I couldn't agree more with Willow_kender. Just browsing through the recipes made my blood sugar spike. Love baking but some more balanced selection in the breakfast options would be appreciated.
15 Portable and Delicious Weekday Breakfast Baked Goods
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|12/19/11 12:32 PM|
OH PUH-LEAZE!!! This is a great idea, however, not new. My grandmother had the same drawers in her kitchen on a Montana ranch - She had 6 kids, a husband and lots of hired help, and with all of the activity in her kitchen she refilled those drawers each week. She also never had bugs due to the turnover. Keeping things clean was never a problem because the flour and sugar drawers were located at the counter that the work was being done at OR you could take the mixing bowls to the drawers to fill. Germs from scoops ? Never a problem and she left a sifter in the flower box. I made many cakes and cookies in that kitchen during my youth and it was great! Ree's set up is similar and you would never find a cannister that would sit on top of the counter that would hold enough to make it worth the effort to refill. Most of us will never see a fraction of the amount of work that goes on in her kitchen and Ree has done a great job marrying functionality with design.
Kitchen Envy: Pioneer Woman's Sugar and Flour Drawers
|8/8/10 10:40 AM|
I use food grade mineral oil, the type that you can use to condition bamboo cutting boards, to polish away any scratches. It is a miracle - I have found that walnuts don't always work on darker woods and the wood pens can stain if they don't match colors exactly. I use it all over the house to polish cabinets, bannisters, floors (makes it SLICK) but I have yet to find a scratch that it hasn't worked on and it makes the wood come alive.
How To Cover Up Dings in Wooden Furniture Home Hacks | Apartment Therapy San Francisco
|3/2/10 12:24 PM|
I would puree my Tomato Ginger Cream Soup - Perfect for winter weather!
Apartment Therapy The Kitchen | Holiday Gift Bag 2007: Win a Krups Blender
|12/6/07 8:51 AM|
Ooooooo - That's HOT. Love the Green. I would make Pumpernickel with swiss, mayo, horseradish, turkey. Keep it simple.
Apartment Therapy The Kitchen | Holiday Gift Bag 2007: Win a Le Creuset Panini Press and Skillet Set
|12/5/07 8:59 AM|