June 2, 2010

Progressive International Lettuce Keeper

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I can never keep lettuce in my frig for more than a day or two before it starts to go bad, so maybe I need this contraption. This lettuce keeper lets you wash in store in one container. It has a water reservoir in the base to keep produce moist and adjustable ventilation to regulate air circulation. There is a divider, so you can store different types of produce.

At Progressive International Lettuce Keeper

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March 26, 2010

Rubbermaid Easy Find Lid 24-Piece Food Storage Containers

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You can simply not have enough storage. We put stuff away after each dinner now to make lunches for the kids, and that entails two sets of different storage bins as one of our two children has food allergies. We really like these rubbermaid sets as you get two 1/2-, 1-1/4-, 2-, 3-, 5-, and 7-cup food-storage containers with matching lids. They have super-clear bases allow for better visibility of inside contents, and the lids snap together and to base bottoms which makes a totally space-efficient design for storing. The storage of the storage is key. We simply didn't have enough space until we got these rubbermaid containers and stored them in our "storage drawer".

At Rubbermaid 7J98 Easy Find Lid 24-Piece Food Storage Containers

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February 26, 2010

Kiwi Guard - Protect Your Soft Kiwi

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The Kiwi Guard case protects that soft kiwi you'd like to eat later in the day, so when you open your lunch bag you don't find kiwi grool. The case also features a green cutlery set to prepare and eat the kiwi whenever you want and wherever you end up.

Via Random Good Stuff at Kiwi Guard

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December 31, 2009

The Food Preserving Storage Chamber

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This container creates a vacuum when it is sealed, so you can store food longer. It has a pump that removes all of the oxygen inside the box at a touch of a button. To access the food, press the vacuum release button and lift the lid.

At The Food Preserving Storage Chamber

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December 11, 2009

Oxo Good Grips Brushed Stainless Steel Napkin Pinch - Napkin Holder of the Gods

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When you need napkin holding - you need it done right. This napkin dispenser with brushed stainless-steel finish accommodates square- and rectangular-shaped paper napkins. It has spring-activated side walls that hold the napkins upright. Side walls extend for simple loading, and this napkin holder is dishwasher-safe.

At Oxo Good Grips Brushed Stainless Steel Napkin Pinch

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September 22, 2009

Genie Bottle Stopper

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Looking to stop the aging process in your precious bottle of just opened expensive wine? Look no further than the Genie Bottle Stopper. You can now officially wish upon this stopper to keep your wine fresh. This Genie appears in times of great drink saving need and sits arms crossed in your bottle, warding off any pesky drink thieves as well.

The Genie in a Bottle Stopper:

  • fits most shapes and sizes of bottles
  • is made of durable & washable silicone rubber
  • features a funky tattoo on the back that says "Genie"
  • Measures 4" H & 2" W.

Via Foolish Gadgets at Genie Bottle Stopper

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September 16, 2009

Tom, Dick & Harry - Designer Tea, Sugar and Coffee Storage Jars

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Tom, Dick & Harry are a set of porcelain tea, sugar and coffee storage jars designed to make an entertaining and stylish addition to any kitchen worktop. We love how they look a bit like Shmoo. The glints in their eyes indicate what's inside (T: tea, S: sugar & C: coffee) and their air-tight heads have room to fit the handle of a spoon.

At Thabto

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September 11, 2009

Copco Round Bag Caps

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This seems like a great way to seal up bags. This lids attach to any bag and then pop open for easy pouring.

At Copco Round Bag Caps

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August 24, 2009

Coleman 54-Quart Steel Belted Chest Cooler - Best Coolers

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Having just returned from a week long vacation at the beach, we saw a lot of cooler action. One thing we found both fascinating, and annoying was SUVs that don't have enough room in them to actually fit a cooler, so they tow it on a platform behind the SUV. Go figure. Well - we think if they want the ultimate cooler instead of one of those plastic deals they should get this 54-quart steel-belted cooler with stainless-steel lid, case, and hardware. The cooler pays tribute to original Coleman design first launched in 1954, and the sturdy stainless-steel handles feature rubber comfort grips for transport. It even has a rust-resistant drain

At Coleman 54-Quart Steel Belted Chest Cooler

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June 8, 2009

Art Lebedev's Swissarmius - Organize Your Cutlery Swiss Army Style

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Storing all of those stirring, cutting, mixing utensils can be hell, but not with Swissarmius. This Transformer-like storage holder, easily swallows up the entire mess on your kitchen countertops, and looks great too.

Via Gizmo Diva at Art Lebedev's Swissarmius

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