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How to Host a Stress-Free Summer BBQ

Barbecue, BBQ, cookout, picnic—whatever you call your backyard shindigs, they’re an essential part of each summer. While these get-togethers are meant to be laid back, we all know that hosting can be anything but relaxing. Luckily, with a few smart…

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Genius Pantry Organization Ideas That’ll Change Your Life

A more organized pantry means less time looking for things and throwing out expired products—here’s our list of favorite hacks you can start doing today.

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18 Stain Removal Hacks You Need to Know About

From red wine to paint to mystery-grease, we polled our Red Tricycle editors for their top stain-removing tips.

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17 Unique Upcycled Crafts for Kids

These DIY projects for kids will give new life to your recyclables.

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23 Gift-Wrapping Hacks That Make You Look Like a Pro

Whether you run out of tape, bows or need to wrap that odd-sized gift, we’ve got the tricks that’ll get you through.

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Never Run Out of Hand Sanitizer Again with This New Product

The keychain-sized bottle is saving the ocean!

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S’mores Science Project: A Sweet Conclusion

Learn how to make s’mores by harnessing the energy of the sun!

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Check Out the Chic & Compact Bugaboo Bee 5 Stroller

There’s something new buzzing around from Bugaboo! It’s small but mighty, and it’s a no-brainer for on-the-go city families.

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7 Sensory Arts & Craft Projects for Children with Autism

Children diagnosed with autism tend to struggle with sensory stimulation, from the touch, noise, taste, or other sensitivities. Here are 7 sensory arts and crafts activities are designed to help overcome sensory difficulties.

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Three Truly Great Pieces of Baby Gear

For more than ten years, Nuna has been designing safe, intuitive products that look and function beautifully. Here are three worth a close look.

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Introducing the COVE aire™, Nuna’s New 3-in-1 Play Yard

Your growing baby deserves the best. And, you deserve some much needed shuteye. Get both with Nuna’s new COVE aire™.

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When Pink Lost a Grammy Award, Her Kids Rallied in the Cutest Way Possible

It wasn’t a lifetime achievement award, but this Grammy Award might be even better.

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Protected: Be Inspired by Bugaboo’s Latest: The Lynx Stroller

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Affordable Bakeware You’d Be Proud to Serve From

The season of baking and entertaining comes right along with the chill in the air. Impress yourself (and your friends and family) with these adorable baking pans that are cute enough to eat right out of!

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Funniest Parenting Tweets of the Week: May 25, 2018

When you weren’t trying to listen to a robot’s recording of Yanny and Laurel this week (it was SO Yanny), you were probably chasing around the kiddos. But it’s time to sit back and relax. Take some time for yourself…

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Comfort Food’s Calling: Easy Cheesy Ground Beef Casserole

Warm up from the inside out with this delish casserole from Grits and Pinecones.

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Mac and Cheese Heaven Found in the Heart of Potrero Hill

Calling all mac and cheese connoisseurs! There’s a brand new restaurant in SF specializing in the gooey, crispy, cheesy delicacy.

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Freestyle Scootering: An Extreme Sport for Little Thrill Seekers

Skate parks aren’t just for skateboards anymore. We’ve got the inside scoop on this exciting sport as well as tips and tricks and the best places to shred around Seattle.

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A Cowboy Hat You Can Easily Make at Home

If you’ve got an hour then you’ve got time to make a hat for your little buckaroo. Giddy up!

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Pop Shops: Locally-Sourced Father’s Day Finds

From handcrafted wares he can wear to fun, foodie finds—celebrate Dad this Father’s Day with some locally-made loot.

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Imagine That: Kidspace Has A New Exhibit

If you can imagine it, you can build it, at the new Imagination Workshop for kids at Kidspace.

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Build It: A Compost Bin for Rotting Pumpkins

Got rotting pumpkins? Us too. Read on to find out how our friends at Built by Kids created a compost bin and how you can do the same thing–in just a few steps.

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Easy Hoisin Glazed Salmon

Hoisin sauce is a staple of Chinese cooking, prepared with soybeans, garlic, chile peppers, and spices. It adds a flavorful, authentic Asian touch to numerous dishes and pairs especially well with salmon and can be bought in most grocery stores…

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Quick and Delicious Chocolate Truffles

Chocolate truffles are much easier to make than most people think.  In fact, they are so simple, my kid has the ingredients and process memorized.  Given the time of year, it’s kind of nice to have these lying around.  A…

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Fresh Strawberry Cake (Gluten-Free!)

I can’t imagine a spring birthday without a strawberry cake. It has been the cake of choice for my girls, and my guys love it, too. And we’re all in favor of this gluten-free version. I think it’s even more…

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Classic Tomato Soup

This is a hybrid of various recipes we’ve tried over the years. We like the combination of roasted and fresh tomatoes. It’s very tomato-y and the sherry gives it a nice boost. Good to pack in school lunches in a…

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The Breakfast Burrito Wrap-Up

There must be something magical about breakfast burritos, because no matter what your morning entails, once that warm aluminum bundle hits your hand, things start seeming a lot brighter. If you were hungover, had your boss on your case, just…

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Quick & Easy Kids’ Recipe: Chicken Tikka Skewers

Want to try cooking Indian food for your little gourmet? Here’s a simple but very delicious chicken recipe that will disappear quickly from the plates! Mild curry flavors combined with the fun of eating off of a stick, make this…

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Sweet-Salty-Spicy Glazed Corned Beef

I remember eating and not liking corned beef as a kid. Stringy meat, limp cabbage…UGH. A few years ago though, I finally discovered a corned beef technique that made a believer out of me. Especially when I started to think…

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Embroidery Thread Easter Eggs

This is a super fun project to create beautiful decorations for a festive Spring or Easter table. Do note: it’s a bit on the messy side, so you might want to plan accordingly and cover your counter or table before…

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Quick and Easy Popsicle Maker

Cool Off with Healthy Homemade Popsicles This Summer

Zoku Quick Pop Maker from Williams Sonoma

Everyone thinks of making their own popsicles once San Francisco summer comes around, but who has the patience to wait for them to freeze?  Definitely…

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