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What do you put in this drawer?
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>>14328041
Baking sheets
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That's where I store my lettuce
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>>14328041
Cat when it act up
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>>14328041
I have an extra glass spinning thing for my microwave, and two cast iron grill pans that i rarely use since I have an actual grill outside.
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>>14328060
Mine has a heater in it so if I leave it on my cat crawls in there herself.
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>>14328041
3 of my bigger pans cause my kitchen is small as fuck and it sucks
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>>14328041
Broiler pan, turkey-sized roasting pan, cake tins, etc.
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>>14328041
Extra rack for the oven. Mine came with three, and I'll slide the third and turn on the convection if I'm making a fucktonne of cookies or something. Also, I think there's a broiling pan that came with the oven that I never use.
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>>14328053
it's the worst spot for baking sheets you have to dig everything out it's such a pain in the ass.

>>14328041
it's the best place for cast iron because it stays really dry down there and they won't rust. they also come as warming drawers and some ovens also have broilers down there
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>>14328074
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>>14328093
I agree it's a pain in the ass but it's also where I keep my baking sheets + cooling racks. I don't have any tall vertical cabinets that would make sense to slide in a baking sheet like a book on a shelf. Baking sheets are long, wide, and thin so in any other cabinet they make sense to go on the bottom beneath other stuff, so if you stick them in another cabinet you have the same "dig everything out" problem as sticking them under the oven.
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>>14328114
I've got a galley kitchen with no pantry and not much storage so I ended up putting all of that stuff on wire shelving in the room next to my kitchen. I can't wait long enough to get a better kitchen
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>>14328041
My bag of dicks
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All of my pot and pan lids.
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>>14328041
Rat shit
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>>14328041
jews
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>>14328041
cats
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vegetables. they come out like an indoor grill. grilled vegetables are the best way to eat vegetables.
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>>14330316
this
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i pee in it
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I finish a croque madam in that bad boy

you're all a bunch of freaks
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>>14328041
sheet pans, splatter guard, wire racks
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Magic Mushroom spore kits.
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>>14330413
>>14330322
>>14330321
>>14330316
>>14328060
based
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That's intended as a warming drawer, not a storage drawer.

If you want to let dough rise in a warm, draft free area, that's your spot.
If you want to serve on warm plates... that's your plate warmer.
If something is done baking, and you want to keep it warm for service but need the oven for something else...
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>>14330647
for me that drawer doesnt get warm unless I have the oven on full blast for like an hour.
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>>14330647
Nope.
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>>14330647
Not every oven has a warming drawer, dipshit
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>>14328041
my silver. nobody would ever look there for valuables.
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>>14330658
... which is the perfect temperature for yeast, just slightly warmer than the room, and not drafty.

If you're warming plates, the oven was just on for ab hour, and you put the plates in at the beginning of the hour.

Warming is relative.
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You store your roasting pans in there. But it's actually a warming drawer to keep your food warm or warm up your plates.
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>>14330681
While that may be true, the OP's oven literally has a fucking warming drawer you little turd cutter.
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>>14328041
Mouse traps
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>>14330722
Not every draw beneath and oven is a warming draw.
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>>14330708
> which is the perfect temperature for yeast

room temperature? the same temperature as the rest of my kitchen?
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>>14330805
It's not drafty.
It's close to a heat source.
No insulation is perfect, and a consumer appliance costing less than $1000 isn't going to be using Aerogel.

But I fully trust that you placed a probe thermometer in the drawer as well as on your countertop and measured an insignificant difference over time.
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>>14330830
>close to a heat source

do you always have your oven on when you want to make some dough?
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>>14330835
You turn it on for a few minutes while mixing, or it's already on from baking something else.
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Mine stores two cooling racks, two small small sheet pans, two medium sheet pans, a large sheet pan, and a Pioneer Woman cast iron griddle (which fucking sucks). I use this drawer every time I use the oven.
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>>14330321
No Jews go IN the oven anon, has history taught you nothing?
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>>14328041
My exotic spider collection.
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>>14328041
my wok
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>>14328041
The Devil's lettuce
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>>14328041
Frosting and chips for frosting
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>>14328053
fpbp
>>14333643
kek



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