For the pull out pantry doors, you may want to consider having one side with a back to it so your cans and things don't fall out the other side or cause the drawer to get stuck if they were to shift around in the cabinet as it moves. It also makes it easier for stacking goods as well. My husband and I installed pull out pantry doors like that in our kitchen when we remodeled a few years ago and that's what we did. We love them!
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I'm from Raleigh, NC and they picked Jackson, MS, Baton Rouge, LA, and Montgomery, Alabama. There were several answers I actually would have clicked on more than one if it had allowed me. It didn't and there wasn't an answer choice for 2 answers. I'm surprised that these places were picked because I know my accent isn't as thick as it used to be (I've heard past and present video of me speaking--trust me there's a difference!)
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