What’s the origin of “buffet”?

The term buffet originally referred to the French sideboard where the food was served, but eventually became applied to the form. The buffet became popular in the English-speaking world in the second half of the 19th century after the Swedes had used the smorgasbord in New York. The word is still borrowed into the English language.

What is the Dirtiest of them all?

What is the Dirtiest of them all?

"Try tossing your linens and clothes into the wash with a tablespoon of salt. The chloride will help seal the color in and keep it looking fresher longer. It works for rugs, it works for scarves, it works for anything that’s machine washable."

— apartment therapy

(Source: Apartment Therapy)