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Each week, we’ll be sharing a comprehensive list of links to help you master a cooking technique. Culinary greatness, here you come.
Today: Prepare for the new season (and all the cooking that comes with it) with a freshly-organized kitchen.
With Labor Day officially behind us, we’re slowly starting to accept that summer is coming to an end. And with the new season come changes in weather and produce, so why not give your kitchen a much-needed refresher too? Maybe that means arranging your cookbook collection based on cuisine. Or maybe it means treating yourself to a beautiful new fridge. Either way, before you fully embrace fall, organize the most important room in the house (to better prepare for apple crisps and pumpkin pies, of course). These links will help.
- A neat kitchen is a happy kitchen. Here are 8 ways to keep it that way. (The Kitchn.)
- Once you stock up on fall staples, you’ll want to know how to properly store them. Smart storage lessons part 1 and 2. (Food52.)
- 17 genius tips for clutter elimination and storage streamlining. (Better Homes and Gardens.)
- And finally, 5 golden rules from the queen of organization herself. (Martha Stewart.)
What are your tips for kitchen organization and storage? Tell us in the comments!
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