Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Tupperware SmartSteamer - Recipes

Here is an update on the Tupperware SmartSteamer. I couldn't wait to try it when it arrived. I didn't have anything ready to cook for dinner because my husband had suggested we dine out, so I took a couple of frozen, boneless, skinless chicken breasts out of the freezer. I made the recipes that comes with the SmartSteamer (a Warm Potato Salad and Tangy Citrus Chicken - recipes to follow) and steamed the chicken breasts for a few minutes by themselves before adding the veggies since they were frozen.

I was delighted with the results! The warm potato salad was excellent and had the texture of steamed (not microwaved) potatoes. The chicken was tender, and the veggies were steamed to perfection! I couldn't wait to try my SmartSteamer again the following evening. I've used it for steaming spinach, broccoli, peppers, and beans. Everything cooks quickly and perfectly!

Here are some recipes to try when your Tupperware Smart Steamer arrives:

Warm Potato Salad

Makes 4 cups

Potato salads are always a hit, whether for a backyard barbecue or a quiet evening at home. Hearty potatoes and savory Dijon vinaigrette mingle for a new twist on an old favorite.


1-1/2 lb fingerling potatoes or small red potatoes

Place whole potatoes in base of Tupperware SmartSteamer. Cover and place in microwave and cook on high power for 16-18 minutes or until potatoes are tender when pierced with a fork. While potatoes cook, prepare Herb Vinaigrette (recipe below). Remove potatoes from Tupperware SmartSteamer and when cool enough to handle cut into large chunks or slices and place in serving bowl. Immediately pour dressing over potatoes and toss gently until combined; season with salt and pepper to taste.

Herb Vinaigrette

2 Tbsp flat-leaf parsley
1 Tbsp fresh rosemary
1 shallot
1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil
1-1/2 Tbsp balsamic or apple cider vinegar
1/2 Tbsp Dijon mustard
salt and pepper, to taste

Place first six ingredients in base of Chop 'N Prep Chef. Replace cover, pull cord 4-5 times or until herbs are finely chopped and oil and vinegar are blended; season with salt and pepper. Set aside.

And now the chicken:

Tangy Citrus Chicken

Ramp up the flavor of everyday chicken with a zesty citrus sauce. Gentle steaming holds in verdant color from the vegetables in this dish.

Tangy One-Dish Citrus Chicken with Steamed Vegetables
Serves 2

Citrus Sauce
Makes 1/2 cup

1/2 cup fresh basil leaves
1 green onion
2 Tbsp flat-leaf parsley
2 Tbsp capers, drained
1 Tbsp fresh lemon juice
1 clove garlic, peeled
3 Tbsp extra-virgin olive oil
salt and pepper to taste

Place first seven ingredients in the base of your Chop 'N Prep Chef. Replace cover, twist to seal and pull cord 4-5 times to blend to a coarse puree. Remove blade and transfer sauce to a small bowl and season with salt and pepper to taste.


1-3/4 cup/400ml water
2 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1/2 lb/230g green beans, trimmed
1 red bell pepper, cut into thin strips
salt and pepper, to taste
3 Tbsp Citrus Sauce (from previous recipe)

Place water in Water Tray. Place chicken in base of Tupperware SmartSteamer; season with salt and pepper and brush with Citrus Sauce (from previous recipe). Place green beans and red pepper strips in Colander Tray. Microwave on High power 15 minutes or until chicken reaches and internal temperature of 165 degrees F/74 degrees C. Remove chicken to a serving platter and brush with sauce. Toss the vegetables with 1 tablespoon Citrus Sauce and serve with chicken.

note: This recipe was tested at 1200 watts.

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Tupperware SmartSteamer as Seen on the Dr. Oz Show

The new Tupperware SmartSteamer has gotten rave reviews! See and hear what Dr. Oz has to say about the SmartSteamer in the video from his show. It's unique because it is made of a special material that doesn't allow microwaves to penetrate, thereby steaming and not microwaving your food.

Then give me a call and I'll demo it for you! 604.261.1509. You can have it FREE with your double host credit available to Hosts the first 2 weeks in January with a qualifying party!

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Discontinued List Catalogue 2011

So here it is... the coveted December 31, 2010 Discontinued List! Items are being discontinued for a variety of reasons - from sales performance to limited release to reconfiguration to replacement or colour change. Many of these items are great finds and will make your life easier and save you money. Pick up the items you've had your eye on before they disappear!

I have the new 2011 Catalogue in my hot little hand! Let me know if you would like me to send you a copy!

Here are the products being discontinued with the start of the Spring 2011 Catalog.


