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Rachael Ray Set of 3 Silicone Suction Lids

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Put a lid on it! Stop struggling with plastic wrap or searching for lids that fit. These silicone suction lids work with just about any bowl, pot, or cup, and offer a hassle-free seal. They work in the microwave, keeping heat and steam in and splatter out, and are also stain- and odor-resistant. From Rachael Ray.

  • Includes three silicone suction lids
  • Fits almost any bowl, pot, or cup
  • Stain- and odor-resistant
  • Microwave-, dishwasher-, refrigerator-, and freezer-safe; heat-safe up to 450F
  • Approximate measurements: Large 11-1/2"Diam; Medium 9-1/4"Diam; Small 7-1/2"Diam
  • Silicone construction
  • Made in China

About Rachael Ray

It comes as no surprise that Rachael Ray is a household name in the kitchen. After all, her passion for the culinary craft surfaced at a very early age. “My first vivid memory is watching my mom in a restaurant kitchen. She was flipping something with a spatula. I tried to copy her and ended up grilling my right thumb! I was 3 or 4,” she says. Today, Rachael insists that cooking is a way of life she was simply born into.

Growing up in a family steeped in culinary tradition, Rachael was exposed to a wide range of cooking techniques. The Ray family owned several restaurants in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, before relocating to upstate New York, where her mother worked as the food supervisor for a restaurant chain. Rachael soon moved to New York City to work at Macy’s, first at the candy counter and then as a manager for the Fresh Foods Department, which she credits for her education in gourmet foods. After Macy’s, Rachael helped open Agata & Valentina, the prestigious New York gourmet marketplace where she was the store manager and buyer.

Despite the exciting lifestyle in the foodie circles of New York City, Rachael decided to move back to upstate New York and start managing pubs and restaurants at the famed Sagamore Resort on Lake George. From there, she was recruited by Cowan & Lobel, a large gourmet market in Albany, as their food buyer and, eventually, their “chef.”
 
As a way to increase grocery sales during the holidays, Rachael created a series of cooking classes, which exploded in popularity. The CBS station in Albany-Schenectady, WRGB-TV, discovered Rachael and signed her on to do a weekly “30-Minute Meals” segment for the evening news. The segment was a major success, with a companion cookbook selling 10,000 copies locally during the holidays. With that, a franchise was born!

Now Rachael enjoys her status as an iconic Food Network television personality, best-selling cookbook author, and editor-in-chief of her own lifestyle magazine. In the fall of 2007, she launched Rachael Ray, her hugely successful syndicated daytime talk show.

Showcasing Rachael’s warmth, energy, and boundless curiosity, the show — produced by CBS Television Distribution and Oprah Winfrey’s Harpo Productions — invites viewers to experience life the Rachael Ray way. Credited with getting America back in the kitchen with her easy approach to cooking, Rachael takes the same philosophy with her show — finding simple solutions to everyday problems, both in the kitchen and beyond.

“My life has been a total accident — a very happy, wonderful accident that I didn’t and couldn’t have planned,” says Rachael. Despite her growing celebrity she’s determined to stay grounded and hold on to her down-to-earth values. Rachael still spends as much time as she can at her cabin in the Adirondacks with her husband, John, her family — the “research team” — and her beloved pit bull, Isaboo.

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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 339 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Top Ten worst purchases Wins an award for the Top Ten Worst Purchases. The lids have absolutely NO SUCTION. The sizes are not practical and take up too much room in the fridge, the lids extending too far out,, and taking up space. I purchased these for extra lids for my pots. Doesn't perform that job, either. 05-21-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by Didn't know they would be this good! Please bring these back, love them use them all the time, would love to see an apple green set. Durable and easy to clean 04-28-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nifty These are really practical. I would recommend them highly. 04-14-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by Exactly As Advertised Love these! They work as advertised and don't warp or get dried out as I worried about. Love them! 04-10-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by good but could be better I purchased two sets of these as I am always misplacing the lids to my cookware and loved the fact they can go in the dishwasher. They fit smaller bowls and cookware just fine, but why would Rachael not make the largest one a 12-inch diameter? It makes it hard to use on my 8, 10, and 12-inch skillets and large-size bowls without falling in. Not a fan of this new trend of making skillets one half inch smaller these days. Thus the three stars. Good idea; just needs improvement. 04-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love These Kids I Need More! I've been using these kids for a week now and the are easy to wash and hold up well and the red is really bright! Great quality, I don't think 3 will be enough. 04-02-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by Useless for the most part These are not as useful as the demonstration presents. If you use in the microwave you must vent, they cave in when I try to use on the stove, and they do not seal well when I store in fridge. And they are awkward to store. 03-04-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by Help LOVE them--BUT you cannot cover cabbage or sauerkraut with them--the odor stays on the lids--I ve soaked the large lid in baking soda overnight--scrubbed it with the bsoda--used vinigar--and still the odor stayed --right now its been outside in the rain for 2 days--what ever the matireal is it harbors some odors--the gasket in the cooks essentil pressure cooker does the same thing--I have to keep it in a ziplock bag--Hope this was helpful!!! 02-24-16
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