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Cookware

How much cookware is enough? Or too much?

JillSchorr | Jan 27, 201507:23 AM     10

We are moving in the next couple weeks. We got a beautiful home with a big kitchen, but unfortunately the cabinet space is less and more narrow. I am leaving a kitchen that I was spoiled with..,tons of storage, a pot rack and a big walk in pantry. I've collected lots of cookware/bakeware over the years. I love to cook and bake.

I think I need to downsize some stuff starting with bakeware...how much Pyrex, corningware stuff do I really need? I have 3 9x12 pans, 4 8x8 pans p, 3 pie plates,, etc... Can anyone help me figure out what I should keep and what I should donate.

Eventually I am hoping to redo the cabinets in the new place...but that won't be for at least a year or 2.

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