Four Foods On Friday 59

#1. What’s your favorite kind of roll?

Hmm…I don’t really have a favorite.  I guess anything fresh-baked and warm!
#2. Got a tip for keeping your cabinets or pantry organized?

I have a tiered shelf riser that I got at Target a few years ago that I really like.  It’s inside my kitchen cabinet and raises things up higher that are in the back so they can be seen easily.
#3. What’s your favorite kind of pastry?

Homemade pies and cobblers.  I remember when I was a child, my mother would roll out the pie crust and take the leftover dough and bake it with cinnamon and sugar.  That was so good!   One of my favorite things was my mother’s apricot cobbler.  We had apricot trees in our back yard, so every summer we enjoyed fresh apricot cobbler.  I don’t remember ever getting tired of it.
#4.Share any original recipe. (Why not submit it into my contest too?)

The only one I can think of right now would be one I developed because my kids didn’t like meat in their lasagna:

Meatless 4-Cheese Lasagna

6 thoughts on “Four Foods On Friday 59

  1. I’ll have to try that lasagna! I love cheese lasagna. All the yummy cheesy goodness with none of the meat to get in teh way. :p

  2. I too love those kitchen contraptions that maximize on the use of space and make things easier to see/reach. I honestly hate it to have to look for stuff in a hurry and I can’t see where they’re at 🙁

  3. Cheesy lasagna, yum!! That’s the whole point about lasagne. Luckiy my cabinet has shelves but my problem is I will pack them because they are so small lol

  4. I was just reading an old copy of Real Simple and in an article about kitchen organization, they mentioned those shelf risers. They seem like a great idea!

    And I’m not a huge fan of beef, either, so your lasagna recipe sounds yummy.

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