By Mike Thayer
Not many people have enough headroom or space in their kitchen to hang skillets and pots from hanging pot racks. Most people have to stack their pots and pans in the cabinet and that means scratches and dings in that non-stick surface if you don't protect them.
Protect your pots and pans with paper plates. It's easy, just line the insides of pans with thin paper plates, which have slightly curved edges which mates nicely with the shape of your cookware. I like paper plates to 'nest' those pans better than paper towels for that reason, plus they're more durable and paper towels can leave those little fibers behind.
Prevent damage to your non-stick cookware, stack them with paper plates!