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  • SwapItGreen, online bartering in the age of recycling

     
    SwapItGreen is an online yard sale where you can list your wares and get new stuff รข?? no signs or weekend drives required. Once you're signed up, you earn points for selling items, then trade those points for belongings from others in the network. By...
  • Ottomans come to the table

    IT isn't a couch — those have backs and arms, don't they? And when was the last time you saw a button-tufted, leathercovered cocktail table? So what is this large upholstered entity sprouting like an irradiated tuffet in so many Los Angeles homes?...
  • Here's to love (and lunch)

    Here's to love (and lunch)
    It's a shorter road than one might think from wedding-phobe to frenzied lady with a checklist and dream for that special day. Trust me. I've traveled it. I used to hear about extravagant wedding parties and think, "They're idiots," then reel off things...
  • The tool: masher

    Potatoes are done when they almost mash themselves: You poke one with a fork and it softens to a paste. But to get the maximum smoothness with a whole potful, you need the right tool. Some people prefer a ricer, but a masher is quick and easy and also...
  • Roasting pans: Stick with these

    When we say shallow, strong and able to take the heat, we're not describing the guy at the head of your Thanksgiving table. We're talking about roasting pans — and every serious cook needs a good one. That means a pan that conducts heat well, one...
  • Where to find turkeys

    We shopped in local markets and by mail order for the turkeys roasted in the Times Test Kitchen. Here are some turkey sources, as well as Web sites and toll-free phone lines for poultry companies and organizations providing last-minute cooking advice....
  • Room to stretch out in Rancho Cucamonga

    Once a small-town stop on famed Route 66, the city is booming thanks in part to the recent opening of another roadway — a 14-mile extension of the 210 Freeway that has eased commutes into Los Angeles from this city on the western edge of San...