FACT CHECK: Does a video capture a woman?s negative reaction to a surprise kitchen makeover planned by her husband?
The Belmont Cafe, located at 930 W. Belmont Ave. where 24-hour diner Clarke's used to be, has a collection of red chairs with lines so fine I'd like to buy a couple for my kitchen. I also wish I could plate up at my home table an egg skillet dish as fun as the cafe's sassy mix of chorizo, sauteed...
THE FUTURE OF THE PAST: Cooking With Glass: How Pyrex Transformed Every Kitchen Into a Home-Ec Lab.
When you’re on the road, going from one hotel to the next, eating out can cost you a huge chunk of change. With a portable kitchen kit, you can cook in your room and save that money for something else. Read more...
Pin it While the work triangle may be the most efficient way to organize a kitchen, your space might not permit it. If you are working with a small space, aligning all your cooking space and appliances on one wall can make your kitchen...Show More Summary
Pin it Jason & Jeff love to entertain. Jeff, a biologist, is the resident mixologist, and Jason, the office manager for Facebook Boston, is a born host. Their Cambridge galley kitchen had this small eat-in area, but with their dining...Show More Summary
Old meets new in this spectacular, renovated century home located in sought-after Olde Aurora, Ontario. This home features soaring 9- to 12-foot ceilings and a gourmet kitchen upgraded with marble countertops...
Yup. Dishes. Everyone has ’em, everyone hates dealing with ’em, and they’re the #1 thing that makes your kitchen look gross. So let’s all put on our grown-up pants and deal with our damn dishes. So, why are dishes such a big damn deal anyway? I’m still trying to figure that out, but I can … Continue reading Ask UfYH: Dishes? Really?
A tiny studio clocking in at just 307 square feet has officially changed hands for $415K, $36K over the asking price it sought nearly three weeks ago. A slightly smaller studio in the same building, this one with an even...
An aspiring chef discovers if she wants to be the best, she will need a dash of magic in Talia in the Kitchen
Sailing as a form of travel is pretty much like taking your house from place to place, kitchen (or galley, in sailor-speak) included. Your house just happens to be the size of a walk-in closet, and more often than not, it's rocking back and forth or hanging out at a 25-degree angle. Here's how you make every meal count.
Chef Connect axes three minor kitchen inconveniences.
Ready for another example of a dog making an unexpected friend? In this video, the canine isn't teaming with his mortal enemy in order to plot any kind of kitchen escape. But he is totally having fun with a lamb. Yes, a lamb! This cross-species...Show More Summary
If you're a fan of cooking and food, you'll definitely be jealous of Food52's new digs in New York City. A bit like a social network exclusively for foodies, Food52 is a recipe site and cooking product marketplace where you can search for meal preparation tips and buy all of the gear you need to cook at home. Show More Summary
Having thrown the kitchen sink at their collapsing ponzi-scheme of a market in the past two days, only to see stocks open and crash once again overnight, it appears The PBOC went full intervention-tard in the middle of the morning session. Show More Summary
John Barron, 34, first attempted to strangle his wife in their bed. Later, downstairs, armed with two kitchen knives, he stabbed her repeatedly–24 times in total. All because she told him that their marriage was over. The court heard the detail of the attack. Show More Summary
Kitchen’s Floor are practically punk royalty; this is a group that has been around for absolutely forever. They formed in roughly 2007, released their first material in 2009, and for a while kept up a steady... The post LISTEN: Kitchen’s Floor – Resident Dregs EP appeared first on Who The Hell.
Free-range? Grass-fed? How about 3D-printed next to the Nespresso on your kitchen island? That could be the beef of the future, friends. And two German design students have ginned up the latest plans for a slick-looking machine that could make it. More »
Charles Pheonix is a speaker, performer, cook, and all-around exemplar of 1950s Americana. From his famous Test Kitchen, he's delivered to the world extraordinary works of food art, such as a cereal cake, a meat Nativity set, and a Santa Claus meatloaf. Show More Summary
After the kids were all in bed, I noticed a note on the kitchen bench. Written in felt pen on scrap A4 paper was a message for my husband from my teen. On top of the note sat a watch. The message was a simple request asking for Dad to fix something. In the morning, […]