Tuesday, January 3, 2012

The Most Expensive Food Product In Your Kitchen!

Today, I'm writing about the most expensive food product most of us have in our kitchens. Do you know what that product is?

Pretty, but not the best storage method.

It is the Spices & Dried Herbs you have on your shelf. Depending on where you live, and the type, these can cost $8 to $10 an ounce.

These products last about 6 months, with normal storage. You take the top off a jar of spices, remove the airtight, tamper-proof seal, and the replace the top. The container is no longer air-tight. The biggest enemies of your spices & herbs are, light, heat & air! (Never store your spices above or next to the stove.)

You can add the bug problem in there, too! They are especially fond of paprika and chili powder products.

If you have had to replace or purchase new spices as you began your seasonal baking and cooking, you know how costly it can be.

The solution? Enter the Tupperware Spice Containers and Carousel!

Tupperware Spice Containers Complete Set with Carousel

These containers are on sale for at a 40% discount! (This sale ends on Jan, 13, 2012) They have features that will help you store spices in an organized manner AND keep them fresh up to 10X longer!

· Virtually liquid & air-tight

· Frosted sides help diffuse light

· Clear front panel for easy ID of contents

· Seal has a shaker side & a pour/scoop side

· Stackable

· Set contains 8 1-cup & 8 1/2-cup shakers

· Carousel fits in most standard cabinets.

The complete set is $47 (save $32). You can also purchase the shakers without the carousel, in sets of 4. The 1-cup shakers are $11 (save $8) and the 1/2-cup shakers are $9 (save $6).

You can shop for these by clicking on either the sale flyer or catalog photo in the right sidebar.  If you have any questions, just click the "email me" button, and I'll be happy to help!

P.S.  You really need two of these.  One for your baking spices, and one for your cooking spices, blends & rubs. 

Here's another great tip:
  • Fill one large container with bandaids, ointment & alcohol swabs (most cuts happen in the kitchen).
  • Fill another large container with toothpicks.  They shake out easily.
  • And if you're REALLY organized, fill a third with a small spool if clear polyester thread, a pkg. of needles and a small pair of scissors.  You're ready for a quick button fix!


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