Domed Cutting Board

TupperWave® Stack Cooker Colander

TupperWave® Stack Cooker 1¾-Qt./1.75 L Casserole

Microfiber Chef’s Towel Set

Disney Fairies Sandwich Keepers

FridgeSmart® 4-Pc. Set with gift box

Freezer Mates® Complete Set with gift box

TupperWave® Stack Cooker Recipe Book

Serving Spoon Set

Spatula and Whisk Set

Complete Kitchen Prep Set

Ladle and Skimmer Set

Vent ’N ServeMedium

Vent ’N ServeMedium Shallow

Vent ’N ServeMedium Deep

Keep TabsContainers (buy 1 set)

Keep TabsContainers (buy 2 sets)

Onion Keeper Replaced

Disney Mickey Mouse Meal Set

Rectangular Sandwich Keeper

Round Sandwich Keeper

Tupperware® Eco Tumblers

Keepers Set

Freezer Mates® Large 1

Freezer Mates® Large 3

Chef SeriesSoup Set

Chef SeriesPro Carving Set

Early Ages Eco Feed and Grow Set

Early Ages Eco Sippy Set

Winter Stacking Canister Set

Winter Snack Canister

Ice PrismsExclusive Collection

Saturday, December 4, 2010

2011 Price Increase List

Soon we'll have a new catalogue, with some items discontinued and some with price increases. First the price increases... in case you would like to owns some or all of these items before you'll need to pay more for them. These are Canadian prices.

I'll post the Discontinued List soon!

Price Changes

To help consumers better deal with today’s improving but still-challenging economy, we

successfully managed to hold the line on many product prices for the Spring 2011 Catalog.

However, a few small price increases were necessary due to rising material costs. The affected

products and their new prices are listed below.

Catalog product price change schedule

All price increases become effective at 12:01 a.m. Eastern Time on January 1, 2011.

Price Increases

Product Old Price New Price

Boys Camo Lunch Set $30.50 $35.50

Fashion Lunch Set $47.75 $49.75

Freezer Mates® Complete Set $101.25 $111.50

Freezer Mates® Family Set $45.00 $46.00

Freezer Mates® Starter Set $32.50 $33.50

Girls Camo Lunch Set $30.50 $35.50

His Lunch Set $45.25 $47.75

Microwave Cereal Bowls $24.25 $25.50

Quick Chef $67.50 $70.00

Salsa Set $165.50 $169.50

Small Modular Bowl Set $22.50 $23.75

Spin ’N SaveSalad Spinner $59.50 $67.50

Thatsa® Bowl $27.50 $28.75

Thatsa® Mega Bowl $35.50 $36.25

Tupperware® Impressions Classic Bowl Set $42.25 $43.50

TupperWave® Stack Cooker Complete System $149.50 $152.50

Vent ’N Serve7-Pc. Large Set $172.50 $177.25

Vent ’N ServeSmall Round Set $55.00 $57.00

Wonderlier® 3-Pc. Bowl Set $40.50 $41.25

Monday, November 29, 2010

I Ship Tupperware!

I cannot believe it's been so long since my last post. I'll bet you think I haven't been doing anything! Ah, but I have been working behind the scenes, advising, selling, and sharing what I know about Tupperware. I recently celebrated 7 years with Tupperware, a business that found me. And it's been interesting the number of inquiries I've had from afar in the past few months.

My most recent shippement went to Florida... the home of Tupperware, when a very nice lady was unable to find a Flavor Saver in her local market. Here is the note she sent me when it arrived:

"Hi Cheryll, The package arrived Saturday and I was thrilled. Thank you so very much for selling it to me and for shipping it. I truly appreciate it and used it already this weekend.
I wish you a very Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year.
Sincerly, Margot"

If you are unable to find what you are looking for, drop me an e-mail. I will do my best to solve your problem.

Monday, August 16, 2010

New Catalogue Fall and Winter 2010

Yes, I've seen the new catalogue, and it is really fantastic! It is not available on-line yet, but I do have them in my hot little hands (and I'm not kidding about the hot as we are having a heatwave!). Let me know if you'd like one, and if you'd like to be an insider - join my team. We are always the 1st to know!

Give me a call or drop me a line for a catalogue if you are in my neighbourhood, otherwise I'll post it as soon as Tupperware releases it for publication on-line.

You'll want to ask me about the new Tupperware Smart Steamer - the perfect companion for the microwave - even if you don't like to cook in the microwave!

