Chad Johannesen

Great Idea: Magnet Fridge Cups for Kids — Apartment Therapy

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From Apartment Therapy → Great Idea: Magnet Fridge Cups for Kids

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What’s the Best Container for Bringing My Lunch to Work? — Good Questions

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Q: I'm starting a new job, and I'm looking to bring my lunch to work. I'd like to heat up leftovers in the microwave — what's the best kind of container to avoid BPA?

Sent by Rebecca

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Enter to Win a Copy of The Homemade Flour Cookbook by Erin Alderson — Cookbook Giveaway

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This week we've been throwing a virtual party for Erin Alderson and her new book The Homemade Flour Cookbook! If her recipe for Mini Quiches with Flax Crusts and our conversation with Erin on the hows and whys of homemade flours sparked your interest, then today is your day. We're giving away three copies of Erin's book — enter to win below!

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4 Essential Tips for Making a Better Turkey Burger — Tips from The Kitchn

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I love a good burger any time of year, but there's something about summer that makes them even better. Lately I've been changing things up with lean, flavor-packed turkey burgers.

Creating a good turkey burger can be tricky because ground turkey, while leaner than the beef in traditional burgers, needs a little extra loving care. Here are four tips for a juicy, satisfying turkey burger.

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10 Super Colorful Kitchen Bars — Apartment Therapy

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There's something inviting about the casual convenience of pulling up a stool for a front row seat to the action. Check out some kitchen bars that pack a punch with color!

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Culinary School Week 1: How I Rediscovered the Paring Knife — Culinary School Diaries

Getting the black spots out of a potato
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After dreaming about culinary school for the last five years, I finally signed up for a course this summer at the International Culinary Center in New York. The course, "Culinary Techniques," is a three month class that meets two nights a week, and focuses on classic culinary traditions and methods like knife skills, stock-making, classic recipes, and some pastry. After buying my black Dansko clogs, giving my measurements for my chef whites, and handing over a large sum of cash, I was ready for class to start.

Here’s what happened the first week (short story: I rediscovered the paring knife).

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