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 Butter Bell Crock
Butter Bell Crock
Butter Bell Crock : Keep butter at the perfect spreading consistency without refrigeration, spoilage, or odors. This high-quality, durable stoneware crock safely stores a .5 pound (1 stick) of butter for up to 30 days. Imported. Dishwasher safe.
 
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5 / 5
Great product
PostedFebruary 7, 2011
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YoungGG
fromLees Summit, MO
I do not purchase spreadable margarines, only real butter. I had been placing the butter in the microwave to soften in order to spread easily, but most of the time ended up with melted butter. Although the instructions recommend changing the water every 2 to 3 days, I add fresh water to my crock daily.
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 Fat Separator and Strainer
Fat Separator and Strainer
Fat Separator and Strainer : Strain pan drippings into the heat-resistant glass, laboratory-quality cup, fat rises to the top and the low spout pours off the flavorful juices. Dishwasher-, microwave- and oven-safe. 2-cup, 4-cup
 
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5 / 5
5 / 5
A must have for gravy lovers
PostedFebruary 7, 2011
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YoungGG
fromLees Summit, MO
Yeah, no more chilling the broth in order for the grease to harden for easy removal!
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Duralex Picardie Tumblers, Clear : Picardie drinking glasses by Duralex are the original French tumblers used in European schools and sidewalk bistros for more than 60 years due to their durability, stackability and style. Serving orange juice to sangria, hot cocoa or coffee, these beautifully-balanced glass tumblers serve cold or hot beverages. Tempered drinking glasses are shock-resistant from -4 to +266 F, nonporous for substantial weight and density, and 2 1/2 times stronger than regular glass. Every size is easily stackable to save cupboard space. Popular in homes, restaurants and inns throughout Europe, the design and functionality of the Picardie French tumbler never goes out of date. Introduced more than 60 years ago, Duralex glassware is top rated for outstanding longevity. Retains clarity and maintains a good-looking appearance. Microwave-, freezer- and dishwasher-safe. Made in France. Product Features Impact- and chip-resistant glassware is 2 1/2 times more resistant to shock than normal glass Withstand extreme cold and hot temperatures from -4 to +266 F Nonporous, substantial weight and density With the high resistance to breakage and top quality design, Duralex glassware maintains its quality appearance and durability All sizes are stackable for convenient space-saving storage Add bistro-style ambience to your table serving orange juice, milk, iced-tea, wine or sangria Comfortable to hold and structurally-sound in composition, the Picardie glass has been a staple in European households, schools, restaurants and inns for decades due to its durability, stackability and style Set of 18 includes 6 each of 3 popular sizes: 8 3/4-oz., 12-oz. and 16 3/4-oz. Duralex International has been manufacturing top quality glassware for more than 60 years
 
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5 / 5
I wish I had known about these years ago!
PostedFebruary 7, 2011
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YoungGG
fromLees Summit, MO
I am not a fan of plastic and I'm sure these would have survived my three children. We now have a 3 year old grandchild in the house and so far this glassware has passed the test!
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