You know the one I'm talking about. That cabinet that is right above the refrigerator and too high to even reach and if you could, the refrigerator is in the way to really use it.
As I looked up at it and all the dust that it accumulates the other day, I decided it was time to change it up a little.
That's right, I ripped the doors off and filled it with old cookbooks that I had stuffed in another cabinet. Now that I think about it, I spent one whole morning moving "stuff" from one cabinet to another. At least this one is much more pleasant to look at now.
That red Betty Crocker Cookbook was actually a wedding shower present and the Taste of Home was a present from Brandon a couple of years ago. I love it!
In the basket are newspaper clippings that my mom had of recipes and an old cookbook from my grandma.
My mom had actually saved her book from her first mixmaster. I still remember that old thing sitting out on the kitchen counter as I was growing up.
I truly treasure this old cookbook from my grandma. You can sure tell her and then my mom used it a lot!
Where else could you possibly learn the correct way to fry in fat?
Or how about a fritter or two?
Yes, it's not much, but definitely an improvement!