Top 10: Containers for Leftovers

Peter Dolkas
top-01 If color is what you're missing in your leftovers storage solution, look no further than this set of rainbow-lidded microwavable containers. Pyrex 18 Piece Storage Set, $28, Target
top-02 A classic air-tight storage container, perfect for dry goods of any kind. But, should you happen to make too much chowder, we think it could make a great soup jar as well. Storage Jar, $10, Muji
top-03 Did someone order takeout? Fool all your co-workers when you bring these eco-friendly containers to the break room. Green To-Go Containers, From $11, Crate & Barrel
top-04 These glass containers display leftovers so well, they may not last for more than one midnight snack-time. Bormioli Rocco Glass Storage Container Set, $20, Williams-Sonoma
top-05 A pop of color and a solution for our stale buns? We'll take it. Enamel Bread Bin, From $10, West Elm
top-06 This retro bowl makes an adorable addition to your tabletop, but when serving time is over pop on the lid for simple storage. Storage Bowl Red Daisy, $7, Fishs Eddy
top-07 Made in Austria, this enamel container is ideal for saving stews, as it features a rubber seal for leak-proof storage. Enamelware Lunch Container, $49, Kaufman Mercantile
top-08 If lasting freshness is what you're after, savor the flavors of your scraps longer with this vacuum-sealable set. Vac 'n Save Rectangle Food Storage Set, $25, Sur la Table
top-09 Quaint compartments make this stainless steel container an easy way to enjoy a balanced leftover meal. LunchBots Quad Lime Green, $21, LunchBots
top-010 Originally made for canning jams and preserves, these Weck Mold Jars are the perfect size for that last little scoop of stuffing you just can't part with. Weck Mold Jar, $24, Provisions by Food 52

Add a Comment

More Stories
1