Kitchen Canisters Page 2
Kitchen canisters have been a requirement for every kitchen since they were
first developed during the days of the caveman. From the earliest documented
canisters carved from the heads of young dinosaurs by Fred Flintstone, Barney Rubble,
and their fellow prehistoric citizens, and used to store mammoth riblets and saber-tooth tiger jerky,
to today's elegant and whimsical designs, now filled with bleached flour, processed white rice,
and ground coffee, canisters have become a sine quo non for any kitchen.
Many of the world leaders in the manufacturing and production of tableware also produce lines of kitchen canisters. Elegant and stylish works of art for the kitchen countertop are available to complement delicate dinnerware and fashionable serverware. Other companies produce more whimsical storage canisters and crocks.
See canisters and canister sets from Lenox, Mikasa, Portmeirion, Villeroy & Boch, plus other top manufacturers,
to store your fungible food items, a mere stone's throw from the dining table.