Grow Your Own Strawberries — Apartment Therapy

Strawberries are the quintessential summer fruit. But organic berries can often be on the expensive side at the grocery store, so grow your own, cut down on packaging waste, and keep that extra cash in your pocket!

From Apartment Therapy → How To Grow Strawberries

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A Tip for Freezing Greens — Comment of the Day

While we're on the topic of preserving herbs and keeping other CSA goodies fresh, check out this smart reader tip about freezing greens.

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Where Can I Find Discontinued IKEA Drawer Fronts? — Good Questions

Q: I just moved into a new house with a great IKEA kitchen, with a discontinued door style that we love (SOLAR beech). We'd love to switch out some base cabinet doors for deep drawers. We can get the drawer hardware, but I'm not sure if there's anywhere to find discontinued IKEA drawer fronts.

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3 Things I Love About This Modern Vintage Kitchen in London — Kitchen Spotlight

When this sweet and sunny kitchen popped up at Apartment Therapy, I knew immediately you all would like to see it too! It's practically a paragon of modern vintage, in London of course, where that style seems to grow most naturally. Here's a peek — the tea kettle is one of my favorites!

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The Best Gifts for Father’s Day — Apartment Therapy

From Apartment Therapy → Make His Day: A Father's Day Gift Guide

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5 Times You Don’t Have to Peel Carrots — Tips from The Kitchn

Have you spent most of your life peeling carrots before cooking or eating them just because that's what you've seen other people do, so you followed suit? Don't worry, you're not alone.

When it comes down to it, you don't ever really have to peel carrots. As long as you wash and scrub them well to remove dirt and any debris, unpeeled carrots are perfectly safe (and delicious) to eat. Here are five instances that prove it.

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