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Top Five for a Kitchen Reboot

Relish Decor Top 5 Kitchen Reboot Organization

Clean up a cluttered kitchen without sacrificing your style.

The holiday decorations have come down, its time to usher in a fresh start for the new year. You learned some lessons while cooking meals for a crowd, what works in your kitchen and what needs to be changed. What better time to reorganize? We’ve done the legwork to find the prettiest and most practical items to help your cleaning journey. From vintage style storage containers to a tongue-in-cheek tote bag, there’s something for every home. Get ready to turn over a new leaf and read on to see our five favorite organizing items.

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Cookbook Review: Salad Love

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Fast Review: Salad. It’s what’s for dinner.

We all could probably use a little more salad in our lives, but it can be hard to get excited about during these cold months. Especially when all you want is a giant bowl of mac and cheese. Salad Love is here to bring the spark of inspiration back into your salad bowl. After embarking on a year-long journey to come up with a new salad each day using seasonal ingredients, David Bez has compiled over 250 of his favorite recipes into one volume.  Pick up a set of pretty salad plates and read on for the inside scoop on these crunchy, savory meals.

Who’s kitchen would you find it in: heath conscious foodies, vegetarian and vegan cooks, busy professionals who like to pack lunches

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Cookbook Review: One Pan, Two Plates by Carla Snyder

Fast Review: Delicious but fast recipes? Yes. Perfectly portioned for two? Yes. Fewer dishes to clean at the end of the meal? Heck, yes.

One Pan, Two Plates is all about streamlining “from scratch” cooking, with over 70 meals that minimize the damage done to your kitchen while maximizing flavor. Each recipe can be made in less than an hour (often less than thirty minutes) and is perfectly portioned for two (a notoriously difficult number to cook for).  Each meal is complete with side dishes, all prepared in a single pan.

It’s chock full of inspiring recipes that can be made on a busy weeknight, when time is a precious resource and your stomach is growling. The meals are sure to please you and your dining partner, plus you’ll also learn cooking tricks and wine pairing suggestions in the process. Grab a copy to spend more time enjoying your daily meals and less time cleaning up after them.

Whose Kitchen You Would Find It In: Newlywed foodie couples; empty nesters; busy families (the recipes easily double); college grads living on their own for the first time

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