Spice, Spice, Spice Containers Baby!
Sorry, not sorry! I couldn’t help myself, and it was just too appropriate for talking about these Containers, which are 1 to Love this week.
I love spices. Changing just one spice in a dish can entirely transform a dish and take you to a different place and a unique culture. The problem in our house is that we don’t have a decent space to store spices in the kitchen. We don’t have one of those fancy pull-out spice cabinets, nor do I have any space in the kitchen cabinet next to the stove for a spice rack, turn-table, or other storage device. Additionally, and this is a pet peeve of mine… Spice containers are not uniform. You can have a huge variety of shapes and sizes, which makes storage a nightmare.
That’s why 1 to Love this week are these fabulous Magnetic Containers. I love these things.
Why I love these
I first bought these containers about 6 years ago when Russell and I RV’d across the country. They were a space saver because they are magnetic, and I could attach them to the refrigerator. They neither took up space in a cabinet, nor went flying when Russell took a turn a little too quick. (Have I got stories to tell! LOL!!!)
These days, I still use them and had to order more a few weeks ago to contain my spice addiction. (Did I say these are 1 to Love?) In our current kitchen, I have a fabulous magnetic back board that hangs above our stove, where the containers are attached. The labels make it easy to find the exact spice I am looking for, and the included measuring chart that came with my recent spice container purchase, make it simple for me to get things just right when I am doubling a batch of something yummy.
The spice containers hold 3 ounces of spices (the same as a medium spice jar you purchase at the grocery store) and have both a pour slot and a shaker slot for easy use.
If you are looking to update your spice containers and are looking for a solution that saves some space in your kitchen, these Magnetic Containers are 1 to Love!
Here’s to resetting your home, your spice containers, and your life!
“A place for everything and everything in its place.” – Benjamin Franklin
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