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  • $26.95
    Weck glass canning jars have been a mainstay in European kitchens since the 1900s, when German merchant Johann Weck pioneered the science of water-bath canning. Weck jars are still a reliable favorite of European home cooks for preserving and storing foods. Wide mouths make these tulip jars simple to fill, while rubber-ringed glass lids create an airtight seal thats easy to check at a glance.
  • $34.95
    Weck glass jars have been a mainstay in European kitchens since 1900, when German merchant Johann Weck pioneered the science of water-bath canning. Weck jars are still a reliable favorite of European home cooks for preserving and storing foods. These mini mold jars are perfect for homemade jams as well as individual portions of yogurt and chutney. For preserving foods using boiling-water-bath canning; also useful for storing dry food staples in the pantry.
  • $17.95
    Weck glass jars have been a mainstay in European kitchens since 1900. These gracefully shaped juice jars are perfect for storing homemade juices and iced teas in the refrigerator, then bringing them out to the table for serving. They feature the traditional Weck glass lid with red rubber ring and metal clamps to ensure freshness. Each clear glass jar features a glass lid with rubber ring and two rustproof stainless-steel clamps for creating an airtight seal. Wide-mouth shape is easy to fill and stir.
  • $29.95
    Weck glass jars have been a mainstay in European kitchens since 1900, when German merchant Johann Weck pioneered the science of water-bath canning. Weck jars are still a reliable favorite of European home cooks for preserving and storing foods. These cylindrical jars are ideal for preserving asparagus, carrots, long green beans, cucumbers and other tall vegetables. For preserving foods using boiling-water canning; also useful for storing dry food staples in the pantry.
  • $19.95
    Store freshly dried herbs from your garden in our jar, which is sized for homegrown batches. The airtight lid helps preserve peak flavor. Clear glass jars wont absorb flavors or odors, so they can be reused over and over. Screen-printed label. Includes a tin lid with a built-in gasket for a tight seal. Designed by a compnay founded in Sheffield, England in 1730. 4.8-fl.-oz. cap.; 2 1/4" diam. x 3 1/4" high. Set of four. Made in the UK.
  • $29.95
    Weck glass canning jars have been a mainstay in European kitchens since the 1900s, when German merchant Johann Weck pioneered the science of water-bath canning. Weck jars are still a reliable favorite of European home cooks for preserving and storing foods. Wide mouths make these tulip jars simple to fill, while rubber-ringed glass lids create an airtight seal thats easy to check at a glance.
  • $11.95$19.95
    A classic design inspired by Italian cafes, this large jar holds an assortment of your favorite biscotti or cookies on the countertop, ready whenever your coffee is. Traditional covered jar stores biscotti or cookies on your countertop or pantry. Made of heavy-duty clear glass. The glass lid rests on the jar for a secure seal. Large opening for easy access. Made in USA.
  • $13.50
    Many recipes for pies and tarts call for blind-baking the unfilled crust a process made more reliable with the help of these ceramic weights.Round ceramic weights prevent pie and tart crusts from shrinking or blistering during baking.After fitting the pastry dough into your pan, press on a layer of foil and line it with the weights.Ensures an attractive pastry shell that will hold its shape when filled.The unglazed ceramic material also helps to evenly distribute heat, promoting uniform baking.