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Friday
Jun022017

10 Wedding Gifts for Couples Who Love to Travel

What to get that couple who seems to spend more time abroad or on the road than at home? (You know who we're talking about: the couple with seemingly unlimited vacation days and frequent flyer miles, and the world's most interesting Instagram account.) You want to get them something they'll love, something they'll use, and something they might not have already picked up on their travels.  Here are 10 ideas that might just get your newly married friends to stay home long enough to make—and eat!—dinner. Read it on The Kitchn

Friday
May262017

6 Comfy Folding Chairs for $50 or Less

That roast chicken? You've got that totally under control. You're more worried about where all your dinner party guests are going to sit. You don't exactly want to drag patio furniture into the house or roll your computer chair up to the table. We've got you covered!  Here are a handful folding chairs that will look great at the table and then easily get packed away when your company goes home. Read it on The Kitchn.

Wednesday
May242017

10 Great Graduation Gifts for the Kitchen 

You know this all too well: Graduating means leaving the safe bubble of college life and getting cast out into the real world. And this real world comes with real responsibilities. You have to pay rent, you have to go to work, and you have to feed yourself — and preferably not a steady diet of frozen pizza and canned wine.

It's (hopefully) not on you to help the recent college grads in your life pay rent or land a job, but you can help them with that last part. Any of these gifts are practical and long-lasting, which means grads will get tons of use out of them as they make their way through the school of life. Read it on The Kitchn

Monday
May222017

Classy Cocktail Glasses Under $50

If you've been honing your at-home mixology skills, it's only natural that you'd want to show them off to your friends. But don't put in a ton of effort making a classy cocktail only to serve it in a chipped glass or an old plastic cup you stole from the dining hall back in college. Serve it in a proper cocktail glass — one worthy of your creation.

It's possible to stock up on new glasses without breaking the bank — promise! You can get four of these (sold either as a set or individually) and spend less than $50. Read it on The Kitchn

Wednesday
May172017

10 Stylish Bar Carts Under $300

Don Draper brought the bar cart back into style, and even though the show is long over, the trend is still happening. Wanna get the look? We've rounded up 10 sleek bar carts you're sure to love — even if you make a fraction of Draper's fancy salary. Read it on The Kitchn