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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Putting round pegs in square holes...

Last week I was organizing a chef's newly renovated kitchen.  We spent a lot of time trying to find the most efficient way to store all her foods and cooking utensils, especially the mountains of bulk food products for baking.

Her bulk food containers are all restaurant sized and round.  It was painfully obvious that all the new storage shelving that had been added to this kitchen would be eaten up by a few large round containers.  So, she's off to shop for new square containers.

My rule for containers is:  always choose square or rectangular for dry goods and round for wet or sticky foods.  You can get a lot more on a shelf if your containers are square and stackable.

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