Alright, that is not a very friendly zen-like title, but I am up to my eyeballs in kitchen clutter and something’s got to give. Looks like that is going to be me. I’ll be donating some of the extraneous utensils hanging about my kitchen to the Big Sisters next time they come around. Perhaps, someone out there is incapable of peeling garlic and needs a special tool to do so. For me, the thought of cleaning this contraption was never worth trying it… hence the tags are still hanging off it.
I’m in the midst of a couple other projects, so the drawers are not getting a full spiffy overhaul like the one featured in Cooking Light this month, but a number of items got the axe today. Basically, if I’ve been pushing it out of the way for years and it never gets used… odds are it never will. Bye, bye to… the garlic peeler, garlic press, some stupid thing I was sent that is supposed to hold a potato so it’s “easier” to peel (no I did not buy it) and a few others.
Admittedly my drawers still look like a wretched version of their before, but it is an improvement. If you would like some savvy tips for serene kitchen drawers, check out the article at the Cooking Light website (http://www.cookinglight.com/healthy-living/home/kitchen-drawer-organizer-00412000079814/) or pick up the Jan/Feb issue. They are obviously far more qualified in this area than myself. I would get an “D-” for a progress report on my “get better organized” resolution so far (and it’s only not an “F”, because I have made some minimal effort…lol).
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