Step Tips from The Kitchn
6/20/13 01:32 PM

Maybe this is too matchy-matchy, but I'm picturing Louis XIV Ghost chairs and liking them very much with this table.

Dining Chairs To Match Zuo Modern's Universe Table?
Good Questions

7/28/11 09:24 PM

All great points. I wish #4 and #5 in particular could be incorporated into the CL posting interface. Even if you're staging it, measuring and photographing your item is pretty quick! More times than I can count, I've skipped over a listing because I had no idea if the piece would suit my space in size and/or appearance.

5 Tips for Selling Your Stuff on Craigslist
4/8/11 04:38 PM

Crate & Barrel makes two pieces that may help you put together something workable: The Simone Daybed and the City Armless Chaise.

Apartment Therapy Boston | Backless Section Sofa Options? Good Questions
9/9/09 07:35 PM

As wacky as it sounds, I use a (washed) 35-ounce Utz cheese ball container to hold Costco-size bags of oatmeal. Not the prettiest, but it's food-grade plastic, a hair under 13 inches tall, and super-light.

Apartment Therapy The Kitchn | Good Question: Help Me Find a Flour Container
6/16/09 06:49 PM