Garlic keepers are a traditional way to store this kitchen essential so it's always fresh and close at hand. Attractive, lidded crock holds three to four large heads.
There are so many things to love about this storage jar. It limits light exposure, the decorative cutouts keep air circulating, and the ceramic material keeps contents cool. All of this adds up to a longer shelf life for veggies like potatoes and onions. Food-safe, lead-free glaze.
This decorative and functional steel rack dries six bunches of your garden herbs — flowers, hot peppers and garlic too. Because there's no electricity needed or prep work — just cut, tie and hang — you can put up herbs a few at a time, just as they reach their peak. Works best in a room that's cool, dry and dark.
Fresh garlic takes a home-cooked meal over the top. Rub whole cloves back and forth against the ridges, and you have freshly shredded garlic to toss into your sautes and sauces. Or add some extra virgin olive oil, and perhaps some fresh herbs to the gratings, and voila — fresh tasty dipping oil for that hot crusty bread you're pulling out of the oven! Handsome enough for the dinner table too.
Use light downward pressure and an easy rocking motion to crush garlic cloves, forcing the pieces through the holes where they’re ready to be spooned into your favorite dish. Easier to use and clean than a traditional garlic press.
Years ago, people stored "keeper" crops such as apples, winter squash, onions and potatoes on rustic wooden racks like this one. The drawers are slatted to ensure good air circulation, and they slide out for easy access. For best results, the rack should be located in a cool, dark cellar or shed.
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