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    Fortunately I just found out from the Shaker Heights housing inspector that everything passed inspection and that all of the violations have been successfully corrected. David did an excellent job in coordinating and assuring high-quality work on all of the many projects that were done here. We will definitely use Reilly Painting again in the future for other projects.

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  • Trouble-Free Thanksgiving Tips

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    Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and as much as the Thanksgiving TV commercials strive to show a perfect and happy family, we all know that there are some hectic scenarios that might just come up. How about we try and avoid them this year. Take a look at some of these tips to help get you through the holiday, and allow you to relax, eat way too much and be a slob on the couch with the entire family:


    Problem: You got everything inside the refrigerator, but closing the door is another story.

    Solution: Empty the refrigerator of all but the essentials. “I’ve found so many things in people’s refrigerators that don’t need to be in there, like vinegars and jars of unopened jellies,” says Jennifer Clair, owner of Home Cooking New York, in New York City.

    Problem: You have six cookbooks open and you still can’t find that recipe for sweet potatoes.

    Solution: Cut through the clutter and make copies of recipes or print them out from the Web.

    Problem: You take the turkey out as soon as the button pops, but the bird is always overcooked.

    Solution: “Throw away the pop-up timer that comes with the turkey,” says Clair. These timers typically go off somewhere between 190° and 200° F, producing meat that is beyond done. (Keep in mind that the turkey will continue to cook after it is removed from the oven.)

    Read more at Real Simple 

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