15 Budget-Friendly Wedding DIYs — Apartment Therapy

The key word for a budget wedding is prioritize. Decide what to splurge on, and cut back on everything else. So when it comes to decorating your venue, opt for DIY projects that are easy to pull off.

From Apartment Therapy → 15 Cheap DIY Wedding Decorations


A Multi-Tasking Way to Dry Herbs — Comment of the Day

How do you preserve herbs? Yesterday, as part of her summer series on growing and preserving herbs, Jayme explained her favorite way to preserve oregano — drying.

A reader chimed in with the rather surprising, multi-tasking way she dries her own herbs.


Go to New Heights with These 7 Bar-Height Dining Tables — Interior Design

Whether it makes extra counter space in your kitchen or acts as a room divider in a loft space, there are plenty of reasons to choose a bar height or pub table for your dining table. Here are seven of our favorite ways to use a taller table in your home.


How Do I Prep Rice Paper for Spring Rolls? — Good Questions

Q: I love Vietnamese fresh spring rolls, and enjoy rolling salads into them, to be dipped into soy and nyokmam. However, I cannot figure out how to prep the rice paper itself. The instructions say dip in warm water for five minutes, and then take out, but once you do this, they stick to everything.


8 Yummy Father’s Day Gifts from Craig Kanarick and Mouth — Father’s Day 2015

This week we're visiting the kitchen of the food-obsessed entrepreneur, Craig Kanarick, who, with his wife, Rebecca, built a smart, personal kitchen for themselves and their kids. But while Craig's interest in food may begin at home, it doesn't stop there. He's also the founder of Mouth, a fun and inspiring online store, chock-full of small-batch and high-quality food from around the country — from liquor to barbecue sauce to pickles. Especially pickles.

If your dad loves to eat, then take a look at Craig's own picks for Father's Day gifts from Mouth this year.


Rebecca and Craig’s Family Kitchen in Manhattan — Kitchen Tour

Who cooks and eats here: Rebecca Odes and Craig Kanarick, with their children Ezra (nearly 12) and Odessa (8 1/2)
Where: Manhattan
Rent or Own? Owned for 5 years

Here at The Kitchn we have visited all types of kitchens, from small and cozy to big and dreamy. I love seeing how people make the most of limited spaces, but I also really enjoy seeing cooks' dream kitchens — their finally, at-last, this-is-what-we-always-wanted home. Today we're peeking into one of these, a vibrant, juicy space for entertaining and family cooking designed and owned by Rebecca Odes, an artist and entrepreneur, and Craig Kanarick, the founder of Mouth, a playful and delicious marketplace for American small-batch foods.

We're visiting with Craig, Rebecca, and their kids all week long. First up: a tour of their home kitchen in Manhattan.


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