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See Inside Bethenny Frankel's Incredibly Organized Pantry
"I don't like clutter anywhere," The Real Housewives of New York City alum noted of her immaculate space.
As Bethenny Frankel narrated an Instagram video showing off her pantry, she declared: "It's organized." Well, that may be putting it modestly.
The room features an impressive shelving unit holding labeled wicker baskets and plastic bins for drinks and snacks on its lower levels. Just above those items is a shelf dedicated to oils and dressings, which of course include a variety of bottles from The Real Housewives of New York City alum's Skinnygirl brand. While the top shelf appears to be devoted to canned goods including olives, the shelf just below it holds separate plastic containers labeled "grains" and "pasta."
As it turns out, the rest of the room is just as organized. Panning to multiple wall shelves stacked with dishes, Bethenny noted: "Everything is nested with its friends."
Explaining that "everything has a place," Bethenny offered a tip for utilizing as much wall space as possible. "I use a lot of hooks for trays," she explained in the clip, showing cutting boards and other trays hanging from her wall. "Because I don't like clutter anywhere."
Additionally, she has clear jars filled with candy and several electronic kitchen appliances within the room.
Driving the point home, she said of the space: "Every inch is used."
In March, Bethenny shared the food she was stocking up on, including instant noodles and jars of Rao's sauce. It seems nothing is going to waste as Bethenny and her daughter, Bryn, have been cooking together while hunkered down at home. From a heart-shaped flatbread pizza to a delicious-looking quesadilla to waffles a la mode, the mother-daughter duo are clearly making the best of self-isolation by putting the pantry items to good use.
At the time, she also shared her thoughts on a particular food purchase trend amid the pandemic. “I’m shocked at the obsession with meat during a crisis,” she wrote on Twitter. “Side note: Beans + rice = a complete protein.”
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