Cookie sheet memo boardPosted: November 23, 2013 | |
My parents couldn’t afford cookie sheets when they first married, so my dad made one out of a piece of aluminum. It was a failure. The flimsy pan bends under the weight of dough and the cookies slide onto the floor. This humiliating piece of baking equipment got sent to the basement and forgotten for nearly 60 years.
I decided to put it back in the kitchen with a ten minute makeover. I polished it with Brillo then added adhesive magnet strips to entire perimeter.
Ta da! It’s a message board on my new, excessively large stainless fridge. I’m using overhead projector markers I had in my junk drawer. Dry erase markers would work, too.
Now I’ve got to start a shopping list for all those cookies I want to bake.
What are you going to bake for the holidays?