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Rachael Ray Tools Garbage Bowl with Non-Slip Rubber Base, Purple
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- Reduce trips to the trash can while you're chopping, slicing, dicing, and cooking
- Colorful speckled pattern is sure to add fun and flair to your cooking experience, top rack dishwasher safe
- A rubberized base keeps your bowl from slipping so it will stay right where you need it
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About the Rachael Ray Collection
Make everything in the kitchen and at the table bright, right and easy with Rachael Ray. Whether the task is chopping veggies, dishing out a tasty casserole hot from the oven, or simply sitting back to relax with a mug of your favorite warm beverage, Rach’s collections are the fresh and fun solution. Every piece’s design and functionality lightens up whatever’s prepping, cooking and being served. Her collection now includes super-sharp colorful cutlery and even more of her great time-saving kitchen tools, all with ingenious design and durable construction. Her vibrant, sturdy stoneware does it all with a cheerful pop of personality, and the cookware, teakettles, and bakeware are as easy to clean as they’re fun to use. From counter to kitchen to table, from start to the last delish bite, bring more good taste in with Rachael Ray.
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Top Customer Reviews
I had the orange bowl that broke a year ago when my husband dropped it, so just keep that in mind when handling.
Now I do have to tell you this garbage bowl is a bit larger than I would like,(Its so big even Grandpa can see it without his glasses) it easily holds 16 cups of water (I measured) is 5 1/2 inches high, across the top it is 10 inches wide and across the bottom is 5 inches wide. A non skid ring is on bottom, Grandpa won't accidentally pull the dish towards himself and have it end up on the floor. It also has a good weight to it, so Grandpa won't tip over easily.
I use it when preparing fruits and vegetables, to hold the scraps. Then I take those scraps to the chickens.Happy Chickens.
Happy Chickens, Happy Me,
Grandpa says I should have had this years ago, he just didn't have any place to put the garbage except in the kitchen sink.
(No need explaining the garbage can sits 4 feet from the kitchen sink)
UPDATE: So sad - my bowl developed a crack in it April 2013. Didn't make it any where near as long as I'd hoped.
Then, two things changed. First, Rachael's expensive garbage bowl became available for about $13 on Amazon. Second, the city where I live - Seattle - decreed that food garbage is no longer considered to be garbage. We now call the detritus from cooking "food scraps", which must be separated from other garbage and set out for pick-up in a different container.
So I thought "why not live a little?" Thirteen dollars is within my comfort range for frivolous purchases. And if Seattle thinks food garbage is special then maybe so should I.
I purchased Rachael's garbage bowl and have been using it for a couple of months.
I am happy (and a little surprised) to say that I like it. It actually is very convenient and makes me more efficient in the kitchen - it eliminates multiple trips to the garbage can and the need to clean out a dirty sink before dinner. When meal prep is over I just dump the garbage - I mean food scraps - into a biodegradable bag and dispose of it in an environmentally friendly way, making Seattle Public Utilities happy and keeping my garbage bill a little lower.
It's not as life-changing as a new Prius or a home in the Hamptons, but it does make cooking clean-up easier. And it makes me smile - who knew a garbage bowl could have that effect?