CONDIMENTS ON ICE. Take your summer party outside and keep everything cold and fresh. This all in one serving dish features 5 individual trays to hold condiments, snacks, dips appetizers, plus a lid to keep out bugs and dirt. Simply fill the main tray with ice to keep everything cold.
Pop-up Food Covers (set of 3) Portable mesh covers store flat when not in use, yet open fully at a flick of a wrist. They'll stay put on a breezy day, yet will lift off instantly for easy access to food. $14.98
Cuisinart CSB-76 SmartStick 200-Watt Immersion Hand Blender
Portion Cooking Spoon-want!
Portion Cooking Spoon with Measuring Tools
Nambe Scoop Server
Nambe Scoop Server
Turn a corner into a cutting board - CNET
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"The Crock-Pot Lunch Crock ($20) makes us so very happy! We've got nothing against the breakroom microwave, per se, but warming our food slowly and safely on our desks yields much more flavorful lunches. Our pasta leftovers don't congeal and separate, soups warm thoroughly, and we don't have to wait in line to nuke." I WANT THIS!!!!!!
40 Simple Life Hacks
Time-Saving Kitchen EssentialsBreville HealthSmart Steamer: Put rice in the bowl and veggies on one of two trays, set the timer, and dinner's done
A lazy susan for refrigerator leftovers!!! Heck ya! We always tend to forget about the stuff in the back of the fridge! Love this idea!
Well, this makes far too much sense....
Chef’n Strawberry Huller
install two end wooden brackets under a narrow kitchen cabinet, install a short curtain rod or other decorative bar, and hang kitchen utensils that don't fit in drawers or crowd those crocks on the counter top!---BRILLIANT! I will be doing this SOON!
DUH!!!!! Why didn't I think of that?! Put aluminum foil in a bowl, pour the grease in. When it hardens, roll up the foil and throw it out!
Dip and salsa served in pretty candleholders - now that's a great idea!
Cupcake Liner as Drip Catcher Before serving that Popsicle, slip the stick through a foil liner to catch drips and keep hands from getting sticky. Ice Cube Tray as Sundae Bar James Wojcik Ice Cube Tray as Sundae Bar Set up a self-serve sundae bar and let guests dish out cherries, sprinkles, crushed nuts, and other dessert toppings to their liking. Kitchen Timer as Board Game Timer James Wojcik Kitchen Timer as Board Game Timer Keep games fair. Replace the sand timer in a board game with a much less subtle kitchen timer. (The dinging will keep the game moving.) Penny as Replacement Game Piece James Wojcik Penny as Replacement Game Piece Replace a missing piece of your family’s favorite board game. Just remember: No fighting over who gets to be president! Penny as Tap Shoes James Wojcik Penny as Tap Shoes Encourage fancy footwork. Glue coins to the soles of an old pair of your child’s shoes for a no-commitment tap-dancing trial. Cupcake Liner as Crayon Mold James Wojcik Cupcake Liner as Crayon Mold Fill foil liners about two-thirds full with unwrapped crayon stubs in assorted colors, place in a muffin tin, and bake at 275 degrees until melted (about 10 minutes). Then freeze for cool colorers with zigzag edges. Ice Cube Tray as Paint Palette James Wojcik Ice Cube Tray as Paint Palette Mix watercolors in the tray’s compartments. (There’s actually one for every color of the rainbow.) Toothpaste as Goggle Defogger James Wojcik Toothpaste as Goggle Defogger Prevent goggles from fogging. Before hitting the pool, smear some paste onto the lenses, then wipe off. Zippered Plastic Bag as Gum Remover James Wojcik Zippered Plastic Bag as Gum Remover Remove stuck-on gum. Rub with a baggie filled with ice cubes until the goo hardens, then shatter it with a blunt object and vacuum it up. Advertisement