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Tupperware Classics: Square Rounds

Posted by Andrew Humphrey on

UPDATE 3 November 2017: The classic Freezer Square Rounds are back as a special offer in November and December 2017.  Since I first wrote this blog post, Tupperware has launched an upgraded freezer range, the Freezer Mates. I can also still supply spare parts for the Freezer Square Rounds. Of all the Tupperware classics, the Square Rounds are probably the most timeless and iconic. Whether it's the roomy 800ml size shown here, or the lower-slung 400ml version, it is a sorry kitchen that doesn't have some Square Rounds. Air-tight, water-tight, cool-looking -- perfect.Once they were an all-purpose Tupperware container, but Square Rounds have...

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Tupperware classics: Quick Shake

Posted by Andrew Humphrey on

UPDATE:Since I wrote this blog post in 2011, Tupperware has now upgraded the product.  It is now called the EZ Shaker and it available in two sizes. I can still supply spare parts for the classic Quick Shake A couple of years ago, someone at Tupperware decided the Quick Shake needed a bit of a revamp. It was redesigned and repackaged for the naughties as a smoothie maker. Frankly, you mess with perfection at your peril, and like New Coke, the gussied-up Quick Shake was soon airbrushed from history, and the original reinstated. The Quick Shake's printed scale makes it...

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Economies rise and fall, but cakes stand tall

Posted by noreply@blogger.com (Andrew) on

I am doing some work for the London School of Economics. This week staff cock a snook at the global economic meltdown with a fundraising cake sale and tea party, organised by Rose in the Student Services Centre. I donate a couple of pieces of Tupperware for the raffle, including the Expressions Rectangular Server you can see in the bottom right of the picture, bearing an oozy lemon drizzle cake.I also go along to a meeting of the Fulham WI , and will dropping in on their sisters in North West London next month. Watch this space for a report....

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Tupperware in my Seoul

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In Seoul this week I arrange to stay for a few days with a local family. Since it was around Easter when I left London for Korea, I take them gifts of Lindt chocolate bunnies. Not the most practical thing to transport across the world in my suitcase via the baggage hold and bus transfers, but what better protection than a Tupperware FridgeSmart. The FridgeSmart also helps me bring back some unique Korean foodie souvenirs without crushing the packaging. Tupperware Oysters are handy too: one for my contact lenses, one for the little brushes that my dentist insists I use...

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Plastic ware, plastic hair

Posted by noreply@blogger.com (Andrew) on

My first blog of the year. That's shameful. Although I haven't really been doing a lot of Tupperware recently, life has sort of got in the way.I did recently respond to a party request from Syd, a transplanted Iowan who is now settled in London. She and her friends love any excuse to dress up, and so I bussed it over to Shoreditch one Sunday evening for a glamtastic Tupperware shindig.Syd and her friends really make an occasion of it, with a dress code that is pitched somewhere between Desperate Housewives, Tales of the City and Valley of the Dolls....

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