Whether you've got an amazing spice rack, an adorable way to display cookbooks, or an awesome marble counter, snap a photo. Then upload it to the Savory Sights group in the YumSugar Community. I'll be featuring the most inspiring kitchens here on YumSugar, so start sharing now!
TulaneJeff lives in New Orleans where he has a modest-sized kitchen with lovely green walls and black granite countertops. It's expertly organized with matching storage jars and neat stacks of white plates. What I love most are the little details: the fish-related artwork, the bottle cap collection, the voodoo dolls, and the always party-ready Mardi Gras beads.
It's these special touches that bring Jeff's kitchen to life. To check it out, read more
Last week I showed you how I've organized the kitchen cabinets in my new studio. Now I want you to share your kitchen with us! Whether you've got an amazing spice rack or simply a beautifully arranged baking shelf, like YumSugar's shown here, snap a photo. Then upload it to the Savory Sights group in the YumSugar Community.I'll be featuring the most inspiring kitchens here on YumSugar, so start sharing now! Be sure to read this participation tutorial to learn more about uploading photos. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us because we'd love to see you join the YumSugar Community.
Although it's still incredibly cold out, there's a light at the end of the Winter tunnel. It's the first day of March, and that means Spring is just around the corner! From St. Patrick's Day to the arrival of asparagus, this month is a celebration of being green. To help you make the most of it, we've rounded up the items we are currently obsessing about. Here are our must haves for March.
Finally, I've officially moved in, start to unpack, and realize that my new kitchen only has one drawer. One drawer. With all my serving ware, utensils, bar tools, random gadgets (egg poacher, immersion blender, etc.), and food storage (foil, parchment paper, saran wrap, etc.), I definitely need more than one drawer. What should I do? Put a dresser in the kitchen?
Get a food storage shelving unit? Help readers! I would love to hear your advice.
Thanks to Say Cheese!, my weekly series featuring different types of cheese, the charcuterie drawer in my refrigerator is full of cheese. However, when the packaging is removed and the cheese is partially grated, many of them look the same. To ensure that I don't confuse the pecorino with the parmesan, I've started labeling them.
Here's how you do it: instead of writing out the cheese's entire name, simply write the first initial, like A for asaigo or R for romano. For easy identification, use a thick, colored Sharpie. Place the labeled cheese in the drawer with the initial facing up.
Are you an avid cheese eater? How do you distinguish one opened cheese from the other?
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