Kitchen Tour (Baking with Berry ~ BAB Takeover Week October 2020)

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Hello friends! It is I, Berry, here to show you a tour of my kitchen. Recently, (as I’m sure you all know by now) us BABs have gotten our own space. A BAB house, if you will. I, of course, finally have my own kitchen and I no longer have to share Diamond’s! This makes me really, really, really excited! Anyway, I organized it just how I like it, and I’m going to show you how today. Here we go!

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This is the overview of the kitchen. I think it looks really cool.

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We’re going to start by talking about the fridge. On top, I store my Kitchenaid. I love how it’s just my size.

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The freezer comes out like a drawer. I keep mostly ice cream and cake in here, but there is also a pizza.

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Here’s what the fridge looks like when it’s open.

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On the bottom shelf, I mostly keep beverages here. I also have two cartons of eggs.

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The middle shelf has burgers and sandwiches. There’s also a bottle of root beer(it wouldn’t fit on the bottom, heehee!)

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The top shelf has some breakfast food, a chicken, and a basket of produce. (No, we didn’t steal a Wal-Mart basket. We bought one of course. Why we bought one? I don’t know.)

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In this door we have…more beverages! Though, in the middle compartment I put cheese and jam.

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Here is our little dining area. We sometimes eat in the living room, but this small bar can fit two of us.

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Our microwave.

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We use the shelf beside the microwave for cereal storage.

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I also hang my apron from it.

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We have a cabinet full of bread! I bake a lot of bread.

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Here’s the oven and stovetop! I hang my potholder on the oven.

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This is a nice area for a shelf. I keep the salt/pepper shakers, a box of mac & cheese, cake mix, and olive oil there. Also, I can hang my spoons and spatulas underneath, so that’s nice.

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My sink! Okay, so we have a lovely window, a cookbook, some paper towels, my dish drainer(I store it in the sink, okay?), a sponge, dish soap, hand soap, and containers of flour, sugar, and brown sugar.

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We store our dishes in the dishwasher, because we don’t actually have a whole lot of cabinet space. But that’s okay! We pretty much just have the basic dishes, so I won’t go into detail on those.

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Here are my shelves. I’ve got a basket of produce(for stuff that isn’t kept cold), some canned goods, pasta, flour, sugar, and snacks.

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Whew! I hope you enjoyed my kitchen tour. I can’t wait to use this new kitchen for holiday baking and all sorts of things. What was your favorite part of my kitchen?

May you always be a blueberry!

P.S. Check out Eden’s tour of the fall decor tomorrow!

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