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Rev-A-Shelf - 5CW2-1222-CR - 12 in. Pull-Out 2-Tier Base Cabinet Cookware Organizer
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Rev-A-Shelf - 5CW2-1222-CR - 12 in. Pull-Out 2-Tier Base Cabinet Cookware Organizer by Rev-A-Shelf

  • Designed for a Cabinet that is 15" width (B15) from outside to...
  • Adjustable dividers to accommodate different sizes of cookware &...
  • Package Contents:(1) Chrome two-tier cookware organizer, dividers...

Lynk Professional Roll Out Under Sink Cabinet Organizer - Pull Out Two Tier Sliding Shelf - Chrome - Multiple Sizes
£62.68
Lynk Professional Roll Out Under Sink Cabinet Organizer - Pull Out Two Tier Sliding Shelf - Chrome - Multiple Sizes by Lynk

  • 2 tier slide out shelves organize those difficult under sink areas...
  • Proprietary Easy Mount design installs in minutes with no measuring
  • Professionally engineered with commercial quality steel and chrome...

Lynk Professional Roll Out Pan Lid Holder - Pull Out Kitchen Cabinet Organizer Rack - Chrome
£48.21
Lynk Professional Roll Out Pan Lid Holder - Pull Out Kitchen Cabinet Organizer Rack - Chrome by Lynk

  • Patented ProGlide industrial-grade ball bearing glide system...
  • Professionally engineered with commercial quality steel and chrome...
  • Also holds trays, baking pans, cookie sheets and cutting boards

Tap Kitchen Mixer – Auralum® 360 ° REMOVABLE Kitchen and Bathroom Mixer Tap with Swivel Spout Kitchen Sink Taps Mixer A Waterfall of Basin Chrome (for Hot and Cold Water)
£138.00
Tap Kitchen Mixer – Auralum® 360 ° REMOVABLE Kitchen and Bathroom Mixer Tap with Swivel Spout Kitchen Sink Taps Mixer A Waterfall of Basin Chrome (for Hot and Cold Water) by Auralum

  • Function: Kitchen Sink Mixer, swivel spout with removable handle...
  • Material Brass, corrosion resistance, durable
  • Very easy for installation, even for the layman

Glideware 14in 5-Hook Organizer Blum Soft Close Gray
£207.17
Glideware 14in 5-Hook Organizer Blum Soft Close Gray by Glideware

  • SYNCHRONIZED MOTIONTM and weighted hooks keeps cookware quiet while...
  • 100 lb full extension Blum TANDEM soft-close drawer slides...
  • Overall height including zinc hooks is 5" Extra hooks may be...

'Show Me a Hero' Recap: Parts Five & Six - Flavorwire

I should’ve been. after all, I’d read this piece by Alyssa Rosenberg , which beautifully captures the way director Paul Haggis subtly conveys, in his staging and compositions, the series’ theme of how the pride in one’s home is the unspoken bond that all its... She writes about the scene, earlier in that episode, where community organizer Bob Mayhawk (the exquisite Clarke Peters) comes to the door of Mary Dorman (Catherine Keener) and asks for her help. “Mayhawk takes exquisite care with the home Mary loves so much,” Rosenberg notes, “wiping his shoes carefully on her doormat, brushing up the crumbs from the pie she offers him and depositing them back on the plate so they won’t sully her rug. ” But later in the episode, there’s a symbolic bookend to that scene. Mary joins Mayhawk’s committee, and as part of her work on it, she’s part of a group visiting perspective tenants for the new townhomes in their current residences—in the projects. The hallways seem to confirm her worst fears about the kind of people who dwell there (“What are the bad stairwells for. But once she enters those apartments, she sees these people. She sees their families. She sees their photos. She sees their tea sets, for God’s sake. And when one of the women puts a teacup with a tiny chip in its rim in front of Mary, she quickly switches it with her own, because she wants her guest to have the good one. It’s the tiniest moment. And it absolutely wrecks you. The full transformation of Mary Dorman, from an angry voice at city council meetings to an ally and supporter of the townhouse tenants, is the more predictable outcome of Hero ’s final two parts. we sort of saw it coming from the beginning, as Dorman wasn’t some sort of cartoon villain, and it’s written and played with the delicacy and subtlety required to make it work. The more surprising outcome is that of Nick (Oscar Isaac), presumably the “hero” of the title. There comes a moment, about midway through the final part, when it becomes clear how thoroughly writers David Simon and William F. Zorzi are going to thwart expectations—because we’ve seen stories like this, and we know how it goes. Sure, he’s felled by hubris and angling for affirmation, his actions clearly motivated not by doing the right thing now, but by confirming that he did the right thing before. He wants the kudos, but not the complexity. That’s what puts him into the back of the room. Source: flavorwire.com

