The Organized Kitchen: Keep Your Kitchen Clean, Organized, and Full of Good Food - and Save Time, Money, (and Your Sanity) Every Day!

The Organized Kitchen: Keep Your Kitchen Clean, Organized, and Full of Good Food - and Save Time, Money, (and Your Sanity) Every Day!

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by Brette Sember
     
 

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An organized kitchen is the salvation every busy cook needs! You'll save yourself time, money, and stress—all while whipping up delicious, healthy meals your family and friends will love.

From aprons to zesters, this book provides an A-Z of simple shortcuts that will make all the difference, including:

  • Shelf and storage strategies

Overview

An organized kitchen is the salvation every busy cook needs! You'll save yourself time, money, and stress—all while whipping up delicious, healthy meals your family and friends will love.

From aprons to zesters, this book provides an A-Z of simple shortcuts that will make all the difference, including:

  • Shelf and storage strategies
  • Five-minute kitchen feng shui
  • When to clean what—with what
  • The right tools for the right tasks
  • The truth about freezing food
  • Meal plans that really work
  • Ten foolproof, must-know recipes—with endless variations
  • The good-enough stocked pantry
  • Leftovers you'll really want to eat

With tips and tricks from master chefs (think Julia Child's pegboard) and real-life home chefs (think Grandma's ingenious pasta pots), this is the only kitchen/food/life organizer you need to streamline your kitchen—once and for all!

The Organized Kitchen: Because you can minimize cooking time and maximize good taste!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440532627
Publisher:
F+W Media
Publication date:
12/18/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
240
File size:
240 KB

Meet the Author

Brette Sember, the author of The Parchment Paper Cookbook and The Muffin Tin Cookbook, is the owner of the blog www.MarthaAndMe.net, where she informally apprenticed herself to Martha Stewart for a year and reorganized her entire kitchen and other areas of her home, based on Martha's advice. She is a member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals, and the American Society of Journalists and Authors; she was also the recipient of a Mothers at Home Media Award and a Ben Franklin Award finalist.

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The Organized Kitchen: Keep Your Kitchen Clean, Organized, and Full of Good Food - and Save Time, Money, (and Your Sanity) Every Day! 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is well laid out, and organized for easy reading. I cook a lot and wanted to read this before I moved out. It had some great unique ideas to stay organized and clean. Also had some great lists for staple items and foods to keep in the kitchen. For free, you can't beat it. Give it a try.
DeeCO More than 1 year ago
Good reference and ideas for trying to organize that tornado area called our kitchens....always clutter and 'I know I have one of these..." but can't find it....
Anonymous 10 months ago
This book has lots of ideas and suggestions for kitchen organization. Some I already have in place, some won't work for me and other ideas I will implement. All in all this is a great reference tool.
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I was hoping for information on how to logically set up my kitchen. Instead I got information on my Feng Shui and energy flow in the kitchen. I did not find it helpful.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
For me, a kitchen is a daily workplace. I was hoping that this book would somehow make it more efficient and pleasant. Not at all. One of their recommendations for things to to get rid of was the salad spinner. If you only buy bagged salad, that would be fine. For me, it's salad, cooking greens, herbs, etc. They recommended only of most everything. "Just wash it" if you need to use it twice during a prep. Yeah, right. Like I have time during prep. I doubt that the author does much cooking.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
it was ok, nothing really jumped out at me