Don’t let those precious fresh herbs go to waste — freeze them in handy Chef n’ Spice freezer tray. Simply pack cups with the herbs of your choice and seal using the innovative collapsible lid—each cup holds 1½ oz. when collapsed and 2½ oz. when fully extended. $9.95. Sur La Table.
Making cocktails, need a garnish for that masterpiece, or a wedge of lemon or lime to jazz up your water? Then you need this handy-dandy gadget which cuts lemons or limes into eight even wedges . The included cradle holds citrus securely in place while cutting, and the rubber, nonslip feet keep it from sliding. 10 bucks. Sur la table.
Who doesn’t love an ice cream sandwich? (Rhetorical.) This sandwich press makes it easy to turn your favorite cookies and ice cream into tasty ice cream sandwiches. Like coffee and Oreos? Just a suggestion. Simply place a cookie in the press, add a scoop of ice cream, top it with another cookie. $8. Sur la table.
Prepara Stainless Steel Herb Savor.
The Prepara stainless steel Herb Savor keeps fresh herbs at their peak flavor . It’s laboratory-tested to make sure leafy green herbs stay fresh and flavorful for up to three weeks. Just fill the stainless-steel base with water, place your herbs in the basket and store in the fridge.Sleek and compact design fits inside your refrigerator door. $32.95. At William-Sonoma.
It’s called the Bottle Loft. With these clever fridge storage strips, your bottles will hang out in a cool ‘loft’ above all the lowly tupperware. Each strip features three super-strong neodymium magnets–two strips secure a six pack of your favorite beverage bottles to the ceiling of your refrigerator, keeping them handy and freeing up (some) space for other food . The strips adhere to any spot with heavy-duty peel-and-stick adhesive. $38 at Uncommon Goods.