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TikTok creator @sheiskd_ shares her recipe for a natural simmer pot that will make your home smell great before people come over. Lemon, mint, and cinnamon combat other odors.

If you want to make your home smell like every delicious fall dessert, try making this simmer pot from @_forthehome. Oranges, apples, cinnamon, star anise, and clove will make you want to stay in and read on a chilly fall evening.

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TikTok home tips creator @jessicahaizman is ditching her bulky air fryer and Instant Pot for this all-in-one gadget from Carl Schmidt Sohn. This space saver allows you to do everything an Instant Pot can do, from pressure cooking to yogurt making, and has a second lid that allows you to air fry anything.

TikTok creator @purposedrivenmovement shows you how to make a DIY umbrella stand that doubles as a planter for pretty summer flowers using concrete, a bucket, a large planter pot, and a PVC pipe.

TikTok user @veggieglow cuts back on food waste by using herbs and a lemon that are a little past their prime to deodorize her home naturally. Throwing everything into a pot and letting simmer will fill your home with great fragrances.

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Cooking steak in a slow cooker the right way means tender and juicy meat packed full of flavor. Here’s how you can achieve it with your slow cooker at home.

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TikTok creator @skinnytaste is know for her healthy recipes, but she knows you just need some comfort food sometimes too. This easy Instant Pot baked ziti is cheesy, delicious, and done in just 15 minutes.

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This delicious Indian rice dish, vegetable pulao, comes together in minutes in the Instant Pot. If you’re looking for a healthy weeknight dinner full of fresh and dried spices, this recipe from @fatimasfabkitchen is sure to be a hit.

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If you brought pots and urns indoors during the winter, you can take them outside once temperatures are consistently above 45 degrees. Place the plants and flowers in appropriate areas around your patio or deck — some plants need shade, while others require direct sunlight. If you grew plants indoors during winter with a hydroponic garden, make sure you have enough pots or urns if you’d like to replant them outdoors.

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Pruning the stems of a houseplant is just the first step. After a few years, depending on how fast a plant grows, roots will fill a pot until they have no room left to grow. Roots attempting to escape out the drainage hole of a pot is one indication of overcrowding.

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Forget the Instant Pot and pizza night. Treat yourself to a dinner worthy of a king or queen. Check Postmates, UberEats or Grubhub to see what delicious delivery is in your area.

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