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2nd Hand Electric Cookers





2nd hand electric cookers







    hand
  • A similar prehensile organ forming the end part of a limb of various mammals, such as that on all four limbs of a monkey

  • Operated by or held in the hand

  • pass: place into the hands or custody of; "hand me the spoon, please"; "Turn the files over to me, please"; "He turned over the prisoner to his lawyers"

  • The end part of a person's arm beyond the wrist, including the palm, fingers, and thumb

  • the (prehensile) extremity of the superior limb; "he had the hands of a surgeon"; "he extended his mitt"

  • guide or conduct or usher somewhere; "hand the elderly lady into the taxi"





    2nd
  • WWI Camp/Community Center Chicago, Illinois (December 1919)

  • second: coming next after the first in position in space or time or degree or magnitude

  • 2nd is an EP released by the Finnish rock band The Rasmus in 1996. It was originally released by the record label Warner Music Finland.











1st FF ~ 2 Bed ~ Rear Garden with Summer House




1st FF ~ 2 Bed ~ Rear Garden with Summer House





Sheltered front entrance porch leads via front door into:

Entrance Hall:
Textured ceiling with ceiling light point, double panel radiator, electric meter and fuseboard, stairs to first floor landing.

Landing:
Coved and textured ceiling with ceiling light point, smoke detector, frosted UPVC double glazed window to half landing, hatch to loft, single panel radiator, airing cupboard with pre-lagged hot water cylinder and slatted shelf storage over, telephone point.

Lounge:
15' max into chimney recess and bay / 4.57m max into chimney recess and bay (approx) coved an textured ceiling with ceiling light point, UPVC double glazed bay window to front aspect, double panel radiator, TV point.

Kitchen/Diner:
11'5 x 10'5 / 3.48m x 3.18m (approx) Coved and textured ceiling with ceiling light point, UPVC double glazed window to rear aspect, range of base and eye level units with work surfaces over, single bowl single drainer sink unit, space and plumbing for gas cooker, space and plumbing washing machine, space for fridge/freezer, wall mounted gas central heating boiler and central heating controls.

Bedroom 1:
9'6 x 11'11 into chimney recess / 2.9m x 3.63m into chimney recess (approx) Coved and textured ceiling with ceiling light point, UPVC double glazed window to rear aspect, double panel radiator.
Bedroom 2: 6'9 x 7'8 / 2.06m x 2.34m (approx) Textured ceiling with ceiling light point,

UPVC double glazed window to front aspect, single panel radiator.

Bathroom:
Textured ceiling with ceiling light point, frosted UPVC double glazed window to side aspect, panelled bath with hand rails and shower mixer tap over, pedestal wash hand basin, splashback tiling, single panel radiator.

Separate WC:
Textured ceiling with ceiling light point, frosted UPVC double glazed window to side aspect, low level WC.

Outside:
There is an apportion of the rear garden conveyed with the First Floor Flat being laid partly to lawn and with an area of patio.

What would DMUers advise?











pantry-after




pantry-after





Pantry after - Ahhhhh! (I can almost hear the angels sing)

This was the hardest part of the Project Simplify challenges for me to date. I first watched a few videos on-line to get some great ideas of how to organize a pantry (so helpful!). Here's what I did:
1. I took everything out of the pantry and wiped down the shelves.
2. Items were separated by "like items with like items" (ie. all baking goods, spices, canned goods, etc.) - checked for any expired dates.
3. Placed items back in panty in an organized and easy-to-use way. Top shelf: big kitchen items (crock pot, rice cooker, electric knife, stock-pot hand blender, food chopper, and coffee pot). 2nd shelf: spices & baking items. 3rd shelf: canned fruits, oils, pasta, rice & beans, and canned veggies. 4th shelf: potatoes & onions (still looking for bins I can put them in), and drink mixes (ie. punch, tea, and coffee). Bottom shelf: overflow condiments, electric skillet, cases of soda. Floor items: big bag of rice (too heavy for me to lift consistently), garbage bag liners, canned goods (right now I think we have jars of fig jam & homemade veggie broth)., and dogfood.
4. New organization items/ideas - hubby bought two under-the-shelf baskets from Target which work great! 1 is used for baking items (such as pudding mix, box mixes, etc.) and the other holds rice & beans. I re-used a tupperware to place packets of taco seasoning, etc. I put our powder sugar and spendla in plastic containers w/lids (and made sure to label them). I would still like to put the flour & sugar items in glass jars, but that will be at a later time. Because I found a few duplicate spices (due to lack of organization), I alphabetized them in our tiered spice rack (I know a bit OCD - but I'm really hoping this will help not buy unneeded multiples).
I'm so excited, as I've never had such a neat & pretty pantry before :-)









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