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Kristin Cavallari’s New Kitchen Pantry Is Every Type-A Organizer’s Dream Come True

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Kristin Cavallari gave us a tour of her brand new home kitchen and her pantry, and the items she keeps around are perfect for cooking, baking, and snacking. The Very Cavallari star has plans to change some things around in her new space since she just moved in about three months ago, but so far everything looks like an absolute dream.

The main alteration Kristin hopes to make for her kitchen is turning the stovetop into a full stove range so she can have another oven in her space. She cooks every day, so the extra space would be helpful when she prepares meals. Kristin also makes it a point to leave some things out and about her space.

“I love when kitchens look lived in because that’s real life so I always kind of have stuff out,” she said as she showed off the countertop next to

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Give Your Kitchen The Home Edit Touch with These Genius Space-Saving Fridge Organizers

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If you’re like the rest of the world right now, you’re addicted to every project that The Home Edit turns into neat-freak magic. While you might feel overwhelmed with where to start in your own space, the best piece of advice is take small steps. And one of the best places to start since it’s often the most used place in the home is your kitchen. And now that most of us our all working or learning from home, the fridge in particular is getting a lot of attention these days.

With frequent use, your fridge can become a disaster in just seconds. But never fear, fridge organizers are here! If you’ve been following pro organizers, you know that there are tons of magical fridge organizers to maximize every inch of space in your fridge. From wine organizers to

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Neglected Allison Hill garden will grow food and nurture neighborhood again, organizers hope

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Harrisburg residents will get a preview Friday of a soon-to-be restored garden in the Allison Hill neighborhood.

“Our effort is to restore the entire area and return the whole thing into a functional use,” said Chris Nafe, the city’s sustainability coordinator. “We’re working on gathering resources to make it happen.”

Members of the Greenhouse Working Group have been spending hours preparing the land, raising funds, and educating nearby neighbors on their efforts to bring back the urban garden and eventually a new greenhouse to provide an option for healthy living in the city.

A virtual town hall on the “Greenhouse Transformation Project” is scheduled at noon Friday. It will be streamed to the city’s Facebook page, where residents’ input is welcomed. Some parts of the garden’s plans will start to take shape on Friday.

Planners said there’s an urgency to grow food now. The plot of land has sat near

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