I hope everyone had a great Cinco de Mayo, we did not drink margaritas nor did we have Mexican food… rather I went for a long run (the farthest I’ve been able to go in months!) and made this teriyaki chicken zoodle recipe. Deeelish!
Today I wanted to share my latest invention. If you’ve been following me so far, you know that I planted a herb garden out on my balcony a couple months ago. It’s been growing like crazy in this beautiful 80 degree weather! I needed somewhere to dry my herbs. So I came up with this!
Here’s how I made my sneaky, hidden, below the cabinet herb dryer!
I went to Michael’s craft supply store and bought a pack of pebbled cork board. It was on clearance, I think I paid $8 for a pack of four sheets.
Next, I held up the cork board to the underneath of my cabinet and marked off the edge with a pen.
Then I cut the cork board into strips.
Attached the adhesive pads…
Then stuck them to the underside of my cabinets! Sorry for the blurry pics, that’s the best I could get with our under the counter lights. You get the idea!
Ta-da! I hung up my herbs using rubber bands and push pins. You can’t see the cork board at all and it’s a great place to hang the herbs! They’re out of the way and in a safe spot in the corner of the counter.
How do you dry out your herbs?
Hi! I’m Emily, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and self-taught intuitive chef. I firmly believe that cooking is the simplest and most important step we can take to improve our minds and bodies and build healthier communities. Join me and let’s bring food back to the kitchen!