An aesthetically pleasing utensil holder seems like the perfect display for grouping cooking spoons, tongs and basters. However, if family members constantly have to move it out of the way to make room for pots, pans, plates, and cutting boards while prep, cooking, or serving, it may be time to get rid of the holder. Take a look at what’s in the utensil holder and see how many of the items are actually being used on a regular basis. If only a few paraphernalia appear on the frequently used list, then probably no countertop parcel rack is required at all.
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