I’ve always been a fan of Lock and Lock. Ever since I saw their stuff on department store shelves, I loved them already. In our house, Lock and Lock is all over the place.
In our ref.
On the pantry shelf.
In Basti’s lunchbox.
Michelle of My Mom Friday couldn’t get me more excited when she invited bloggers for a Lock and Lock event at their Araneta Ave. showroom. She really knows what tickles my shopping fancies. It was a nice intimate gathering of parenting, lifestyle and food bloggers. My seatmates were Jenny of COANM and cutie E.
We were treated to a Korean food cooking demo using Lock and Lock’s ceramic coated cookware. (Insert my drooling face here) I want the entire Ceramica cookware line!
And then, we were treated to a shopping spree! I was in heaven, because I have been wanting these glass containers FOREVER.
I hate it when you put food to store in plastic containers and you end up with smelly and stained boxes. I am so tired of the scrubbing, citrus rinsing, baking soda and vinegar treating… aaargh!! #housewifeproblems With these I will now store my extra spaghetti sauce without fear. I will cook with achuete with less hesitation. If The Painter wants a stock of paksiw na isda in the refrigerator, then by jove, he shall have it! Not only that, the Borosilicate technology makes it super safe to take the containers from oven to table without fear of the container shattering into a million pieces or chemicals leaking into your food.
I also chose this baking dish.
It’s perfect for just-me-and-Basti baked macaroni.
I love my Lock and Lock Boroseal containers!! I want more!! I’m making the gradual move to an all-glass container house, but it won’t be for a loooong time. Not while Basti still has small hands.
Thanks My Mom Friday for the invite (and the photos), and Lock and Lock for the wonderful afternoon. Check out the pictures on My Mom Friday’s Facebook page.
Lock & Lock Stores:
Lucky Chinatown Mall
Alabang Town Center
Banilad Town Center, Cebu City