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    Default Really really important question

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    What do you keep in the corner cupboard in your kitchen? Assuming you have one that is.

    I find this cupboard so inacessable, and I'm rearranging my kitchen.

    Like I said, it's really important

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    Mugs and cups in 1 corner, and platters/pyrex dishes & baking dishes etc in the other.

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    It would depend if it is in easy reach or not. In corner cupboards I usually put stuff that I use rarely. But if it's a cupboard u can get to easily u could put the cups and plates as suggested above.

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    ThE only decently sized cupboard in my kitchen is one of those annoying corner ones. Unfortunately it is where I keep all the saucepans and baking things.

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    supastar - that's what I've got in there at the moment, and it's always really awkward getting things in and out.

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    My thermoservers and 2nd bowl on one shelf and my varoma on the other, toaster in the top shelf of the other side, the back of the corner is empty. I only have one corner and loads of cupboard space, looove my thermy got rid of all the cr@p that was clogging my cupboards

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    Would you stop with the benefits of the wonderful thermy

    Totally kidding, I am just insanely jealous

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    I have Tupperware, containers and plastic bowls and plates in one and all my extra large serving dishes, bowls, toaster, deep fryer, George foreman grill, etc in the other..
    I hate them!
    If I could do it all over I'd have no corner cupboards in my kitchen..

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    I have a lot of kitchen cupboard space, so nothing.

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    Things that I don't use a lot - big glass jugs which I use for entertaining, vases for flowers, the blender, bits of the dishwasher that I have taken off (yanno, those annoying plastic parts that you can take off). Stuff like that.


 

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