Where Am I Able To Discover This Pantry Trolley? — Good Questions

We especially appreciated Day 15's assignment regarding "restocking" the pantry. Unfortunately we both live in single-level homes—mine is a 1949 post-war bungalow-style. SO NO STAIRS under which to put a lovely pantry. We were wondering where to purchase that rolling cart in the picture or where to find instructions on how to build it? (Sis has a clever son we could impose upon.) That cart requires no stairs and could be moved around! http://www.thekitchn.com/where-can-i-find-this-pantry-cart-good-questions-207762

What's Cooking This Weekend? — Weekend of September 6-7, 2014

Food-loving parents with food-loving youngsters. Quick Facts • Who published it: Flying Eye Books • Other highlights: This book is flat-out adorable — I don't care how old you are. http://www.thekitchn.com/big-meals-for-little-hands-by-virginie-aladjidi-caroline-pellissier-amp-marion-billet-new-cookbook-207643

These Adorable Woodland Creatures Will Teach Your Kids to Love Cooking — New Cookbook

For dessert you've got options: go for something a little decadent with a caramel-pear upside down cake or lighter (breakfast-friendly, even) with whipped yogurt with apples and walnuts. http://www.thekitchn.com/moist-and-tender-chicken-breast-cauliflower-fried-rice-caramelpear-upside-down-cake-a-banana-date-smoothie-new-recipes-from-the-kitchn-207720

Moist and Tender Chicken Breast, Cauliflower Fried Rice, Caramel-Pear Upside Down Cake & Banana Date Smoothies — New Recipes from The Kitchn

Eggplant? Or have you moved on to fall? If you're a Kitchn Cure Weekend Warrior , then just one more weekend to go in your project of making your kitchen fantabulous. http://www.thekitchn.com/whats-cooking-this-weekend-weekend-of-september-67-2014-207915

Drink Wine & Help the Napa Valley Wineries Recover from the Earthquake — Food News

Food News It's been almost two weeks since the earthquake that rocked Napa Valley and the surrounding areas in California. And the cleanup is still a long way from over. Aside from donating time or money, there's a way you can help Napa winemakers get back to normal — drink wine. The wine app Delectable has announced that they will waive shipping, donate $1 per bottle, and pass on their profit from the sale directly to the winemaker to help rebuild on wines from the Napa Valley. We love that they are helping the community that means so much to their business. So, if you've been considering ordering a case, now is the time to do it. http://www.thekitchn.com/drink-wine-help-the-napa-valley-wineries-recover-from-the-earthquake-food-news-207774

The 9-Bottle Bar Recipe: The Martinez Cocktail — Drink Recipes from The Kitchn

I'm more excited to cook and have people come over. But just because The Kitchn Cure is done, it doesn't mean the cleaning and upkeep is over. Let's review the 20 minute/30 day cleaning plan for the next month. The first thing I did was print out a few copies of the cleaning plan and put one on my fridge. Having a daily reminder staring me in the face every time I open the fridge will be helpful. http://www.thekitchn.com/liveblogging-the-kitchn-cure-fall-2014-207724