To help his wife keep her many baking sheets organized, Club member John Bottomley of Lutz, Florida, came up with this clever storage device. He drilled a series of 3/4-in.-dia. holes at an upward angle of 10 degrees through a sheet of 1/2-in. birch plywood sized to fit the back of a kitchen cabinet. He then glued short lengths of 3/4-in.-dia. dowel into the holes. Once the adhesive cured, he fastened the panel to the back of the cabinet. The dowels hold the baking sheets nearly horizontal, providing quick and easy access.
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