Here's a trio of food-savers I spotted outside Patricia's Pantry in the Alameda Marketplace a while back.
What is the attraction of food containers shaped like food? Do you have to have a different kind for each type of food you're storing? Couldn't they make a generic one, or is there really some kind of subtle difference among these that tailors them to the food they store? Would a L'Eggs egg work just as well? (Do they still make those?)
And do you really need a container for garlic? I just leave mine sitting out. But I go through it fairly quickly.
Each of these containers costs $3.99. I might consider an onion one because I think it's cute. But really, it would be just one more thing to find a place for.
How do you store your garlic, onions and lemons?