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30 Of The Best Organizing Hacks From People Who Know What They’re Doing

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If you’re like me, you spend half the day on a mission to find the second missing sock, torturing your family members with never-ending "have you seen" questions about this and that, trapping yourself in the eternal "lost and found" limbo. The good news is, it doesn’t have to be this way, so bear with us. Bored Panda has compiled a list full of practical and super simple ideas that will give your home (and soul) some much-needed order. From making an "eat me first" bin in your fridge to making a magnetic organizer for your makeup to mount on...

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CATCH OF THE DAY: What’s been cooking @ LAND’S END

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Hello Again Everyone!   HERE  As Promised,  is the kitchen at  LAND'S END I wish I could say that I'm finished with this room  but I'm not. I'm still fixing certain things I'm unhappy with- but I say this on every post don't I?  🤪 The main thing which has bugged me  right from the start, is  the Kitchen's countertop which I've already  remade  5 TIMES! The last 3 'Final' attempts were made  using a "self-stick' metallic contact paper,  which  😫 refuses to Stay Stuck! First it's Down  then it's Up! I've repeatedly wrestled with it,  trying to subdue it, but between me and the...

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With a savory curry filling, a chewy, springy texture, and a light coating of crispy panko, Japanese Curry Bread - or Kare Pan - is the star of pastries at Japanese bakery shops

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If you are a huge fan of Japanese curry, you have to make this insanely delicious bread bun at home.  Curry Bread (Kare Pan) INGREDIENTS 150 g bread flour (1 cup + 1 Tbsp) 50 g cake flour (1/3 cup + 1 tsp) 3 g kosher/sea salt (use half for table salt) (1 tsp) 15 g sugar (1 Tbsp + ½ tsp) 3 g instant dry yeast (1 tsp; See Notes if you use ACTIVE dry yeast) 125 g whole milk (125 ml; I highly recommend using whole milk instead of non-fat or reduced-fat milk.) 10 g unsalted butter (1 Tbsp) 300 g Japanese curry of your choice (1 ½ cup) (at room temperature, made previous night kept in the fridge overnight. Here are...

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Sweet Potato Sonker Recipe | #SpringSweetsWeek

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Welcome to my third and final recipe for this year’s #springsweetsweek, my friends. Today, I’m sharing how to make a sweet potato sonker recipe. That’s right, I’m making dessert out of vegetables featuring sugar from sponsor Dixie Crystals. I love sonker, a dessert native to Surrey County, NC which is more or less synonymous with cobbler, but I’ve not made a sweet potato one yet. This version is probably the most specialized sonker recipe. While you’ll see peach cobblers, strawberry cobblers, and blackberry cobblers outside of Surry County, NC, you most likely will only find a cobbler made of sweet...

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Best 21 Instant Thermometers 2019

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  Digital Meat Cooking Thermometer, Lantoo Instant Read 2 Probes Touchscreen Oven Meat Thermometer & Timer with Countdown Timer,Magnets for Grill Smoker BBQ Meats, Dairy, Candy(White) Digital Meat Cooking Thermometer, Lantoo Instant Read 2 Probes Touchscreen Oven Meat Thermometer & Timer with Countdown Timer,Magnets for Grill Smoker BBQ Meats, Dairy, Candy(White) - ✔Great fathers day gift for any dad dad’s love to show off their bbq skills, what better way to help them by giving them an accurate digital meat thermometer. ✔Touch screen instant read no clunky buttons, touch screen operation with clear alarm to tell when you food is perfectly...

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