Saturday, August 7, 2010

BC Hydro Tip on How to Keep Your Home Cool This Summer

BC Hydro's newsletter suggests a few ways to keep our homes cooler with the mid-summer temperatures that would have us almost praying for a reprieve. Here is tip #3:

Try to minimize the amount of heat you generate inside your home. Don't use your clothes dryer and hang clothes to dry outside instead. Try not to turn on your stoves and oven. Instead, use the microwave or barbecue outside.

Here's where Tupperware comes in. The Tupperware Microwave Rice Maker really does a fantastic job of cooking rice and other whole grains! Take it from me, someone who doesn't cook in the microwave, to try it out. You'll never go back to your messy rice cooker or stove top rice making again. Think of the heat you won't create in your home, and the money you'll save by cooking in the microwave, while not compromising quality.

BTW, look for the Tupperware Microwave Rice Cooker to be on sale in the mid August sales flyer!

Friday, August 6, 2010

Discontinued Tupperware List Fall & Holiday 2010 Catalogue

Time to order those items you've been thinking you'd like to have. Some are disappearing and others are going up in price. Still others are having their prices reduced. I've posted the list here for you.

What is the most urgent item to order from the catalogue before it's gone? Opinions will vary, but I'd say the Freezer Mate Fresh & Pure Ice Trays are going to be highly sought after by anyone who doesn't own them yet. Don't miss out - call or e-mail me today! 604.261.1509,

Products being discontinued with the start of the
Fall & Holiday 2010 Catalogue

Keep Tabs™ Buy 3 Sets Offer
Keep Tabs™ Buy 4 Sets Offer
FlatOut!® 6-Pc. Set
Chef Series™ Pro Complements Set
TupperLiving™ Blooming Teapot with Infuser (G)
Simple Indulgence™ Blooming Green Tea Sampler (G)
Super Cereal Storer – Buy 2 offer
FridgeSmart® Fruit Set
Hamburger Press & Hotdog Keeper Set
Hamburger Keepers Set
Grilling Set
Breakfast Set
Spring Neoprene Oven Mitt (G)
Spring Neoprene Pot Holders (G)
Spring Adjustable Apron (G)
Spring Microfiber Towel Set (G)
Spring Food & Fashion Set (G)
Spring Cleaning Set (G)
Tumbler and Seal Brushes
Freezer Mates® Fresh & Pure Ice Trays
Tupperware® Impressions Serving Set
Large Modular Bowl Set
Vent ’N Serve™ Super Set
Onion and Garlic Keeper Set
Tomato and Avocado Keeper Set
Bell Tumbler Set
Complete Wine Accessories Set
Quick Chef
Salsa Set
Spin ’N Save™ Salad Spinner
Chef Series™ Pro Knife Starter Set with FREE Cutting Board
FlatOut!® 2-Pc. Set
Complete Feeding Set with Tumblers
FridgeSmart® Small
FridgeSmart® 4-Pc. Set
Tupperware® Eco Tumblers
Ice Prisms™ Thirst Quencher Set Catalog
Vent ’N Serve™ Medium Set Catalog
Confidence Container (fundraiser item) Catalog
Smidget™ Containers Set of 6 (fundraiser item) Catalog
Fashion Lunch Set (Q) Catalog
His Lunch Set (Q) Catalog
Lunchtime Fun Set for Kids (Q) Catalog

**IMPORTANT** The Spring/Summer catalogue closes for sales AND orders on Friday August 27 at midnight! It’s a HARD CLOSE! All orders must be submitted by Friday August 27th!

Price Decreases

Product Old Price New Price
Vent ’N Serve™ Medium Shallow $23.50 $21.25
CrystalWave® Soup Mug $19.25 $17.50
CrystalWave® Lunch’n Dish w/ Cold Cup $23.75 $22.00
CrystalWave® Medium Dish $23.75 $22.75

Price Increases

Product Old Price New Price
Chef Series™ 6-Qt./5.7 L Dutch Oven with Cover $231.25 $306.25
Chef Series™ 8”/20 cm Fry Pan with Cover $124.50 $168.75
Chef Series™ 11”/28 cm Fry Pan with Cover $194.50 $243.75
Chef Series™ 3-Qt./2.8 L Saucepan with Strainer Cover $175.00 $225.00
Commuter Mug $27.75 $29.50
FridgeSmart® Small (new inlaid label) $18.50 $19.75
Insulated Tumbler with Drip-Less™ Straw Seal $26.00 $31.00
Lemon Lime Press $24.50 $30.50
Microwave Cereal Bowls $23.75 $24.25
Quick Shake® Container $20.25 $21.00
Modular Mates® Oval Set $72.50 $74.00
Modular Mates® Super Set $195.50 $206.75
Vent ’N Serve™ Medium Deep $25.25 $25.50

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Jel-Ring Mold

The Jel-Ring Mold is lots of fun at this time of year or any time of the year for that matter! Here is some information from the product insert on how to mold, unmold, uses, and helpful hints when using the Jel-Ring Mold. Hope you'll find this info helpful.

