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21 Wine Rack Ideas (Ultimate Buyers Guide)

Welcome to today’s gallery, a guide designed to help you choose the perfect wine rack for your home. FYI, a wine rack is a specific type of wine storage option. If you’re looking for general wine storage ideas, check out our wine storage ideas article or check out our amazing wine cellar photo gallery. We will …

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What’s the Difference Between Clutter and Hoarding?

Podcast Version Back when I covered The Drawer of Shame, I got into why our living spaces inadvertently get cluttered. Hell, I am looking at a mess that seems insurmountable right now: there are at least three online shopping packages that arrived a week ago which I didn’t open yet, tons of boxes from another …

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How to Store Potatoes (6 Easy Ways)

You have just bought some potatoes or have just harvested your homegrown potatoes. Great! Now, you’re thinking of storing them for several months. Sure, they can last that long but you have to store them properly. This is why this article gives important tips on how best to store your potatoes. First of all, here …

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How to Store Avocados (Ripe, Cut, Unripe, Guacamole and More)

Green-buttery-goodness, we’re smack in the middle of an avocado gold rush! It seems like anywhere you turn you can find some food, drink, or even a beauty product that contains avocados. Recipes for avocado toast have been featured in prolific publications like the New York Times. Even top beauty magazines praise the fruit’s ability to …

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Executive Dysfunction, Poor Spatial Reasoning, and The Drawer of Shame: Getting Clutter Under Control

Summer’s here, and those clearance events are in full swing at my favorite stores and having a July birthday means those birthday coupons and gift cards from friends arrive in tandem. This presents an incredible opportunity to get barrels of new clothes and makeup on the cheap. But I have a rule to attempt prevention of …

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99 Wine Cellar Ideas for Your Home (Photos)

Thanks for visiting our wine cellar design ideas photo gallery where you can search thousands of wine cellar design photos. Related: Wine Bottle Sizes | Online Wine Stores | Types of Wine Racks | Kitchens with Wine Racks | Small Wine Racks Wine Cellar Photos We kick off our epic wine cellar collection with a series of …

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How to Store Spaghetti Squash (Cooked and Raw)

If you live for pasta, are willing to have it for all three meals of the day, you will then like our suggestion to try spaghetti squash for a change. But what is spaghetti squash, you may wonder? Well, spaghetti squash is a bright yellow-orange vegetable that is typically harvested in the fall season. Known …

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How to Store Papaya (6 Easy Ways)

Also known as Pawpaw, papaya has been around for centuries. The yellow fruit originates from Mexico and Central America. However, it is cultivated in tropical regions all around the world. The papaya trees love direct sunlight and moisture and require well-drained soil to produce the sun-kissed fruits. Did you know that Christopher Columbus called papaya …

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How to Store Yellow Squash (Plus a Brief History)

Yellow squash also referred to as “summer squash” holds a truly special place in American history. Do you know why? It is primarily because squash is believed to be native to the Americas where its remnants were found in great abundance in Mexico and Central America, going back as far as 7000 BC. Although it …

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How to Store a Lemon Meringue Pie (For Both Short and Long Term)

A lemon meringue pie is made using shortbread or shortcrust pastry, delicious lemon curd fillings, and a smooth, fluffy meringue on top. It is one of the most popular desserts in the world, so much so that August 15 is known as National Lemon Meringue Pie Day. It usually has about 302.8 calories and is …

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How to Store Tahini? (Plus Tips on How to Make Your Own)

Mentioned as the main ingredient of hummus kasa in a 13th Century Arabic cookbook, ‘tahini’ is a condiment or table sauce that is made from ground sesame seeds. But it wasn’t until 1940 that tahini became available in the local food stores in the United States. Primarily being used as a major component of hummus and baba …

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How to Store Pecan Pie (Plus the Tools to Use)

When you hear the word ‘pecan,’ does your mind automatically attach the word ‘pie’ to it? Well, you aren’t the only one. Made from pecan nuts, the pecan pie is a heavenly delight that excites our taste buds with its alluring flavor. The popularity of this dessert has grown so much over time that a …

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6 Ways to Store Bok Choy so It Lasts Longer

One can say with almost complete certainty that Bok choy is the most popular Chinese vegetable in the United States. Experts tell you that it is a type of Chinese cabbage; however, we could have sworn it is an exotic cousin of the celery. Related: Turnip Substitutes | Broccoli Alternatives | Types of Lettuce | Food …

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How to Store Buttercream (Plus Tips on How to Perfectly Make It)

On the face of it, buttercream is just a basic mixture of cream, butter, sugar, and flavoring of your choice. But if you look beyond the traditional American buttercream, you will find a whole new world of buttercream with lots of delicious variations, such as Swiss Meringue buttercream, Italian buttercream, and French buttercream. All of …

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How to Store Sugar So It Stays Soft and Sweet

Just suppose that you baked a chocolate cake but forgot to add in sugar. Would you enjoy it? Probably not. Sugar is the most basic ingredient that gives desserts their coveted sweet and yummy flavor. Without it, no dessert in this world would be half as delectable. Sugar, no doubt, is the most essential baking …

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How to Store Iris Bulbs So You Can Replant Them Again and Again

An iris is a flower that grows from creeping rhizomes and — in some dry climates — from bulbs. They have a long and erect flowering stem that can be simple or branched. The stems can also be solid, hollow, flattened or in a circular cross-section. The iris flower usually has basal leaves. The flower …

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How to Store Chocolate (11 Easy-to-Use Methods)

For many of us, chocolate is the ultimate comfort food. Whether it is oozing out in a decadent and luxurious lava cake, drizzled on your ice cream sundae or simply in a candy bar, there’s nothing more heavenly for your taste buds. Studies have revealed that chocolate creates the same effect on the brain as …

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