Archive for March, 2014

Privacy for your Backyard

Filed in Landscaping by on March 26, 2014
Privacy for your Backyard

No privacy from your neighbors? Does it feel like you are exposed on all sides? Here are some ideas to dress up your lakeside or backyard to gain an “outdoor room” with some privacy.

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The Lake and Home Interview

Filed in Destinations by on March 25, 2014
The Lake and Home Interview

Dave Kaldahl has worked at Fair Hills Resort on Pelican Lake for about 70 years. Yes, you read that right. He started out picking up bits of rubbish when he was a kid, worked as a bus boy…

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Prodyne Fruit Infusion Pitcher

Filed in Kitchen, Food & Wine Products by on March 25, 2014
Prodyne Fruit Infusion Pitcher

Enjoy refreshing flavored water with Prodyne’s Fruit Infusion Pitcher. The acrylic pitcher has a removable fruit infusion rod that screws into the lid, allowing liquids and fruit to mix naturally. Fill with raspberries, lemons or limes! www.creativekitchenonline.com  

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Mexican Lava Molcajete

Filed in Kitchen, Food & Wine Products by on March 25, 2014
Mexican Lava Molcajete

Carved from natural volcanic stone, this beautiful Mexican Lava Molcajete and Pestle from www.KitchenandCompany.com works great for salsas and guacamole! It comes with care and cleaning tips, instructions and recipes.

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Reclaimed Wood Cookbook Stand

Filed in Kitchen, Food & Wine Products by on March 25, 2014
Reclaimed Wood Cookbook Stand

Made in Hungary, this reclaimed wood cookbook stand from Uncommon Goods features reclaimed timber salvaged from old buildings across Europe. Embellished with galvanized metal and finished with natural beeswax or mineral oils, the stand protects pages and touch screens from spills and smudges. www.uncommongoods.com

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Yamazaki’s “Gone Fishin” Flatware

Filed in Kitchen, Food & Wine Products by on March 25, 2014
Yamazaki’s “Gone Fishin” Flatware

Angling for that perfect summer-fun, beachy flatware? Look no further: Yamazaki’s whimsical “Gone Fishin” collection is quite a catch with each piece crafted to look like a fish. Each place setting including a dinner knife, dinner fork, salad fork, tea spoon, and soup spoon. Dishwasher safe with lifetime warranty against manufacturer’s defects. www.thecoastalcupboard.com  

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Silas Vase

Filed in Design & Decor Products by on March 25, 2014
Silas Vase

Bottle vase takes a slight tilt, cascading translucent rivers of raw umber on crisp white porcelain. Hand-applied glaze makes each one unique. www.crateandbarrel.com  

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99 Bottles…

Filed in Design & Decor Products by on March 25, 2014
99 Bottles…

Now these coat hooks are perfect for when you want all the bottles to stay on the wall. Artist Lina Neartonyte-Auste melts down used beverage bottles to transform them into unique coat hooks. www.ona.com

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Culinary Salts of the World

Filed in Kitchen, Food & Wine Products by on March 25, 2014
Culinary Salts of the World

“Whoever said that all salts are pretty much the same, could not have been more wrong. They have different tastes from the naturally occurring minerals, and different textures providing a wealth of satisfaction to the palate,” says Victoria Taylor, founder of Victoria Gourmet. A great gift for the chef or aspiring chef in your life, […]

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Cabernet Wine Gift Trio

Filed in Kitchen, Food & Wine Products by on March 25, 2014
Cabernet Wine Gift Trio

This outstanding collection includes three of our favorite 90 point rated Cabernet Sauvignons hailing from California’s Santa Ynez Valley, Chile’s Colchagua Valley and Australia’s Coonawarra. These three wines are stand out examples of how intricate and amazing new world Cabernet can be. www.wine.com  

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