These are the doors to the kitchen cabinet under my cooktop. They don’t look dangerous, but think again. One day I realized there was a lot of stuff inside I don’t use, so I decided to boldly delve in and take everything out.
See how I even had pans stored in the ovens, how sad is that?
Sorting out a big box of things to donate — great. Finding goofy things I hadn’t seen in ages — if this were a credit card ad, that would be the “priceless” part.
The box was empty of course, but apparently I kept it in remembrance, and through at least 2 moves. This tea would have been worth it for the name alone. Here are some more Golden Harvest varieties… I could do with a cup of Mystic Spice right about now.
Here’s something else I hadn’t seen in a while — my dinosaur muffin pan.
When I first got this, I wondered if there was a way to convert it to make ice-pops. Mainly what I had in mind were “Tricera-pops”.
Oh, and another good thing, once I donated my extra stuff I have room in the cabinet for the pans I used to store in the oven. Now I’ll see how many of the remaining things I really use before the next round of clearing out. It may not be politically correct to say this during Plastic Free July (and by the way there were plastic containers here that I bought before I knew better) but I’d like to put in a good word for my reuseable vinyl shelf paper — all I had to do was take it out and wash it, then put it back. No waste.
Have you had a cabinet explosion lately?
(P.S. — I kept the dino-pan.)
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