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post #21 of 25
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Great planning Case, make sure the 'bottles' are low enough so when you are crawling, you can still reach them. I just noted the nuts.... thats some fine priortizing!! Maybe add a lar of smoked jerky and a bag of pretzels?


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post #22 of 25
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Great planning Case, make sure the 'bottles' are low enough so when you are crawling, you can still reach them. I just noted the nuts.... thats some fine priortizing!! Maybe add a lar of smoked jerky and a bag of pretzels?

 

Very good idea.  Maybe also add a pillow and one of those emergency blankets. 

 

T

post #23 of 25
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Guys!!

 

This is exactly the inspiration I needed.

 

We have a narrow cabinet next to the stove, and I've thought about the small Lazy Susans, but it seems things always fall off and get caught in the dead space corners.

 

I like your builds wyphoneman, stickyfingers, and dirtsailor.  The DW put a closet shoe holder on the back of our pantry door, similar to sticky fingers.  Perhaps it needs to be replaced with a spice rack.  Maybe a hybrid of wyphoneman and stickyfingers...

 

Anyways, thanks for the ideas!!

post #24 of 25
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I built this and it bolts on to the back on a closet door in our kitchen.

 

 

I like this too! Nice work. Wish I had a pantry door, the nearst door I could do that with is the linen closet in the bathroom. Don't mind me just getting some Chipotle powder!

post #25 of 25
Some great and inspirational ideas here. Kudos to those who built cabinets and racks.

I took a simpler solution. I noticed that we never go in the cabinets over the refrigerator. So I removed the clutter that was on top of the reefer and placed 2 double stacks of Sterilite plastic bins. I now have four ~16x22 drawers that are easy to access. I store my Food Saver and plastic in one with my rubber gloves. The other three have dry and wet spices. I also placed one of the drawers on the bottom shelf of the cabinet next to the range. In it I have my back up A1, soy sauce, and Worcestershire and a bottle or 3 of hot sauce. Simple, easy and relatively inexpensive. Better still, it resolved an ongoing argument between DW and me about the use of space.
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