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5. Baking Supplies:
Cookie sheets and muffin tins belong together near the oven.
6. Preparation: Store
cutting boards, peelers and knives together near an island or food prep
7. Clean Up: Keep storage
containers and wraps near the sink for easy after dinner clean up.
Store only a week's supply of containers, with lids on, for easy
retrieval. Keep a back up supply with your holiday decorations.
8. Pantry/Food Storage: Try
to set up a pantry near your kitchen (closet, rolling cart, shelving
unit) for food storage. If that's not possible, keep similar food
items stored together in the kitchen.
9. Serving Pieces: Store
serving bowls, trays, cutlery and plates near the table. Keep
beverage glasses near the fridge or sink since you'll fill them before
placing them on the table.
10. Information Area:
Fill a folder with take-out menus, kitchen appliance manuals, important
phone numbers and your meal planner. Place it in a drawer or
attach it to the inside of a cabinet.
It's important to remove from your kitchen any item(s) you don't
use regularly. Consider storing holidays cooking items with
holiday decorations. Sort through cooking utensils and get rid of
duplicates. It's easy to organize a kitchen once you understand
the ten basic parts.
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