04. 07. 2008
Plastica makes a thermos for food (at last!)
Is the plural of thermos "thermoses" or "thermice"?
While you're pondering that, allow me to introduce you to this fabulous new food thermos from Plastica. The problem with storing soups and stews in a traditional thermos is that the top is never wide enough to pour out a decent portion - leaving your chicken noodles or chunky vegetables languishing uneaten at the bottom of the flask.
Plastica's Thermos Food Jar costs $30 and is made especially to store and pour any kind of hot food. It will keep your stew steaming for 12 hours and chill your gazpacho for 20. Even better, there's an integrated spoon so you don't have to gulp your soup out of a cup (I hate that).
I don't think it's too early to order one or two in time for your Memorial Day picnic, do you?
Via Mighty Goods.