For 1 week, ending July 30, 2010 purchase the Mini Jel-Ring Mold Set for $11.99, a $31 retail value! It features one 2-1/2 cup mold and four 1/2 cup molds. They are so cute, you have to have them at this price!

The Jel-Ring Mold includes 3 pieces: fluted ring mold, fluted inner seal and Classic Round large seal.
  • When filled, the sealed mold can be transported to the fridge without spills

  • Capacity is 6 cups (1.4 liters) with 9-1/2" diameter

  • Each piece of the Jel-Ring Mold is dishwasher safe

To Mold

  • Apply inner seal to ring mold. Make sure that it is completely sealed around the mold edge to avoid leaking.

  • A very light coating/spray of vegetable oil may be used on the inside of the ring mold if desired.

  • Prepare recipe and fill inverted mold.

  • Apply large seal and refrigerate mold, still inverted large seal up), until gelatin mixture is firm.

To Unmold

  • Remove from refrigerator and let mold stand at room temperature for 15 minutes.

  • Immerse sealed mold in warm water for 20-30 seconds, taking care not to melt gelatin. If mold has been pre-sprayed with oil, it may not be necessary to immerse in warm water.

  • Remove sealed mold from water, invert mold (large seal up) then peel off large seal. Place chilled serving plate over mold and invert onto plate

  • Slowly peel off inner seal in a circle and carefully pull upwards.

  • Lift off ring mold slowly.


  1. Gelatin-based desserts turn out beautifully piled high in center with fresh berries, peeled orange slices, sliced kiwi or pineapple, and sugared grapes.

  2. Shape chicken, shrimp, potato or pasta salads as a ring. Fill center with cherry tomatoes, crisp carrots, raisins and celery sticks.

  3. Hot, cooked rice can be shaped by the Jel-Ring Mold, and the center filled with creamed chipped beef, curried chicken or sauteed shrimp.

  4. Fill ring mold with juice or punch, seal then freeze. Allow room for liquid expansion in freezer. When frozen, run under warm water for 10 seconds and gently unmold into your punch bowl. This ice ring won't dilute your punch!

  5. For multi-layered desserts, just refrigerate layer by layer in inverted ring mold, starting at the bottom and working your way up to the rim of the ring mold. Make sure that each refrigerated layer is firm enough before pouring next layer.

  6. Shape meat loaf mixture in the Jel-Ring Mold, remove ring mold by inverting onto a shallow 10" Square baking pan and bake. Just before serving, fill center with sauteed mushrooms.

Helpful Tips

  • When filling with liquids, keep in mind that capacity is to 1/4" below rim of ring mold.

  • When filling with solids, you can pile 1/4" above rim to later compress with the large seal.

  • For the perfect molded salad, decrease water by 1/2 cup per 6 oz. package. This will keep the gelatin firm and the fluted design more prominent. When adding fruits or vegetables, decrease the amount of liquid added by 1/4 cup for each 3 oz. box, or single envelope of gelatin.

  • Before adding other ingredients, chill gelatin until thickened, not set. If gelatin isn't thick enough, ingredients may float or sink.

  • Do not add fresh or frozen pineapple as an ingredient, only as a topping/garnishing. An enzyme in fresh pineapple keeps gelatin from setting. Cooked or canned pineapple is fine to use.

  • Gelatin should be completely firm before unmolding. It should not feel sticky on top, nor sag towards the sid if the ring mold is tilted.

  • Unmold gelatin on a chilled plate to show down melting.

  • If serving plate is moistened before unmolding, the moist surface lets you slide gelatin to the center if is has unmolded slightly off-center.

Saturday, July 24, 2010

20 Helpful Ideas to get the most out of your Freezermate Ice Cube Trays

What's so great about Tupperware covered Ice Cube Trays? You will always have fresh ice on hand that is free of crumbs, and doesn't smell and taste like your fridge or freezer. No evaporation either, so you can always count on great ice in your freezer, and no more spills on the way to the freezer! (Good for husbands and kids... shhh!)

And thank goodness Tupperware always comes up with helpful ideas to save us time and money. Take advantage of our Covered Ice Cube trays to create some convenient, tasty bits to have on hand. This is one product that comes and goes, so don't miss out.

