Other People's Pantries #146
From Donna (Learning to Pray), in McLean, Virginia:
I was desperate for space. I cook a lot and have almost as much equipment as I need. (I'm easily attracted to shiny objects and I'm always coveting just one more gadget, pot, knife, serving dish, etc.)
I have a little old townhouse with not enough storage space in my kitchen. However, my front hall closet, which is adjacent to my kitchen, is deep.
I was able to have shelves installed in the hall closet to give me spill-over storage space for kitchen things.
So now I store all of my non-refrigerated food in the hall closet pantry, freeing up all the kitchen cabinet space for cooking and serving equipment.
And now I can see exactly what I've got and I even have a little extra space to buy multiples of things that are on sale. It works!
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