Tips & Tricks


Gift Giveing Made Easy!

posted Nov 20, 2016, 11:24 AM by Kenneth Frisk

Give the gift of Tupperware.

And use the Tupperware as the "box" in which to put the gift! 

•The Snack Stor Large, and Freezer-Its are all great products for storing and giving Christmas baking.

•For the person just moving into his/her first home, give a set of Modular Mates to help store and organize the dry goods in the cupboard.  You could even add a grocery store gift card to help fill the containers!  (They'd be very heavy if you bought the flour, sugar...)


•Tumblers and Water Bottles make great stocking stuffers!  And you can even put some personalized silly gifts inside them, like bandages and polysporin for the accident-prone member of the family!

•For the teacher, fill a CounterScaping Dry Container or CrystalWave Soup Mug with all the ingredients needed to make hot chocolate.  A tasty treat that can be used over and over again!

Save on Produce!

posted Apr 3, 2016, 8:51 PM by Kenneth Frisk

Has the skyrocketing price of produce got you down?
Save on your grocery budget by storing your fruits and vegetables in FridgeSmart containers.
With their venting system, you always have the right airflow for the produce you're storing and that keeps them fresher longer.  And that means you won't end up with produce that's gone bad which you'll just toss away.  No wasted produce means no money wasted!
FridgeSmart is available in a variety of sizes so you can get the ones that work best for you!
Click on the "Shop away!" link to the right to see and order your FridgeSmart products as well as any other pieces you need.
Better yet--host a party and get your FridgeSmart for free!
Contact me to pick a date for your party.

Holiday Gift Giving

posted Nov 21, 2015, 6:07 PM by Kenneth Frisk

Give the gift of Tupperware.

And use the Tupperware as the "box" in which to put the gift! 

•The Snack Stor Large, and Freezer-Its are all great products for storing and giving Christmas baking.

•For the person just moving into his/her first home, give a set of Modular Mates to help store and organize the dry goods in the cupboard.  You could even add a grocery store gift card to help fill the containers!  (They'd be very heavy if you bought the flour, sugar...)


•Tumblers and Water Bottles make great stocking stuffers!  And you can even put some personalized silly gifts inside them, like bandages and polysporin for the accident-prone member of the family!


Burger Making!

posted May 25, 2015, 6:08 AM by Kenneth Frisk

Build a better burger by making it yourself.
Using the Fusion Master Mincer, grind your choice of meat:  beef, chicken, fish.
While you're grinding you can add onions, carrots, apples, and more to give extra flavour.
Add some spices and your ready to form your burgers using the Hamburger Press.
Always remember to turn the handle as you press to create an even thickness.
The last step before barbecuing is to press down in the centre of the burger with your thumb to allow for even cooking.
Enjoy a meal of burgers with your friends!

Get Organized!

posted Dec 26, 2014, 5:00 PM by Kenneth Frisk

An organized cupboard makes preparing meals and baking treats so much easier.
Divide your cupboards/cabinets/pantry into stations.
•Baking Station:  Flour, sugar, brown sugar, baking soda etc.  Everything you use for baking is kept in the same section.
•Pasta and Beans Station:  Rectangles and SuperOvals are great for organizing the foods that make daily means.
•Breakfast Station:  Move the cereal from the boxes into SuperCereal Storers, SuperOvals with Pour-All seals, or Squares--you'll know when you're almost out of a box of cereal because the containers are clear--no more pulling out the box only to find it's empty!
•Snack Station:  Even though we all want a healthier diet, it's still nice to treat oneself everyone once in awhile.  Besides, crackers will go stale quickly if not kept airtight.  So keep the marshmallows soft and the homemade cookies fresh in Modular Mate Square containers.
•Beverage Station:  Hot chocolate, tea, coffee--These all need to be kept in airtight containers to maximize flavour.  
Don't know where to get started?  Host a party and we'll focus on Cupboard Organization.
Or book a Custom Kitchen Planning session with me--I'll work with you to organize your cupboards, selecting the right shapes and sizes to fit your needs.  I'll even come back and help you put them in the cupboards when your order arrives!

