The Skinny Kitchen: Foods to Fill Your Cabinets for a Fitter You

Posted by Bertha C.

Jan 16, 2015 2:39:00 PM

As you've probably already heard in the news or from doctors, the human metabolism slows with aging and some health conditions and medicines cause weight gain and prevent weight loss. Yet, many people are able to slim down and maintain an optimal figure with exercise and a healthier diet.

As a result, the foods in your kitchen cabinets play a huge role in the cycle of weight gain and loss as they’re most likely to be the ones you grab for a quick snack when you’re hungry.


7 Maintenance Free Kitchens that Look Just Like Wood

Posted by Carrie (Regular Contributor)

Dec 11, 2014 12:49:00 PM

In the beginning, wood was one of the only kitchen finish options for floors, cabinets and countertops because people constructed kitchens from available building materials - wood being one of the most prolific options here in the Northeast. Now, in an era where virtually anything can be fabricated, wood is most commonly sought because of its warm qualities.


Tips For Adding Cheer to Your Kitchen This Holiday Season

Posted by Carrie (Regular Contributor)

Dec 5, 2014 1:18:00 PM

(Insert the voice of Bing Crosby)

It's the holiday season
With the whoop-de-do and hickory dock
And don't forget to hang up your sock
"Cause just exactly at 12 o'clock
He'll be coming down the chimney

-lyrics by Irving Berlin

It's The Holiday Season for sure, and that means it's time to add a little holiday cheer to your kitchen space.


Top 10 Must Have Kitchen Gadgets

Posted by Carrie (Regular Contributor)

Nov 25, 2014 10:00:00 AM

Typically, when we talk about must-have features for your kitchen, we're talking about the bigger ticket items like wine storage, built-in coffee bars and other high-falutin' appliances. However, there are smaller-ticket items to have in your kitchen that are equally fun, stylish, convenient or all-of-the-above.


Is it Safe to Clean Your Kitchen with Vinegar?

Posted by Carrie (Regular Contributor)

Nov 11, 2014 3:15:52 PM

Have you recently renovated your kitchen? Looking for eco-friendly cleaning products that will cut down on dirt, grease and grime while still leaving sanitized surfaces behind? Odds are you need to look no further than your kitchen pantry. White vinegar is practically a miracle cleanser. When mixed with water - and sometimes salt or baking soda - vinegar cleans countertops, sinks and even mirrors for a fraction of the price of commercial cleansers.


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