I’m always referring to Kitchen Cheat Sheets to remind me to toss old food and to make recipe conversions easier.
I often joke that I’ve used up all the file space in my brain so I rely on notes, calendars, and printouts to remember most things. This is especially true in the kitchen. When I’m converting recipes, I always have to look up how many teaspoons are in a tablespoon or how much avocado to substitute for butter in a recipe.
Furthermore, I always feel like I’m playing Russian Roulette when I’m pulling out leftovers for lunch. Is it okay to eat the leftover lasagna we had last weekend? So, I decided to look up all of the information I find myself searching for on a regular basis and create some printable kitchen cheat sheets.
Kitchen Cheat Sheets
Here are the kitchen cheat sheets I use. I keep them on my refrigerator door, but you could also keep them taped inside a cabinet door.
More Help in the Kitchen
After you’ve printed out your kitchen cheat sheets, you’ll probably be in the mood to get your fridge in order. Thankfully, Susan over at Organized 31 has you covered with her
tips for an organized refrigerator.
Now it’s time to stock your freezer. These dump dinners for the expectant mom from Homemade for Elle not only make great gifts for new parents, but also work great as emergency meals for those weeks you get behind on your grocery shopping.
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