Kitchen Cure Wrap-Up: Happy Graduation!

Fall 2010 Kitchen Cure

Cure-takers, you put four weeks of hard work in and, if all went according to plan, your kitchen is clean, healthy and organized. Dare I say that means you're ready to take on holiday cooking? Whatever your cooking plans are in the next few weeks, you can be sure you're going in with a kitchen in tip-top shape.

There were over 2,500 of you on this journey and so many of you participated. I know not everyone is done, but I encourage you to stay the course. Join the leagues who are finished and cheering you on from their sparkling, organized, cheerful kitchens.Hopefully some of you have thrown celebratory dinner parties, and others are deep in the planning stages. Maybe you're hosting Thanksgiving this year as a way to celebrate your refreshed kitchen.

Let us know about it. Upload photos to the Kitchen Cure Flickr page, or shoot me an email with some images and a description of your graduation celebration.

Here's something fun you can do to share your Kitchen Cure success: share with us one improved part of your kitchen. Fill this form out by next Monday and we'll feature your progress on Tuesday.

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And if you're still chipping away at it, keep going. The rewards at the end are numerous.

(Images: Flickr member SeaShell_1 and Flickr member TheHungryHungryHungryHippo)

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Sara Kate is the founding editor of The Kitchn. She co-founded the site in 2005 and has since written three cookbooks. She is most recently the co-author of The Kitchn Cookbook, to be published in October 2014 by Clarkson Potter.

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