By Jasmine

    Webmistress The Majickal Garden

     

     

    Wooden Pants Hanger

     

    I have always had a problem reading recipes lying on the counter! Being badly far sighted and tall I have to bend over to read them to get close enough which make a quick glance frustrating when I am on a roll with a recipe. A friend gave me this simple tip and it has made this so much easier for me.

    Open the hanger and insert recipe card or page then hang it on a cupboard knob or handle. For some reason I had the wooden one in my closet forever…just the one! I now know why I hung on to it. The plastic style below is more common in modern times and should work just as well.

    plastic pants hanger

    The wooden style is sturdy enough to hold a paperback recipe book if it’s not too thick. If you don’t have one, they might be found at second hand shops or perhaps in a grandfather’s closet.

    It is now easily viewed at eye level and is out of range for flying flour and splashes. I put a cup hook on the inside of a cupboard on the back wall and that is now where it lives handy and ready for my baking and cooking action!

     

     

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