How many eggs can you stack on top of each other? Chances are, the answer is zero (or thousands if you are this guy). Storage containers however, do not have such limitations. The InterDesign Kitchen Storage Egg Holder holds 21 eggs side by side and features a secure lid. When stacked on top of each… Continue reading Stack Eggs In The Refrigerator
Storage fanatics rejoice! The space underneath the ice cube tray can finally be put to some good use. It may not amount to much (or really anything), but those that appreciate nice clean lines outside their freezer as well as on the inside can finally relax. The Ice Cube Tray With Storage Container Bin by… Continue reading Ice Cube Tray With Storage Container Bin
Mason jars are handy things, used for –believe it or not — much more than moonshine. They can be used to drink hooch and booze too! But if for some reason you wish to re-purpose a mason jar for some other socially-acceptable reason, like drinking water on the go, well it just so happens that… Continue reading Re-purpose Mason Jars With Handy Lid
Who knew that individually-wrapped processed cheese slices came directly from cows? Apparently they do. At least if the cow in question is the Joie Moo-Moo Cheese Slice Holder Pod. As for which came first? Well, that’s just one of the great mysteries going on inside of the refrigerator.
Hot dogs have a way of hanging around the fridge, bacon not so much. However, if for some reason you find yourself in need of pork product storage, these Hot Dog and Bacon Keeper Stay Fresh Storage Containers are here to help. The dishwasher-safe containers are specially designed to hold either a pound of bacon… Continue reading Help With Hot Dog Storage
Pickle forks and long fingers aside, digging out elusive ingredients from a liquid-filled jar can be a pain in the neck. (Or wrist as the case may be.) Chances are, trying to retrieve the pickle you want only results in a vinegary mess on the countertop. Until they start making pickle jars with strainers for… Continue reading Strainer In Container Isn’t A Pain