Rashmi Jameela. kitchen. November 05th , 2017.
I have had some interesting conversations with my great Boomer friend, Bill (aka, Chef Bill), an extraordinarily talented and conscientious amateur cook. Bill has a few simple rules including but not limited to
One of the ways to keep your kitchen organized is to take the time after grocery shopping to make sure similar items will be stored together. The next time you are ready to go to the grocery store, your new organization will help you figure out what you need to buy, and will stop you from buying items you already have on hand. Also, mark the expiration date large, so you can see it easily. You can get a permanent marker and write the expiration date on the top of the can. When stacking the canned and jarred food, be sure to rotate the new food to the back, keeping the food with the shortest expiration date up front.
The same theory goes with spices. Try to split spices up in a specific order to avoid confusion. Devise a scheme for sorting your spice rack that can be easy to follow. A popular concept is to alphabetize the items, but many individuals may also sort by type. If you cook frequently, then organizing by variety should work well for you because it allows you to place similar spices in close proximity to each other. If you do not cook often, then alphabetizing your spices can make creating a meal much more manageable since you can find the spice you need quickly.
Located in a prime location in Southern California, this hotel with picturesque surrounding is all a traveler can ask for. You can spend your day having fun at the Laguna Beach or the Wild Rivers Waterpark that are situated nearby; come back and enjoy the food of your choice by cooking in the kitchenette. By the way, they offer free local calls so enjoy that, too, if you have locals to talk with!
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