SpiceCare definitely falls outside of the traditional Valentine’s Day category of gifts, but for a person that loves to cook, it’s perfect.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) January 31, 2012
Simple helpful gestures like taking out the garbage, doing the dishes, or vacuuming the house can make a partner feel more loved and supported than sparkly delights delivered in tiny packages. Though special days like Valentine’s Day call for less pedestrian surprises, gifts don’t need to be red and heart-shaped to fit the bill.
TableFare is offering a Valentine’s special of $10.00 off the purchase of a SpiceCare System. “Last year we saw a noticeable flurry of business leading up to Valentine’s Day. SpiceCare definitely falls outside of the traditional Valentine’s Day category of gifts, but for a person that loves to cook, it’s perfect,” comments TableFare owner Carol Peterman.
SpiceCare is a modular interlocking spice storage system designed to be space efficient and keep spices fresh and organized. Eliminating the frustration of hunting through a jumbled collection of jars and baggies was the primary motivation behind the design of SpiceCare. “Solving an organizational mess may be an unconventional Valentine’s Day gift, but for the cook who frantically hunts for the jar of cinnamon every time it’s needed, such organization is a true gesture of love. It never hurts to include some nice chocolate too,” advises Peterman.
TableFare LLC is a Seattle-based company formed by Carol and David Peterman. TableFare offers unique kitchen products that combine the best of form and function to create superior usability and beauty. The company's first product is SpiceCare, ingenious new spice storage containers. SpiceCare received the 2010 Good Design Award from the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and the European Center for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies.