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7 Favorites: Covered Ceramic Food Storage Bowls, Non-Plastic Edition

Sarah Kersten Covered Bowls

Thanksgiving dinner is delicious and all, but I don’t think I’m alone in thinking that it tastes even better the next day. Reheated pie for breakfast? Yum. A turkey sandwich with cranberry sauce for lunch? Yes, please. And Thanksgiving redux for dinner? Nothing better. The only strike against making a second, third, and fourth meal out of the feast is that oftentimes, the leftovers are unceremoniously plopped into plastic containers. Is that how you want to treat your special once-a-year meal? This holiday, consider replacing those chemicals-leaching throwaways with one of these covered ceramic bowls that can can go straight from the dinner table to the refrigerator (some can then even go into an oven and/or microwave). Here are seven we like:

Kiss That Frog Rustic Tin-Glazed Lidded Bowls
Above: Kiss That Frog’s stoneware Rustic Tin-Glazed Lidded Bowls are microwave- and dishwasher-safe and feature a lid that can double as a plate; $92 and $106 at Food52.
Le Creuset Canisters
Above: The wood lids on Le Creuset’s 3-Piece Canister Set have silicone gaskets for an airtight seal; currently on sale for $129.99 at Macy’s.
Hasami Porcelain Serving Bowl
Above: Made in Japan, Hasami Porcelain’s Large Serving Bowl ($55) can be matched with a Porcelain Plate ($36) that doubles as a cover; both at Monolier.
 Made by the revived Bauer Pottery, these Stacking Refrigerator Canisters are 5 3/4 inches in diameter, 2 1/2 inches tall, and designed to stack; $50 each. Bauer also offers the containers in 14 colors.
Above: Made by the revived Bauer Pottery, these Stacking Refrigerator Canisters are 5 3/4 inches in diameter, 2 1/2 inches tall, and designed to stack; $50 each. Bauer also offers the containers in 14 colors.
Ceramic-Nesting-Bowls-by-Sarah-Kersten
Above: “Dishware that celebrates both beauty and functionality, that stores and protects ingredients, without crossing into the realm of Tupperware,” reads the copy on Sarah Kersten’s website. We couldn’t agree more. A set of her Nesting Covered Bowls is $280. You can also buy each piece separately.
JamPdx Ceramics Porcelain Storage Containers
Above: These Porcelain Ceramic Storage Containers come in matte and satin finishes; $85 and $115 at Old World Kitchen.
CorningWare French Casserole Dish
Above: Admittedly not the chicest design, CorningWare’s French Casserole Dish has old-school appeal and can go from oven to table to fridge; $29.94 on Amazon.

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