20 Helpful Freezer Mates® Ice Cube Tray Ideas!

Pesto: Fill each cube with pesto, seal and freeze. For easy preparation, place cubes in a stainless steel mixing bowl and rest the bowl over a Chef Series™ 6-Qt./5.6 L Dutch Oven pot of cooking pasta (for a makeshift double boiler). The heat from the boiling water will melt the cubes just in time to toss with the hot pasta.

Stocks, Broth & Sauces: Fill each cube with stock, broth or sauce, seal, and freeze. Remove and use as needed.

Lemon & Lime Juice: Fill each cube with lemon/lime juice, seal, and freeze. Remove as needed for adding that zing or lemons/lime flavor to cooking or baking.

Homemade Baby Food: Freeze small amounts pureed fruits, vegetables, starches, and meat in each cube. Fill each cube, seal, and freeze for fresh, unprocessed baby food. To use, take out the desired number of cubes and thaw or reheat before feeding.

Fresh Herbs: Tupperware® Quick Chef, chop fresh herbs. Transfer 2 tbsp. of herbs into each cube, fi ll with approximately 1 tbsp. of water per cube, seal and freeze. Store until you are ready to add them to sauces, soups, stews or salsa.

Leftover Wine: Fill each cube with any type of wine, seal, and freeze. Perfect for adding to sauces. There may be a small difference in color of the sauce but will not affect the taste.

Juice & Pudding Popsicles: Fill each cube with juice or pudding, seal and freeze. When ready to eat, remove from freezer, place in a snack cup and let it slightly thaw until it becomes the consistency of an Italian Ice.

Frozen Fruit Chunks: For the perfect garnish for a sparkling summer drink, place assorted fruits into each cube including strawberries, lemon/lime zest, raspberries, pineapple, or grapes. Fill the remainder of the cube with water, seal, and freeze.

Buttermilk: Fill each cube with buttermilk, seal and freeze. Buttermilk can be frozen to be used in baking. If you would like to use it to make salad dressing, place in the Tupperware® Quick Chef and blend it till it returns to its original consistency.

Egg Whites & Egg Yolks: Fill each cube with egg yolk/egg white, seal and freeze. Use for recipes that call for egg white or egg yolks.

Pancake, Waffl e, & Crepe Batter: Fill each cube with batter. Seal and freeze. Place a cube on a hot fry pan, let it spread out then cook as normal without the fuss.

Coffee & Tea: Don’t water down your drinks. Fill each cube with coffee or tea, seal, and freeze. Use in place of ice for iced coffee or tea.

Tomato Paste & Tomato Sauce: When all you need is a small amount for a recipe, fi ll each cube with tomato paste or sauce, seal, freeze and use as needed.

Leftover Gravy: Fill each cube with leftover gravy, seal and freeze. Remove and use as needed.

Gelatin Squares: Prepare gelatin square recipe on packaging. Refrigerate until fi rm. To loosen, run a small knife under hot tap water and loosen edges.

Flavored Cubes: Fill each cube with your favorite fruit fl avored drink or juice, seal and freeze. Use to fl avor ice tea or other beverages or to add flavor to water in your Tupperware® Sports Bottle.

Onions, Garlic, Chilies, Carrots, & Celery: Chop vegetables using the Tupperware® Quick Chef. Transfer 2 tbsp. into each cube, fi ll with approximately 1 tbsp. of water per cube, seal and freeze. Perfect for adding to casseroles, sauces, soups, stews or salsa.

Chocolate Molds or Fudge: Prepare chocolate or fudge according to directions. Fill the cube with the chocolate, seal and freeze until firm. To loosen run a small knife under hot tap water and loosen the edges.

Leftover Condiments: Fill each cube with leftover condiments like mustard, ketchup, barbecue sauce, salsa, or relish, seal and freeze. Thaw and use as toppings or in recipes.

Cookie Dough: Always have fresh baked cookies on hand. Fill each cube with a heaping teaspoon of cookie dough, seal and freeze. Thaw slightly, place on cookie sheet and bake as directed in recipe.
Do you have any ideas to add to the list? I'd love to hear from you if you do!

Friday, June 18, 2010

Sweet Pickles & Refrigerator Dills - Overnight!

Have you been so fortunate as to attend a Tupperware Party lately and discovered the Attendance Special is a set of 2 Small Pick-A-Deli Containers at 40% Off the regular price? So now you have the containers and all you need is the recipe to make your own overnight pickles.

