From Biggie (Lunch in a Box), in San Francisco:
This past summer I totally overhauled the inside of my pantries and refrigerator for a fun yet terrifying photo shoot with Apartment Therapy's kitchen blog. Before the reorganization things were crammed into cabinets willy nilly, and sometimes fell out when I opened the doors. I needed a system that would bring my overstuffed cabinets under control, and help me reach everything on top shelves without pulling out a stepladder.
I was inspired by the super-organized ideas shown in Japanese-language books about freezing and bento lunches, and made liberal use of cheap organizer baskets and trays from dollar stores in San Francisco. I documented the process with before and after photos on my blog, and feedback on what worked for me and what didn't. On the whole, I've been able to maintain the new system with a few adjustments, and my husband seems much less frustrated when he ventures into the kitchen!
On Saturdays, we peek into Other People's Pantries.
Come on -- show us your pantry.
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