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Apr 14,2009
Keeping our lives, and our homes, green is at the top of most lists these days. But just how good are you at being green?   Check out just how green you are living with this fun, informative survey at GoGreenScore.org. Photo courtesy of GoGreenScore.org.    A slice of Americana, "Gadget Nation: A Journey Through the Eccentric World of Invention," is a great gift for gadget lovers. Photo courtesy of Gadget Nation.  Check your score at GoGreenScore.org, a free ... [full story]
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Apr 13,2009
When Shakespeare wrote that a rose by any other name would smell as sweet, he could not have known what would become of the rose. Roses are one of the most sought-after plants in gardens anywhere in the world. If you have been bitten by the rose bug, then you may want to begin  planning a trip to Vancouver, Canada from June 19-21. The Vancouver Rose Society is hosting the 2009 World Rose Show right ... [full story]
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Apr 13,2009
Q: Now that the children have children who come to visit, we realize how cramped and inhospitable our old kitchen/breakfast room is. We are thinking about taking down the wall between the dining room and the kitchen, but that's a pretty bold move. Do we really want everyone in the kitchen at once, much as we love the grandchildren?   Where there was a wall, there's now a way cool open kitchen/great room space for entertaining. ... [full story]
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Apr 13,2009
An easy way to go vegetarian once a week is to incorporate meaty-textured portobello mushrooms into some of your favorite dishes.   Portobello mushrooms are easy to grill and add savory flavor, texture, appetite appeal and nutrients to just about any meal. Photo courtesy of the Mushroom Council.  Mushrooms complement almost any everyday meal. They are easy to saute and add savory flavor, texture, appetite appeal and nutrients to just about anything. Sales of the unglamorous portobello ... [full story]
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Apr 13,2009
If, either on the recommendation of your financial advisor or your own common sense, you are thinking of cutting up your credit cards, it would probably be wise to do so — unless they expired a long time ago and were issued by a defunct company or are of collectible interest for some other reason. The credit card is a relatively recent term; before that they were known as charge plates or coins. These were ... [full story]
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Apr 13,2009
Q: I inherited this single-piece electric toaster from my parents. Decorated with a gazelle on the side, the still-working toaster has a shiny chrome metal finish and its original cord. There is a plate with the words: "Edison Toaster by General Electric Appliance Co. — Patent No. 1551338." My parents had it when I was born in 1931. I have a 1994 magazine article that featured a photo of the same toaster, which was referred ... [full story]
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Apr 06,2009
Q: I am sending a photo of my parents' Singer sewing machine. They purchased it when living in Vermont in the early 1940s. I have had it since the mid-1980s. The cabinet is made of oak, and both the cabinet and the machine are in excellent condition. I still have the instruction booklet, which is dated 1937. Could you please give me an idea of its current value?   A Singer sewing machine, created by Singer ... [full story]
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Apr 06,2009
Even with the virtual lives most of us lead, there's still a place for the old-fashioned board game, be it in long, leisurely, summertime sessions of Monopoly with the family or more manic rounds of Operation, Battleship, Clue or Sorry. As a collecting category, the area is split into two segments: the 19th to early 20th century examples appreciated for their charmingly illustrated box covers, and the more modern games with their bold graphics, prized ... [full story]
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Apr 06,2009
You want to rile Stan Glenn, the master meat cutter at Iowa Meat Farms and Siesel's Old Fashioned Meat? Just mention a roasting chart.   Stan Glenn, shown at Iowa Meat Farms in San Diego, teaches classes on preparing "Center of the Table" roasts. Photo by Bruce K. Huff.  Glenn will mark 50 years in the meat business this summer. He says he learns something new every day, and to impart his ever-expanding wisdom, he and consulting ... [full story]
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Apr 06,2009
Q: Our old house is charming, but it would be more so if the previous owner had not "modernized" by removing most of the woodwork. There are no crown mouldings in the living room, for example. Even the mantel had been stripped out. We're slowly putting some detailing back in place, but my husband is a stickler for authenticity and it will take a long time. What should we do in the meantime?   Placed close ... [full story]
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Apr 06,2009
Savvy homeowners and designers know the quickest, cheapest and most efficient way to spice up those cabinets. You don't need to replace or even paint cabinetry, merely add some new hardware.   HomeCrest Cabinetry's new Signature Collection of hardware delivers personalized style to any home. Photo courtesy of HomeCrest Cabinetry.    HomeCrest Cabinetry's new Portfolio Collection of hardware also personalizes any home. Photo courtesy of HomeCrest Cabinetry.  The new Signature and Portfolio Collections from HomeCrest Cabinetry give that special ... [full story]
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Apr 06,2009
Q: Last year, we had a few trees planted for us and we want to do it again, but this year we are thinking of doing the planting ourselves. What should we do?   A: One of the first things to do before digging any holes in the yard is to call the local utility service that locates your underground wires and pipes. It is usually a free service when you call several days in advance, ... [full story]
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Mar 27,2009
Q: We moved into this home a couple of years ago and it had several flowering vines growing on a variety of trellises. Some are falling apart and need to be replaced. I would like to cut some of the vines down, rebuild the trellises and let them grow back. I am afraid the vines will die or, if they survive, will not climb up the trellis. Is it OK to do this now, while ... [full story]
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