Here are two recipes to fill the bill:

Sweet Pickles

1 lb pickling cucumbers

1/2 medium onion, sliced

4 clovers garlic,smashed

1 cup water

1 cup cider vinegar

1/4 cup sugar

1 tbsp. salt

1 tsp. pickling spice

1 tsp. celery seed

1 tsp. mustard seed

1/4 tsp. turmeric

Slice cucumbers into half-inch thick rounds. Slice onion, peel garlic and smash with side of a knife. Place remaining ingredients in a Chef Series 3 Qt/2.8L Saucepan. Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer 5 minutes, remove from heat and cool.. Layer cucumber slices, onion and garlic in a Small Pick-A-Deli Container. Pour pickling liquid over vegetables. Seal and store overnight in the refrigerator before eating.

Refrigerator Dills

5-6 cucumbers

1 cup white vinegar

5 cups water

1/2 cup sugar

1/2 cup kosher salt

2 cloves garlic, crushed

1 large bunch dill

1 tbsp. black peppercorns

1 tsp. dill seed

Slice cucumbers in half lengthwise and then cut into spears. Place remaining ingredients in a Chef Series 3 Qt./2.8 L Saucepan. Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer 5 minutes, remove from heat and cool. Place cucumber spears in a Small Pick-A-Deli Conainer. Pour pickling liquid over spears. Seal and store 1-2 days in the refrigerator before eating.

Haven't got your set of 2 Small Pick-A-Deli Containers yet? Drop me a line and we'll date your party or arrange for you to attend one of mine so you don't miss out. Remember... these nifty containers are only available until July 9th!

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Large Carry All

Here is one of Tupperware's most sought after products for organizing cupboards! The Large Carry All, with its 58 cup capacity, is only brought out from time to time, but is thoroughly loved by anyone whose used it. Perfect for bulk goods such as flour, sugar and rice. It will accommodate a 10kg bag. Some people like it for dog food, and I've know people to use it for large quantities of produce. It also makes good storage for small children's toys.

The regular price is $50 CDN, but I have a few (brand new of course!) in stock in sheer caribbean with matching seal, that are 35% OFF. A great price at $32.50!

Drop me an e-mail or call me at 604.261.1509 if you'd like one. Only available while my stock lasts as I am unable to order more from Tupperware at this time.

I also have 2 half Carry Alls that are sheer with Caribbean seals.

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Did You Know?

  • Of the billions of disposable bottles purchased every year, more than 85% end up in landfills, and each takes about 1,000 years to biodegrade. Make a difference by choosing reusable Tupperware® Sports Bottles or Tumblers and, you’ll reduce waste while saving what you’d spend on bottled water

Large Sports Bottle

Commuter Mug

  • Microwave reheating consumes up to 50% less energy than conventional oven reheating. Reduce your energy bill and avoid wasteful disposable containers with the CrystalWave® 4¼-cup/1 L Container or CrystalWave® Soup Mug—smart, sustainable solutions for eating healthy on the go
Perfect for Lunches!

Perfect for Lunches!
  • FridgeSmart® Containers’ innovative venting system helps keep fruits and vegetables fresher longer by allowing them to breathe—reducing food waste and saving you money.

  • Enjoy a healthy, eco-friendly, financially smart lifestyle by preparing foods at home and taking them on the go in reusable Tupperware® Lunch Bag Solutions.

When style matters

For healthy, on-the-go meals

Great children's giftable

Tupperware Flavor Saver

Here is one of my favorite Tupperware containers. It is called a "Flavor Saver" and it is the perfect container for storing a cooked chicken, turkey or ham. Notice the handles of the rack that allows you to hoist the contents easily.

This piece from the past was so popular that anyone with a broken container or seal one would opt to keep it and use it broken than be without it!

Here, using the Flavor Saver, I have immersed a thawing chicken in cold water. I had to rescue it from its other use - storing a bag of corn chips. It is the perfect size for many uses.

If you would like one, give me a call. I have a few at 40% Off their regular price, if you were so lucky as to find one at all.

Monday, March 1, 2010

Tupperware Rectangular Cake Taker

Really, how do you beat this fantastic Tupperware Rectangular Cake Taker for hauling cupcakes and other delectables anywhere? It comes with a locking handle that allows you to carry the cake taker from the top. Need a cake taker for a sheet cake? Flip the base over and you have what you need! Use both sides for other items too including fruit and appetizers.

New Products Added to the Spring and Summer 2010 Catalogue

Also note that some classic items in the catalogue will have small price increases.

New Products

These products will be added to the basic collection with the start of the Spring & Summer 2010

Product - And What Makes It New?

