We'd decided to juice some pears. For the first time in several years, the pears on the pear tree were not covered in canker. I've been eating 1 or 2 a day, but now they are ripening and falling from the tree. We wanted to at least try to do something with the ones that were left.
So, I went a picked a fair few. We decided to juice them, using the juicer I'd got from the bargain shelf at Lakeland last year (when we had so few apples it wasn't worth getting out the full apple pressing kit). The juicing went well, we chose to freeze the juice rather than pasteurising it.
I thought it might be a good idea to move the juicer so it was on our main worktop, along with our other "every day use" (slight cough) electricals. That way, I might actually use it. At least for the next month or two, while the fruit is ripening.
I made a space, which involved a bit of farting around, and then a bit more farting around elsewhere in the kitchen. I looked at the electric butter churn, and decided to find a permanent home for it in the utility room, rather than standing on the side.
Easier said than done. The upshot of this is that I've decluttered a whole section of the utility room in order to get this fitted in. The decluttered stuff is now sitting on the floor, next to the computer, in the living room. I've been photographing it and listing it for sale (or as freebies). If the items don't go by tomorrow, I'll give them to a charity shop.
I have to do it quickly, other wise there is a risk that I'll start thinking "Maybe I'll use that after all". That's what happened last time I got the Tefal Jam Maker out to sell it. I haven't used it since then, I seem to prefer my maslin pan. I think I kept it because it makes divine rice pudding..... but my Instant Pot also makes good rice pudding. As the Instant Pot is always in use, it's out on the worktop, so I'm never going to get round to using the Tefal Jam Maker for it.