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  • Cathy

    Great idea - Hang magazine racks in pantry door as holders for fruits and vegetables.

  • Amy Elizabeth

    Hang magazine racks for fruits and veggies! Such a good idea!

  • Alice Logue

    Save counter space and hang magazine racks as fruit/vegetable holders. Maybe try with those cool wire baskets?

  • Erin Gasaway

    Hanging magazine racks as fruit and veggie holders!!! what a great idea!! And it would also free up some counter space

  • Sherrie Johnson-Cata

    Great idea! Use and hang magazine racks as fruit baskets to save counter space.

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My grandmother would make you eat everything that was on your plate. If you said you were full or didn't like, it went in the refrigerator for the next meal. Big mistake! Lesson learned; eat it while it's still hot and edible. LOL!