Freezer Mates® Complete Set (w/ gift box) New Configuration
FridgeSmart® 4-Pc. Set (w/ gift box) New Configuration
Tupperware® Impressions Serving Set (w/ gift box) New Configuration
Bell Tumbler Set (includes Sipper Seal™ Domed Set) New Configuration
Complete Feeding Set with Bell Tumblers New Configuration
Chef Series™ Pro Starter Set with FREE Domed Cutting Board New Configuration
Simple Indulgence™ Madagascar Spice Green Tea (G) New Configuration
Simple Indulgence™ Lemongrass Green Tea (G) New Configuration
Simple Indulgence™ Darjeeling Black Tea (G) New Configuration
Dora the Explorer™ Meal & Snack Set (new artwork) New Configuration

Discontinued Product List for Spring & Summer 2010

New Catalogue has discontinued items.

With every new Catalogue release there are discontinued products. Also note that there will be small price increases for some items that are in both catalogues.

If you have your eye on any of the items or need to complete sets from the following list, you'll want to pick them up before March 12.

Products to be discontinued:

Holiday Stacking Canister Set
Holiday Snack Canister
Fall/Winter Fruit of the Season Tumblers
Holiday Microfiber Kitchen Towel Set
Pies to Go Set
Simple Perfect™ Pastry Sheet
Chef Series™ Pro 9-Pc. Steak Knife Set
Tupperware® Impressions 32-Cup/7.6 L Bowl
Cupcake Keepers Set
Prep Essentials® Cold Cut Keeper
Tupperware® Impressions 16-oz./500 mL Tumblers
Serving Center® Set
Sipper Seal® Domed Set
Bell Tumbler Set
Freezer Mates® Complete Set
Freezer Mates® Herb Saver Set
FridgeSmart® Large
FridgeSmart® 3-Pc. Set
Corkscrew New Set
Tea Combo Set with Madagascar Spice Green Tea
Tea Combo Set with Darjeeling Black Tea
Tea Combo Set with Lemongrass Green Tea
Vent ’N Serve™ 9-Pc. Large Set Reconfiguration
Micro Pitcher Set New Color
FridgeSmart® Small New Color
CrystalWave® Soup Mug New Color
CrystalWave® Lunch’n Dish with Cold Cup New Color
Sandwich Keeper Set New Color
Insulated Tumbler with Drip-Less™ Straw Seal New Color
Commuter Mug (Q) New Color
Large Sports Bottle New Color
Microwave Luncheon Plates New Color
FridgeSmart® Medium Long New Color/Label Design
FridgeSmart® Large Round New Color/Label Design
Tea Infusers
Chef Series™ 8-Pc. Cookware Collection
Heat ’N Serve® 6¼ Cup/1.5 L
Heat ’N Serve® 8¼ Cup/2 L
Ice Prisms™ Small Bowl Set
Oval Microwave Cooker
Oval Microwave Cooking Rack
Vent ’N Serve™ Divided Dish Updating Mold
CrystalWave® Divided Dish Replaced with New Design
Dora the Explorer™ Meal & Snack Set Replaced with New Design
Pick-A-Deli® Round Container Replaced with New Design
Cereal Storer Replaced with Different Size
Dessert Blend Gift Set
Taste Sensations Set
Tupperware® Teacup, Saucer & Spoon Set
Tupperware® Sugar & Creamer Set
Large & Small Spice Shakers Set
Freezer Mates® Large 2 Container Set
Complete Salad Set
Spring Cooking Set
Fashion Lunch Set (fundraiser item)
Personal Salt & Pepper Shaker Set (fundraiser item)

Sunday, February 28, 2010

Be a Winner with Tupperware Products!

I hope you enjoyed the excitement of the Winter Olympic Games held here in Vancouver, Canada! Canada won a record number of Gold metals for any host country in history and for that we are all proud as if we'd won them ourselves. Interesting how competition and striving for perfection brings out the best in a country at all levels. Even my 86 year old Dad said he wished he was younger so that he could participate in the Olympics... in his youth he was a speed skater.

How does that relate to Tupperware?

Tupperware strives to be the best in its field too. Considered the Cadillac in plastic container solutions for your home, Tupperware has always been a green product designed to be used over and over again, both reducing our storage costs and reducing what ends up in the landfills.

We have a new Catalogue that is Staying Green. As with the previous Fall/Holiday/Winter edition, the Spring & Summer 2010 Catalog is printed in the U.S. by a print partner selected through EPA Climate Leaders, Energy Star and SmartWaySM Transport Programs. The paper supports well-managed forestry by meeting the strict environment and social requirements of the PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification), while the ink contains 27.3 percent renewable resources.

As well, the plastic bags that protect your Tupperware as it is being shipped from the factory to you are recyclable.

And just like the Olympics honour top athletes, Tupperware has been honoured for top designs. The Tupperware Product Design team received the prestigious Red Dot Award. From more than 11,000 entries from 60 nations, the team that designs Tupperware’s amazing products was named design team of the year in 2009.

