Give your kitchen a face lift with these diy kitchen ideas from reclaimed materials. Less money and less waste? Yes, please!
When’s the last time you cleaned your refrigerator? Can’t recall? Then it’s been too long. According to a recent germ study, your kitchens are downright filthy.
Eight months ago I remodeled a kitchen and attempted to buy all the finishes and appliances from within 500-miles of Berkeley, CA. This is what I learned.
Looking to get all the flavor and satisfaction from your favorite pasta but with the health benefits of raw food? Eat all the pasta you want with this raw zucchini pasta! It’s easy, colorful, full of flavor and best of all, mega healthy! Leave the guilt behind and indulge in this yummalicious new way to make an Italian fave!
Lacking confidence in the kitchen? This book walks through everyday cooking skills to help the average person out at home.
The kitchen cabinetry industry is filled with domestic manufacturers and therefore finding local should never be a problem. I like knowing that my cabinets are made from eucalyptus veneer from Presidio Park in San Francisco and MDF core from Medford, OR.
There is a lot of evidence that there are significant social, environmental, and economic benefits to creating local economies that go far beyond carbon output.
This is the third week of the 500-mile kitchen project in which I try to renovate a kitchen from materials and goods manufactured within 500-miles.
This is the second in a series in which I attempt to renovate a kitchen using materials and products manufactured within 500 miles of my home in Berkeley, CA. I’m [ … ]
I’m a sucker for a good soup and now that the weather will be cooling down, I’m so excited to break out my favorite soup recipes again. A great one that can actually do well year round is a hearty chicken noodle. The great American comfort food, the soup that makes it all better when your sick or just an all around great meal, I love playing with the original to jazz it up every now and again. This one is full of vitamins, minerals, plant-based protein and just some serious goodness! Plus, it’s simple, fast and if you make a large batch, it’s easily freezable to enjoy later.
Nanoparticles emitted by common kitchen appliances are more abundant than previously thought, leading for an urgent call for more research on health implications. [social_buttons]In 150 experiments using gas and electric [ … ]