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If you have a teeny, tiny kitchen, you might think that having an island — that dreamy ideal of extra space and storage — is impossible. But you’d be wrong. There are smart ways to wedge an island into a small kitchen, and to make it work extra hard. Here are five of our favorite ways that an island can fit in a little space.

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When I’m on dessert duty for any party, I look for simple, seasonal recipes that are made to feed a crowd (or can be easily scaled up to do so), and will be a hit with the whole crew. For Halloween, you can’t go wrong with big-batch crowd-pleasers like candy corn Rice Krispies treats, a festive sweet and savory party mix, or spooky frosted brownies.

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From Apartment Therapy → Before & After: An Unbelievably Chic Rental Kitchen Makeover

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Mason jars are essential for canners. They’re also a favorite storage container for everything from dry goods to soups to cute little salads you put in your purse. But they do have a couple flaws when you’re working in multiples: They don’t really stack (unless you’re really, really careful and basically never touch or walk by them!), they’re heavy to move around, and they’re fairly bulky compared to, say, a plastic storage container.

Enter: Mom’s Mason Jar Hanger, a Kickstarter campaign we’re super bummed didn’t get funded.

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If you’re speeding up dinner prep with the pressure cooker function on your Instant Pot, there is one small but very important detail you’ll want to take care of before you can walk away to let this wonder pot do its thing. Can you guess what it is?

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Baking supplies are tricky to store. Maybe you have a couple dozen types of sprinkles and you’re not sure where to keep them? Or a few cookie cutters that don’t seem to have a home? Or just one whisk that always jams up the drawer? Whether you’re an avid baker or just starting to dabble, we found all sorts of brilliant ideas to help you organize your treat-making supplies.

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If your goal this Halloween is hosting a super-festive party that will keep your friends talking, you’re going to have to go beyond the fun-size candy bars and chips and dip. The good news is that it doesn’t have to take a ton of time, effort, or money to pull it off. From pumpkin beer floats to skillet s’mores, these 10 sweet treats are just what your Halloween party needs.

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From drug stores to supermarkets to big-box stores, Halloween candy is everywhere right now (and has been since the 4th of July, it seems). Good thing, considering you need to stock up for the neighborhood kids. How do you know what’s a scary-good deal and what’s more of a trick, though?

Earlier this week, we ran a story on the three best places to get Halloween candy. The post included a general rule of thumb: Never pay more than $20 for four pounds of candy. Ideally, you can pay closer to $15 and get even more candy. These deals — all on Amazon — definitely follow that rule.

Bonus: These picks only feature the good candy. None of that gross stuff that kids don’t actually want (looking at you, orange-and-black-wrapped peanut butter chews!).

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Look real closely at this cutting board. Do you notice anything about it? Perhaps the way the juices are pooling in the center of the board (versus dripping all over the place)?

This Architec Gripperwood Concave Cutting Board, which is currently on sale, is specially designed to keep meat and juices in the center.

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Welcome to a column from The Financial Diet, one of our very favorite sites, dedicated to money and everything it touches. One of the best ways to take charge of your financial life is through food and cooking. This column from TFD founders Chelsea Fagan and Lauren Ver Hage will help you be better with money, thanks to the kitchen. A version of this post originally appeared on The Financial Diet.

I’m coming in hot with some more grocery content this week, as a part of my ongoing journey to get better with food. The people I nanny for constantly joke that I never eat, and it was rightfully pointed out in the comments section of a recent post that my boy and I don’t seem to eat very much — we get lazy and cheap sometimes, and just shrug and skip dinner. Not good!

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