Posts in Tips & Tricks
College Eating

Like thousands of college students, Orielle Heilicher is headed back to school. That means no more home cooking, picnics with planned produce or healthier family gatherings. Orielle’s tips for trading in the Freshmen 15 for a healthier college lifestyle, just might come in handy for all of us!

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Stupid-Simple Ways to Declutter Your Kitchen

Jason Brick at Thrillist.com reminds us that the worst part about having a kitchen-besides plumbing mishaps and accidental fires-is all the damn gear. Your drawers turn into jumbled mine fields full of stuff you don’t remember how to use, and your cabinets start to overflow with novelty coffee mugs and shot glasses from a vacation you’d rather forget.

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Gifting for Grads + Weddings

You know you’re in good company when a topic you’ve been pondering, pops up in multiple conversations, over a very short period of time. That’s been my recent experience regarding the topic of “how much to spend and what to buy for graduation gifts and wedding gifts.”

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The Non-Toxic Cleaning Products You Should Be Using In Your Kitchen

You want a clean house but there are so many cleaning products that are not good for you or the environment. Lisa Elbert provides a list of non-toxic choices, all the while, not compromising the cleanliness factor!

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Inside Namkeen, Denver's Newest Indian Street Food Concept

Through her stall in Zeppelin Station, Reddy is bringing downtown Denver a taste of South India they didn’t even know they needed. “Most places serving Indian food in Denver seem restricted by what they think diners are familiar with,” said Reddy. “We're excited to be bringing something personal to the city with Namkeen, and we're holding very little back.” 

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