OK, everybody, if you are a brave soul, you will venture into a very scary world with me...
my cupboards and food stash.
Are you ready? You must promise to continue reading my blog after viewing this post.
After you see this, you may think I could do a Eat From the Pantry Challenge for the next year.
Feel free to grab your hard hat and any other protective gear you feel you may need.
You will need it.
I'm ashamed already, and nobody's even seen this yet.
This would be my baked good cupboards.
The second shelf is basically packed with Nestle Morsels. And that's not all of my Morsel stash, either.
Here's the rest of the Nestle Morsel stash--located on TOP of my cupboards, because I ran out of room IN the cupboards. I think I have around 35 bags or so.
Since I showed you the top of some of my cupboards, I might as well finish the job and show you the rest. The tuna and potato flakes, tin foil and canning supplies, and a few more Nestle Morsels thrown in for good measure.
and more pasta and tin foil...
My canned and dried goods stash--soups, broths, noodles, spaghetti sauces and more.
Some more dried goods and pasta...
Really, there's not much organization to my cupboards at all, but I prefer to call this my crackers and miscellaneous cupboard.
Now that I've bared my shameful cupboards and stash to you, I'm thinking I better go organize them. Ben wants me to get rid of the stash on top of the cupboards, so maybe I'll get it done. I'll even try to redeem myself and post some now-organized pictures!