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 Radio: Butcher Blocks
Kitchen

Radio: Butcher Blocks

The original butcher blockers were literally blocks up to sixteen inches thick: hard rock maple pieces were often dovetailed together for extra strength, set end-grain up to take the maximum beating in the time when meat was cut and packed by hand.

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Kitchen

Get the Look: Country Kitchen

While country kitchens can range from traditional farmhouse to something more sophisticated, they all share certain fundamental design, color, and style characteristics. Here's how you can get the look of a country kitchen in your home.
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Kitchen

Radio: Fixing Chipped Stove Enamel

There's something so crisp and clean about a kitchen with a traditional, white porcelain enamel stove. Fortunately, it's not too hard to repair the inevitable scratches and dings, and get your stove looking as good as new.
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Kitchen

Guide to Kitchen Countertops

Let our handy guide to kitchen countertop materials help you pick the right countertop material for your needs. After all, the type of counter you choose has a big impact on your kitchen's appearance and functionality.
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