The Dining Dish blog is Dara Bunjon's take on anything food, both national and in her hometown of Baltimore. Warning: this food blog can be harmful to your waistline.

Thursday, October 23, 2014

For your kitchen: Homegrown Gourmet’s Savor Cube Trays

What to do with my garden bounty and CSA when there was too much to use all at once.  For a number of years I would make pesto with my excess basil and put it in ice cube trays. The ice cube trays needed to be wrapped very tightly with plastic wrap before putting them in the freezer to protect them from distributing and absorbing odors. Once frozen, I would pop the pesto cubes out and put them in a freezer bag for easy access during the winter months.  There were a couple problems with that, the discoloration of the ice cube tray and the lingering odor of the pesto.  When I receive information on Homegrown Gourmet’s Savor Cube Trays with an offer to test them out there was definitely a personal use for this product.

The advantages of the Savor Cube Trays are the sturdy, hard poly skeleton base with the attached lid to seal in the flavors and aromas while freezing, the dishwasher safe silicone cup inserts and what appeared to be easy removal of the frozen product. 

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