publix, forgiveness is yours

27 Aug

So on Sunday I was running up and down every last aisle at Publix on a futile quest to find shotcicle popcicle molds (which are apparently just not cool anymore because no one on earth seems to sell them–thank you very much party dream-crushing retailers of America), when I ran into these:

Cutting boards


Dishwasher safe, blade friendly, food-grade poly and need I say COMPLETELY ADORABLE cutting/prep boards! It’s like the Publix gods knew they owed me a consolation prize.

Which, between the popcicle molds and the seafood thing, they totally did.


3 Responses to “publix, forgiveness is yours”

  1. Amanda August 27, 2010 at 9:24 am #

    I absolutely love these things. Mine are color-coded for what you are supposed to cut on them (i.e. red for meat, green for veggies, etc.) but that is too anal retentative even for me!! I also like how they are bendy so you can easily funnel all your chopped yummies into the bowl, pot, etc.

  2. Gina Welker August 29, 2010 at 11:08 pm #

    Mine are coded, too! They have little icons in the corners for fish, veggies, poultry and meat. I have to admit, I was a little worried about whether I could handle chopping veggies on the “fish” board, but I’ve come to terms with their overzealous labeling. :)

    P.S. — Tell me how your pumpkin soup turns out! It smelled so delicious.

  3. Jacqueline August 30, 2010 at 11:06 pm #

    The meatloaf looks good. Is it your turkey meatloaf recipe?
    But you lost me with the peas. Ewww, you know I hate peas. Just had to mention that. :o)

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