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kdubbs Original Post: Jan 01 '07,  1:45 pm           Reply
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Lid Caddy pot lid holder spoon rest

I received a "Lid Caddy" for Christmas. At first I thought...re-gift! Then I tried it & LOVED IT!! It took a little getting used too, but now I look for it when I'm cooking. Anyone else have one of these?

     
lorace Posted: Jan 02 '07,  9:16 am           Reply
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RE: Lid Caddy pot lid holder spoon rest

Quote: kdubbs
I received a "Lid Caddy" for Christmas. At first I thought...re-gift! Then I tried it & LOVED IT!! It took a little getting used too, but now I look for it when I'm cooking. Anyone else have one of these?


I don't even know what this is but it does sound interesting. Can you tell us a little more about it?

Thanks,

Lorace
     
kingii3 Posted: Jan 15 '07,  3:47 pm (Updated: Jan 15 '07,  3:48 pm)           Reply
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Lid Caddy

I have never heard of a lid caddy. I am interested in one. How do I find it, MFG etc. I do have a spoon caddy. My Grand mother used one and I used one of her side dishes from the hotel until I inherited hers 40 years ago. I bought them for my relatives ( for Christmas of course) Now I will have to do this with the lid caddy if I can find one. kingii3

     
kdubbs Posted: Jan 26 '07,  6:54 pm           Reply
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Lid Caddy pot lid holder spoon rest

It's a spoon rest that holds hot lids and utensils at the same time.It really keeps the mess to a minimum. I will definately be giving these as gifts. They have a website: www.lidcaddy.com Let me know if you get one. kdubbs

     
lorace Posted: Jan 26 '07,  11:19 pm           Reply
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RE: Lid Caddy pot lid holder spoon rest

Is this large? Does it sit on the stove and hold the lids upright catching the drips and steam? Hmmm. I'll have to look these up, they sound fascinating. Are they easy to clean?

Are you going to write a review on this? I could help you trying to get it in the database? Let us know.

Lorace

     
dexterchef Posted: Nov 01 '07,  2:13 pm (Updated: Nov 01 '07,  2:15 pm)           Reply
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Pot Lid Caddy

For your information and update the current product allows for only one pot lid and a spoon with insufficient depth for drainage. Effectively late last year and yet to be released is a very practical and effective product called the Pot Lid Caddy. This product can handle four upright pot lids and spoons etc with a sufficient drainage cavity. Dishwasher safe and also can be used to store your pot lids. As a chef this product is wonderful especially when cooking and need to locate my lids and hot spoons thus reducing significantly the mess in my kitchen. More information will be released but you can respond via email at rcltcl@shaw.ca and I will immediately send you all the information about this very practical and effective product.

Happy Cooking

Dexterchef


     
jaycooks101 Posted: Nov 15 '07,  7:09 pm           Reply
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I bought this item called the lid caddy at a street fair in new jersey and I think it works pretty good. I use it with 2 lids all the time. Sounds like you're just trying to sell your product.

     
gmac454 Posted: Dec 03 '08,  9:11 am           Reply
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the lid caddy

I totally agree with the chef.. the lid caddy is too small and does not catch the drippings from the lids. Anyone who uses it will see that it is barely large (wide)enough for a ladle, much less a lid from a 10 inch saute' pan or cooking pot.

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