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  2. Final Touch Decanter Dryer

    Final Touch Decanter Dryer


    Sometimes you just need a thin long rigid thing with a soft tip that sticks straight up. (OK, I don’t know where your minds are going, but I’m talking about a decanter dryer!)

    Decanter dryers are incredibly useful for drying all sorts of bottles, carafes, pitchers, etc., anything, in fact, that needs to hang upside down and let air circulate inside so that the moisture drains out and evaporates. It’s particularly useful for anything with a narrow neck, which makes hand drying very difficult, like our water bottles that we try to keep by our side so that we remember to hydrate. And it’s so much better than trying to balance your decanter precariously in your drain basket, risking damage or breakage.

    The problem with most decanter dryers is that they take up a lot of room, and when they’re not gainfully employed to dry something, they are often in the way. That is what makes the FInal Touch Decanter Dryer such a revelation!

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  3. Final Touch Fill & Store

    Final Touch Fill & Store


    There is a category of tools that we call the Slap-My-Forehead,-Why-Didn’t-I-Think-of-That tools. These are the tools that solve real problems in a very clever way, and which, if we’d thought about it, we should have thought of it. When we encounter one of these, we get both excited (someone solved a problem) and depressed (why didn’t we think of that?) at the same time. Well, here’s another one of those!

    Problem: you want to store something - stews, soups, sauces, etc. - in a zippered plastic bag so that it takes up less room, you want to store or  freeze it fairly flat, and you can portion it in accessible-sized portions for later use. But trying to put almost anything in a plastic bag requires at least 3, and sometimes 4, hands: 2 to hold the bag open and 1-2 more to pour or ladle the contents into the bag. And since most of us come equipped with only 2, and even if you have a spare pair you can borrow (a willing and helpful spouse, child or friend), the coordination of efforts can be challenging.

    Not any more!!

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  5. Cool Tip: What to Drink while watching the Olympics

    With the Olympics in Rio just around the corner, a lot of our drinking attention will be focused on Caipirinha (pronounced kie-purr-REEN-yah), the national drink of Brazil.

  6. Cool Tip: Placement Matters

    Know how to read a recipe--this Cool Tip provides some good advice on interpreting reciipes.

  7. Cool Tip: Romance & Food

    There is a definite connection between romance & food, here's some information to help understand it...

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