Lawrenceburg skillet toss wins crowds - Columbia Daily Herald

LAWRENCEBURG — Whether contestants throw it, toss it, pitch it or just chunk it, they all have one goal in mind — sending the 10-inch cast iron skillet farther than anyone else. Sometimes, it’s not as easy at it looks, but the contest certainly was a crowd pleaser at the 19th Annual Crossroads of Dixie Antique Tractor Show last month. The skillet toss — a standard of the Crossroads of Dixie show for the past six years —became one of the main features after heavy rains forced officials to cancel both the slow tractor race and a tractor pull. Organizer Russel Counce said the entire event usually attracts about 15,000, but this year’s attendance totaled about 8,000 due to the weather. The toss is a female-only event in which contestants age 4 to 100 compete to see how far they can send the skillet flying. The only rule is that contestants can not step over a designated line as they toss their skillet. The event, although an interesting game to watch, can also be dangerous as the skillets sometimes find unintended targets, like spectators or journalists who get too close for their own good. “I just threw it,” said Wendy James, an Alabama native who claimed first prize in the 31 to 45 age group. “My husband told me to pretend he was out there. Each contestant approached the event with their own personal technique. Some would swing the skillet a few times before making a toss, stepping forward in hopes of giving the iron projectile an extra push of centripetal force. Others would use their brute strength to launch the skillet with feet planted firmly to the ground. But not matter what method used, contestants who mastered the timing of the whole process seemed to be the most successful. The game’s history is not entirely clear. Some accounts claim the event began during the times of the westward traveling pioneers, when women would pass the time away competing to see who could throw their cookware the farthest while waiting for their husbands to return. Another story — perhaps more unnerving to some — is that those women who showed a talent for throwing their skillets with both power and accuracy might have gained the upper hand in their marriages. And yet organizer Felecia Nix said there just had to be an alternative to a tractor pull. “We wanted something for the women to participate in,” the competition’s organizer Felecia Nix said. Competitors were divided. Source: columbiadailyherald.com

For Your Home: Don't be afraid to mix metals in the kitchen - The Union Leader

There was a time when we thought stainless steel appliances had to set the tone for all the metal finishes in the kitchen. Designer Michelle Workman proves that a well-planned design can incorporate just about any color or type of metal finish. In one of her designs, the stove anchors the theme. It has a black porcelain body, brass controls and stainless steel trim. The shade of gray for the cabinets is key. It’s a warm gray with brown, not blue, undertones. The cooper cookware collection suspended from a stainless steel bar brings a warm glow that works with the brass hardware. Workman completed the look by adding a gold-framed mirror over the kitchen writing desk. The black bar stools and desk chair bring the commanding hue of the range full circle. Getting colors to work together is all about how one tone enhances another. Designers proved that point in decorating a show house for the Junior League of High Point and Traditional Home magazine. The kitchen of the show house is stunning. Black painted cabinets and woodwork are sitting pretty on a natural wood-tone floor. White subway tiles are classic and make the perfect backdrop for black. White countertops create a transition for the subway tiles. The appliances are stainless steel, but the cabinet hardware is gold. The light fixtures are a deeper brass tone. The look works because it is rich in color, drawing from the black, brown and warm brass hardware. The only introduction of pattern is in the black-and-white window treatment and the kitchen stools. Wood-tone stools bring the warm, natural tone up off the floor and into the landscape of the room. Appliances, for the most part, need to be stainless steel. If you don’t want metal, consider wooden fronts that match your cabinetry. Stainless steel sinks for serious cooks are durable and so much easier to keep clean. Ranges have become statement pieces. Many of the high-end brands offer choices of colors, knobs and more to help coordinate. What doesn’t work. Mixing warm and cold tones. Understand the mood of the room as you start to pull together all the elements. If you are creating a chic, contemporary kitchen and want to work with gray or white, make them cool colors with blue or black undertones. Use shiny metals instead of brushed or patina tones. Source: www.unionleader.com

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    08/31/15 ,via Flavorwire

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    09/06/15 ,via Columbia Daily Herald

    Wendy James of Alabama makes her first prize winning throw in the Women 31 to 45 Skillet Toss at the Crossroads of Dixie Antique Tractor Show and Pull in Lawrenceburg on Aug. 22. (Staff photo “My husband told me to pretend he was out there.” Each

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