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August 23, 2010

Aperture Spice Rack


From the website:


This simple spice rack is made from one piece of 18 gauge folded stainless steel.

A narrow aperture on the front provides a glimpse of the spices hidden behind.

Includes glass spice jars with cork tops.

Wall mount with two screws.

18" x 4.25" x 2.5".




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While you are out cruising the web, why don't you find the spice rack for the foodies - you know, 70-150 spices? I have one curried lentil salad recipe that calls for cumin, dry mustard, turmeric, mace, coriander, cardamon, cayenne pepper, ground cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, salt, pepper & sugar. (The Frog Commissary Cookbook, Steven Poses 1985 ISBN 0-385-18456-5).

Looking at the spices in that 8-bottle rack I see green cardamon pods, black pepper, star anise, turmeric, white peppercorns or whole coriander and what could be cinnamon... Pretty spices, but way short of what I'd call a well-stocked kitchen.

Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Aug 24, 2010 1:42:25 PM

I love the idea, but you can get one for much cheaper at IKEA. And the bottles have real stoppers, not cork. Great for holding Indian spices, which are always sold in mass quantities.

Posted by: Becs | Aug 23, 2010 7:08:10 PM

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