Monday, September 24, 2007

Fun Monday *Recipe*

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Sorry side ways pictures I am having a technical problem.

Inside the cupboard doors I have always kept items of importance or interest. I make cakes so I use my doors near the cake pans to store the images and I write in perma marker the amount each pan holds in cups this helps me when I have a party to do. It is a great time saver.

Party tray examples out of the holiday news adds give me inspiration.


Near the stove/oven I keep lists of temperatures and storage times. Spice lists and lists for the supplements each family member uses both medicinally and also on a daily basis. My brain just won't hold on to all this stiff. It is my brain on the self (or in this case the cupboard door.)




These are my cook books, herbal and health manuals. I have a messy shelf. :)

This is an open file drawer all hand written (some from my own mothers hand as well as my husbands mothers) Many are clipped. I must admit have had very little time to use these the last several years. Usually cook from the palm of my hand. It will be good me get in here for some fresh recipes, although I rarely do follow them. I use a lot of substitutions because of allergies to dairy and wheat. I also like to vary our food source. So I use varied thickeners as opposed to just using corn starch for example.

3 comments:

Denise said...

Thanks for sharing.

Angie said...

My granny used to post some of her cake recipes on her cabinet door....that is where we found her awesome "pound cake" recipe after she passed away.
I LOVE cookbooks! Looks like you have quite a few! I enjoy looking at the great pictures---and try new things sometimes...mainly though, it is desserts that get "trial runs" at our house!

Christine said...

Excellent idea to keep important things in plain view. Instead of trying to search for them under a mountain of papers and recipes.

Thanks for sharing!

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