CHEFS Fresh Valley Canisters : Inspired by handmade crocks of the late 1800s, our Ecru-colored rustic canisters are crafted of glazed stoneware and generously sized for bulky vegetables. Decorated labels are large and easy to read on pantry shelves. With snug lids and ventilated cutouts along the base, this is a charming way to keep produce fresh and handy. Dishwasher-safe. CHEFS signature collection of professional-grade kitchen tools, cookware, bakeware, dinnerware and more, is available only at CHEFS Catalog. You will love the selection -- meticulously crafted and tested to delight the most discerning cook, these tools deliver exceptional quality, performance and durability in the kitchen. Product Features Glazed earthenware Farmers Market-inspired decal labels Ventilated base keeps produce at its best Available individually or as set of 3, one each of Garlic, Onion and Potato Garlic: 5 3/4" Dia. x 6 3/4"H Onion: 7 3/4" Dia. x 8 1/2"H Potato: 9" Dia. x 9 3/4"H
Norpro 3-Piece Chinois, Stand and Pestle Set : A chef's necessity for creating sauces, this chinois, stand and pestle set lets you press and separate the liquid from the pulp and seeds of tomatoes, vegetables or fruits to produce ultra-smooth liquids. Stabilize the chinois over a bowl or pot by resting it in the tripod stand and let the juices strain hands-free. With the rubberwood pestle you can quickly puree ingredients. The stainless-steel fine mesh conical sieve is ideal to strain custards, create baby food or clarify hot soup stock into a smooth, delicious base. Also ideal for processing soft fruits and vegetables into healthy beverages or dusting pastries with a fine layer of powdered sugar. Chrome-plated stand. Stainless-steel chinois. Hand wash pestle. Dishwasher-safe stand and chinois. Product Features Stainless-steel chinois includes the stand and rubberwood pestle Conical fine-mesh sieve separates the seeds and pulp from the liquid The rubberwood pestle allows easy mashing or pureeing Strain fruits, vegetables, berries, custards or clarify hot soup.
This replaced one that my grandmother used and works just as efficiently but being newer and stainless, it cleaned much easier than her old aluminum one. I would have liked the pestal to be a little broader at the point but I do really like it. For applesauce, I recommend peeling apples before cooking.