These containers are wonderful. I replaced a number of worn out plastic containers with this set. Over the past weeks I have used them for everything from storing leftover canned tomatoes to moving my son’s fish across town. The set comes with 4 sizes of containers. Each container seals nicely and air can be removed via a one way valve to help reduce oxidation. It does help, but does not produce as much of a vacuum as a vacuum sealer does. The containers have a latch on all four sides which is great when I used the smallest one to put a dipping sauce in my son’s lunch for school one day. My one negative is the largest container. I have not found a routine use for it. It did do an admirable job of getting my 8 years old’s fish to and from school for show and tell without spilling a drop, but it is really too big for our refrigerator (just takes up to much space) and I have not had enough leftovers to need to store in something that big. All in all I recommend these containers.
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When these glasses arrived in my house, my daughter took an instant like to them. She is preparing to head off on her own she quickly confiscated them for herself. She is a hot tea person and these glasses have become her tea cups of choice. These glasses by Ozeri are stylish and the double wall is perfect for hot drinks. You can tell that the glasses are produced individually as each one is slightly different. Made from glass that is tougher than normal these tumblers are shatter resistant. My 8 year old has proved that three time in the last week. The glasses are completely dishwasher, microwave and freezer safe, and ship in an elegantly printed and carefully packaged box with a 1 year warranty. Highly recommend these glasses.
Made of durable, heat resistant, mouth-blown borosilicate glass of the finest quality, the 8 oz. Serafino glasses among the most popular glasses in the Ozeri Artisan Series of award-winning handcrafted drink ware. Borosilicate glass is stronger than common glass, shatter-resistant and with the Serafino’s double-walled design, it offers the ultimate insulation to maintain drinks at their ideal temperature. The Serafino’s unique double wall design suspends drinks within an inner wall for an attention-grabbing optical effect, while the wraparound contour provides a natural aesthetic grip. Each glass is made to keep your hands cool even with your hottest drinks and free of condensation with your chilled beverages. The patent-pending Serafino is great for coffee, cappuccinos, hot or iced teas, cocktails, frozen beverages and much more. Each set contains 4 handmade glasses designed for lifetime use. The Serafino glasses are completely dishwasher, microwave and freezer safe and ship in an elegantly printed and carefully packaged box with a 1 year warranty.
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A couple of Saturdays ago (ok March 18th, more than a couple now) a bunch of foodies and winos got together and 5k race broke out. Ok, that’s not quite what happened, but it was a lot of fun. I have run many 5k races over the years, and written about a few of them here. Held at The Shops at La Cantera in Northwest San Antonio near Six Flags Fiesta Texas the 3.11 mile course around the perimeter of the parking lot was clear and fast with only two small hills. As you crossed the finish line you were greeted with several choices of water, beer, red or white wine. Along with Pancakes from Magnolia Pancake Haus, Sheldon Sands Tacos from Smoke, Caulicious (a roasted cauliflower dish) from Grayze.
Caulicious from Grayze
Rossini Bistro was there with fresh mozzarella also.
Wines were available for tasting from Barefoot. H.E.B was passing out samples of various wines they carry in stores. Superfruit Sangria had samples of their excellent sangria.
This was a well-organized race. This was my first race sense moving to the San Antonio are and I must say it will become a favorite. The race course is good, the people were fun and it was designed for a good time.
Culinaria is a not-for-profit organization, here in San Antonio committed to promoting as a premier food and wine destination, while fostering community growth and enrichment within the city. Culinaria provides industry scholarship to students seeking careers I the culinary of hospitality industries. They help students with the resources necessary to attain the education necessary to pursue their dreams. Their biggest project is “the Farm”. Slated to open and come to life this fall the Farm will be a strategic extension of the organization in the form of education. It is the homegrown effort local chefs, farmers and food professionals. Thanks to a very passionate staff this will become the place for folks to learn where their food comes from. The Farm was the primary recipient of the funds raised through this 5K.