Friday, July 31, 2009
Monday, May 11, 2009
I just love this classic Tupperware tool! This colander, unlike almost all other colanders I've seen, comes with a mesh seal. I don't know about you, but when I'm straining foods, I often have to shake the colander a bit to get that last bit of water off. Most of the time, my food stuffs go flying out and into the sink! The beauty of this piece is that your food stays safe inside! You can shake, shake, shake your colander and not lose one morsel!!!
Friday, May 8, 2009
Gotta love these things! I remember being a kid and mom getting this set and we could make our own frozen treats! I've heard these called "Popsicle molds", but Popsicle is a brand name that has clearly no relationship with Tupperware. The correct name for this set is "Ice Tups"!
What a great way to make an inexpensive treat and keep unnecessary packagaing out of the trash cans!
Sunday, February 15, 2009
Here's a nice lot of vintage Tupperware meat keepers. These are great for marinating or just storing meats. I'm pretty sure that I have here a hot dog keeper, a bacon keeper, a cold cut keeper and I'm not sure what else. Feel free to comment and set me straight. I will update this post to be as informative as possible.
Here's the classic sheer Mix n Stor. Why they spell "store" as "stor", I do not know..??? Anyway, here is a classic piece that all of our mom's had in their kitchen. Holds 2 quarts and the seal snaps on tightly. The spout seal pops open for easy pouring. Excellet for pancake mix!