The kitchen is the center of most homes, making it the most heavily trafficked room and a target for dust, grime and general buildup. Kick off spring cleaning by zeroing in on basic zones for a better kitchen.
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The best way to avoid an accident is to be smart, stay calm and think through a situation. Sometimes that's easier said than done, so here are a few tips to help you safely navigate your way through common kitchen blunders.
Grab a roll of paper towels, because the first step in spillage control is to wipe up — or blot — the excess.
Keeping your pantry organized will help with menu planning and shopping. A quick glance will tell you what you need and what you have space for.
As you plan your Thanksgiving feast, consider what you'll need to host the holiday at home, like seasonal decor and easy entertaining gadgets to put finishing touches on the meal.
Trim your table with a fall-focused spread, no matter if your plans include hosting kids or throwing an elegant celebration.
Check out Food Network's top-five entertaining roundups below to find helpful guides for hosting the ultimate Thanksgiving.
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