Holiday Gift Giving!

posted Nov 15, 2014, 8:04 AM by Kenneth Frisk

Give the gift of Tupperware.

And use the Tupperware as the "box" in which to put the gift! 

Petite and Snack Canisters, the Snack Stor Large, and FreezerMates are all great products for storing and giving Christmas baking.

Disney Canisters come in a 4pc set--that's four different gift giving options from jewelry or a gift card in the Mini container to a sweater in the Large.

•For the person just moving into his/her first home, give a set of Modular Mates to help store and organize the dry goods in the cupboard.  You could even add a grocery store gift card to help fill the containers!  (They'd be very heavy if you bought the flour, sugar...)

•Tumblers and Water Bottles make great stocking stuffers!  And you can even put some personalized silly gifts inside them!


Plan Ahead!

posted Oct 11, 2014, 12:42 PM by Kenneth Frisk

Christmas and Channukah might be a ways off still, but plan ahead!
People love gifts from the heart and what better gift to share than baking for which you are famous!
Purchase FreezerMates, Holiday Cansiters, or the retro Stacking Canisters now to fill with your baking later.
Or plan for smaller treats and use the Pie Wedges.
Everyone will love the treats you baked and they'll have great containers to use again and again.

Back To School

posted Aug 13, 2014, 9:25 AM by Kenneth Frisk

The start of the new school year is quickly approaching.
Plan now for litterless lunches for school and work.
Using Tupperware containers everyday saves you money and reduces the amount of wrappers, etc. going to waste.
•Sandwich Keepers--not just for sandwiches!
•Snack Cups, Ideal Lit'l Bowls, Cereal Bowls--liquid-tight seals make them perfect for transporting foods.
•Water bottles and Tumblers--always have enough water to drink throughout the day.
•CrystalWave and Vent'N'Serve--for reheating lunches/leftovers.

Freeze-It!

posted Jul 12, 2014, 5:38 PM by Kenneth Frisk

•Flash-freeze strawberries & raspberries and other bite-size fruit pieces on a cookie sheet in your freezer.  Once frozen, transfer to a Freeze-It or FreezerMate Container

•Blueberries can go directly into your Freeze-It or FreezeSmart Container--no flash-freezing required.

•Blanch most vegetables, especially leafy greens, before freezing.  If not blanched first, some vegetables, while still safe to eat, will have colours, textures, and flavours that are a bit off.  After blanching, immediately put the vegetables into ice water--you want to cool the food down as quickly as possible to stop the cooking process.  Next, drain the vegetables and dry off as best as possible, then store in Freeze-It or FreezerMate Containers.  Below are blanching times.  (All approximate.)

Artichoke(Hearts) 6 minutes
Asparagus 2-4 minutes (depending on how thick the stalks are)
Beans-Green or Wax 3 minutes
Broccoli (1-inch pieces) 2 minutes
Brussels Sprouts 3-5 minutes (depending on size)
Cauliflower (1-inch) 3 minutes
Kohlrabi (1-inch cubes) 1 minute
Leafy Greens 1-2 minutes (use the longer time for collards and cabbage)
Okra 2-3 minutes (depending on size)
Peas (Pod) 2-3 minutes (depending on size)
Peas (Shelled) 1.5 minutes
Squash (Chayote) 2 minutes
Squash (Summer) 3 minutes

Hosting Tips

posted Apr 13, 2014, 7:26 AM by Kenneth Frisk   [ updated Apr 13, 2014, 7:35 AM ]

Keep it simple!
•We're making something for guests to try at the party, so only put out one or two other things to eat.
Personally invite guests
•A phone call to friends is the best way to invite them.  Social media is great for reminders, but the personal touch let's you know who can make it.
Over invite.
•Things come up and people can't make it last minute, so invite twice as many people as you expect.
Bring a friend!
•When inviting guests, tell them to bring a friend/relative/coworker with them that you don't know--they'll receive a gift from me for doing so.
Have fun!
–It's a Tuppeware party!  I'll be showering you with gifts so relax and enjoy it.

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