No wonder Tupperware products are so great! They are winners all the way!

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Tupperware Olympic Spirit!

Vancouver is host city to the 2010 Olympic Winter Games!

Tupperware Inukshuk

Do you have the Olympic spirit?

I do!

And to celebrate I am staging an Olympic event of my own. From Feb 12 - Feb 28 you may take an extra 10% OFF anything RED, WHITE, or RED & WHITE. Applies to Catalogue, Flyer, and in-stock items. (Sorry, this offer does not apply to party sales.)

One more week to purchase Modular Mates to organize your cupboards at 40% OFF. Ends Feb 19th. With my offer purchase the ones with the Passion (red) seals and save 50%!

Don't wait - call me today! 604.261.1509


Here is a picture of some of my red, white and red & white Tupperware. Come by and browse, and save an extra 10% on your purchases!

Friday, February 12, 2010

Chef Stuart's Oatmeal Almond Blueberry Pancakes

Serves 3 - 3 Pancakes per serving
15 minutes


1 1/2 cup whole wheat flour
1 1/2 tsp baking powder (to give some lift)
1/2 tsp. baking soda
Pinch Salt
1/2 cup quick cooking oats
2 eggs
1 3/4 cup lowfat buttermilk
1 tbsp vanilla extract

3/4 cup fresh blueberries (frozen is ok too)
2/3 cup sliced almonds

Mix dry ingredients together except blueberries and almonds. Combine wet ingredients in a Quick Shake. Shake. Add to dry ingredients and mix briefly. Pour batter into hot oiled frypan. Top with blueberries and almonds. Flip when ready. Serve with maple syrup and butter if desired. Repeat with batterl


Sunday, January 17, 2010

January Newsletter

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January 2010

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Great Month for Host Rewards!
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Know anyone who needs more time for this?
Recipe:Summer Rolls

Dear Tupperware Lover,

You’re invited. . .

. . . to be part of the excitement as we launch the Tupperware Decade of the Party in 2010! It’s a celebration of the friendships made and the fun had at Tupperware parties for 60 years. Be a guest, host a party, or embrace the Tupperware Opportunity—it’s your chance to join the party!

I'm looking forward to seeing you!

Warm regards,

Host Special
Decade of the Party!
Offers available January 1 - December 31, 2010,bdvvhjFv

Gifts and Top Party Recognition, too! We'll recognize the Top Parties by publishing the Consultant and Host names on the customer on our Sales Force website each week.

Customer Special
More Amoré!
Offers available January 9 - February 12, 2010,bdvvhjFv
Save 40% on all Modular Mates® Containers
January and February are a great time to get organized and this sensational offer on the perfect organizing product. During the mid-January flyer period, all items in this classic storage line are available at 40% savings.


Host Bonus
It Pays to Party in January!
Offer available January 16 - January 29, 2010,417134,bdvvhjFv,3731336,bgskc70
Filling your home with a collection of Tupperware® products is easier than ever when you host a party during January 16-29, 2010. Get ready to shop!

Qualify for a giant Tupperware shopping spree!

See more details here>

Great Month for Host Rewards!
Offers Available January 9 - February 12, 2010,bdvvhjFvGet ready to share solutions for organizing, saving money, living healthier and generating less waste with your guests. The start of a new year is a terrific time for More Amoré - when we fall in love all over again with all our spectacular organizational solutions!


More Tupperware!
Offers Available December 12, 2009-March 12, 2010,bdvvhjFvThe next issue of the Tupperware full line catalog will be coming out with more new products and bringing back some of your favorite retired products. We have collected and prerelease some of these products on our new Product Catalog Insert. Check it out and call me today or follow our shopping links so you can be the first to have this New Tupperware in your home.


Know anyone who needs more time for this?
Tupperware could be your answer!  ,bdvvhjFvPart Time or Full time… This time You're the Boss!
· Set your own hours!
· Write your own paycheck!
· Earn Monthly Bonuses!
· Earn a Car Allowance!
· Earn Free Vacations!
· Earn Free Cars!
· Opportunities for Advancements!
· Recognition for Success!
The only thing holding you back… is You!


Recipe:Summer Rolls,bdvvhjFv
Forget the winter cold with the healthy and delicious taste of our Summer Rolls.

E3 Tip:

Mint: there are over 500 different types of mint (an herb once believed to spur one's appetite for meals). Enjoy its mild scent and fragrant flavor in both sweet and savory dishes and be sure to look for leaves that are bright green with no bruising (black).


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