Jul 042011
 

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Did you know that Rubbermaid has a new line of GLASS storage containers? Ohhhh, watch me drool. These are so great. Glass. Doesn’t stain when you put spaghetti sauce in them and then try to heat it up in the microwave! That’s big folks. Really big! AND, you can not only store food in them, and microwave them but you can put them in the oven…and the freezer. These are perfect for all those 4th of July leftovers we are going to have this evening. Then tomorrow I can warm them up and eat all over again! Yummy!!

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Christy and I were eying these in the store one day and as we were drooling and discussing the endless possibilities we decided right them and there we had to have a set. I think that Rubbermaid must have had a spy in there listening to us ooh and ahh because a few days later they asked me would I like to try them out. Heck Yeah!!

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Rubbermaid Glass can take your leftovers from the fridge to the oven or microwave and right to the dinner table. Clean up will be a breeze since these containers are also dishwasher safe. Made of crystal clear tempered glass, this container also has a removable rubberized gasket that creates a leak-proof seal.

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Now, you can enjoy the organization benefits of the Easy Find Lids system with the versatility of glass. Like other Easy Find Lids products, Rubbermaid Glass containers have lids and bases that neatly nest for compact storage. Lids snap to bases and other lids to make finding the right lid a breeze. Glass bases are designed to stack neatly, which saves space and prevents them from getting stuck together. Rubbermaid glass containers are also ideal for reheating foods in the microwave and the glass bases are oven safe up to 425°F. Plus, a built-in gasket creates a leak-proof seal.

rubbermaid-glass-giveawayAND, Rubbermaid would like to send one lucky reader a set for their very own!

To Enter: Tell me in a comment: What is your biggest food storage issue?

All entries must be received by July 9th, 2011 at 11:59 PM.All entries must have a valid US mailing address. Winner will be selected randomly and  will have 3 days to respond to the verification e-mail or another winner will be chosen.

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“Rubbermaid supplied some of the information and product for giveaway to help facilitate this post. I was in no other way compensated and all opinions are those of my own.”

  103 Responses to “Rubbermaid Glass Storage (GIVEAWAY)”

  1. like TPIP on facebook-lmurley2000

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  3. I have trouble with not having enough bowls for storage

  4. like u and shared on my fb :http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/profile.php?id=1210474835 Julie Scott Laws

  5. email subscriber

  6. Mine is keeping the lids and containers together :)
    thanks

  7. I’m an e-mail subscriber.
    jtmagmom73(at)gmail(dot)com

  8. My biggest storage problem is keeping and finding the matching lids with my containers.
    jtmagmom73(at)gmail(dot)com

  9. I subscribe via email.

  10. My biggest food storage issue is keeping the lids with the containers and, like another poster said, the complete chaos that lurks in my cabinets.

  11. I posted on your Recipe Page for the Carmel Pecan Pie
    http://thepost-itplace.com/2008/11/carmel-pecan-pie/comment-page-1/#comment-47938
    Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

  12. I follow Jillyneam-1 on Twitter (Cezovski) and I tweeted
    http://twitter.com/cezovski/status/89225946070130689
    Digicats {at} sbcglobal {dot} net

  13. I subscribed with Google Reader, but I would also like to subcribe by e-mail
    Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

  14. My biggest food storage problem is remembering what I put into containers in the dridge, especially if they aren’t glass so I can see what’s in there!

  15. subscribe by reader

  16. I can never find the lids!! And all my containers are weird and mismatched so the cupboard is a mess.

  17. I subscribe — I would like to be added to your emails

    Seasidesmitten@aol.com

  18. What a generous giveaway! My biggest food storage issue has been being able to store leftovers. My husband and I just got married and we only have 2 old tupperware containers. If they’re already being used we’re out of luck when it comes to storing our leftover food.

    Seasidesmitten@aol.com

  19. I agree with the first poster. My trouble is storing my food storage containers– the cupboards are a mess. I think I need bigger cupboards— or more cupboards! and perhaps a class in organizing everything in a neat and orderly fashion would help!

  20. Salad Bowls!! Thats the size I need and hard to find!
    Carla
    cpullum(at)yahoo(dot)com

  21. I subscribe via email!

  22. My biggest food storage problem is finding the lids to my containers!

  23. I am an email subscriber

  24. I hate it when you can’t see inside the container when it is in the freezer to tell what it is and then I hate that I can never find the lids for the containers on my shelf.

  25. I subscribe by email!
    monk5 at charter dot net

  26. My biggest food storage issue is matching the lids with the right container!
    monk5 at charter dot net

  27. I follow you on facebook and The Post-It Place.

  28. Keeping up with which lid goes with what container, somehow I’m always losing lids.

  29. email subscriber

  30. My biggest problem is not having enough space for all different containers

  31. storage is my problem, I have limited space in a very small kitchen have had to put shelving units in the laundry room for the overflow. (Renting till I decide which area I want to buy in). Hope ya had a great 4th!!!

  32. subscriber

  33. If you can’t see what is stored inside the container, it probably never will be eaten. Leftovers have a limited life at best, and mostly the family wants ‘quick’. If they see it, they will eat it but they will not hunt.
    Which means the leftovers buildupwhich becomes my issue

  34. My biggest issue is space & then seeing what is inside of the containers that I’m using.

  35. keeping my storage containers organized in cabnet…
    is my issue…..

  36. I am also a email subscriber

  37. my issue is storing all the lids to the storage containers, there never seems to be a good way!

  38. I follow you on twitter as @tannawings
    http://twitter.com/tannawings/status/88059221563817984

  39. My biggest trouble is storing my food storage containers! I hate putting them away because that cabinet is always chaos!

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