Why would someone who doesn't drink coffee need a coffee grinder?
Okay, so I used to use it to grind up cereal for baking. I have a food processor. No more dupes! If I'm only keeping one, it's going to be the food processor since it has so many more uses. This went into the donation box. =)
Every time I open my dish cabinet I see these.
I'm trying to eliminate plastic from my home wherever I can. I left myself one reusable plastic water bottle. That one will also go as soon as I buy myself a glass water bottle to replace it.
I've had this a few years. It's an insulated serving dish. You don't cook in it, you only serve in it.
It seemed like a good idea at the time. lol Seems like a big waste of space now. I don't go to that many potlucks and those that I do, well, I can reheat if need-be. This is off to clutter up someone else's kitchen. =)
Shortly after I moved back to the NW, I purchased a knife set on a really good sale. It came with this block to store the knives:
Problem is, these blocks take up a lot of counter space and house more knives than I use on a regular basis. I'm vegan, I don't use a fillet knife and don't use steak knives for anything often enough to need them at my finger tips at all times. My mother bought me a magnetic knife strip for my birthday - yay! The knives I do use now happily reside on the wall and my counter is much more spacious without this chunk of wood taking up space. =)