Escape from the Kitchen

Deniece Schofield, Author Writer's Digest Books $7.95 (198p) ISBN 978-0-89879-231-7
In this third book of her detailed series on home care, Schofield confines her white tornado techniques to the kitchen. She espouses a type of divide-and-conquer theory of organization that features much throwing out of things. Although many of her hints may seem wacky and compulsive, they are nonetheless helpful. (For example, she recommends housewives keep up-to-date diagrams of what is in the freezer, alphabetize their spice jars, use shower caps to cover a leftover watermelon half. She also lists nine companies that sell whatever parts are missing from incomplete china patterns that are not readily available.) Schofield's humor is strictly corn, but still fun, and readers should enjoy as well as learn from her. (October)
Reviewed on: 09/01/1986
Release date: 09/01/1986
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