Chad Johannesen

10 Kids Lunchboxes That Make Packing Lunch More Fun — Apartment Therapy

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From Apartment Therapy → 10 Kids Lunchboxes That Make Packing Lunch More Fun

The morning lunch-packing routine is a lot more bearable if you're packing food into one of these cute, colorful lunchboxes.

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12 Tiny Food Miracles That Make You Love Your Kitchen — Happy In The Kitchen

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You know that feeling when everything just seems to be going right in the kitchen? Like the world is just with you that day? It's all in the small, random things: when the leftovers fit your containers perfectly, or when you peel an orange and the peel comes off in a single piece.

These small delights aren't necessarily about cooking skills. They are more about luck and circumstance, and yet it's exactly these tiny food miracles that make being in the kitchen a little more magical and enjoyable.

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Genius! Ice Cream That Changes Color When You Lick It — Food News

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Consider this the hypercolor of ice cream.

An ice cream maker and physicist in Spain has come up with a flavor that changes color — not once, but twice while you enjoy it.

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How To Make Fruit Slushies — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

News flash, everybody: Summer is hot. I always seem to forget how hot it gets here in California, until it happens. The temperature starts to creep into the high 90s and I start to panic. It's that how many layers of clothes can I remove in this social situation and still remain decent? sort of panic.

I've come up with a solution to cool things down: How about we make some slushies? They're easy to whip up in a blender, made with real fruit, and best of all, ice cold.

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How I Went From Baker to Cook to … Mixologist? — Kitchen Diary: Emily in Los Angeles

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What is your medium in the kitchen, the ingredient — or set of ingredients — that makes you feel most alive and nourished and creative?

When my life in the kitchen began, my mediums were flour, butter, and sugar. As the type of person who thrived on precision, I easily fell into baking and learned how to make flaky dough, elaborate cakes, and anything featuring gluten (oh, beloved gluten). I cherished my measuring tools and nearly left college to attend pastry school — a funny thought for someone no longer eats flour, butter, or sugar.

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The 10 Commandments of Kitchen Renovation — The Big Reveal 2014

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Last week we announced the winner of our first annual kitchen makeover contest, The Big Reveal! But now that we have the voting out of the way, let's look at the useful and interesting advice every single entrant learned from their real-life kitchen renovation. What makes for a successful kitchen renovation? What's important? What's not?

We assembled the best kitchen makeover tips from the entries, and here, direct from our readers and The Big Reveal 2014, are the 10 commandments of kitchen renovation.

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