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Kitchen: Magnetic Spice Racks

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Kitchen: Magnetic Spice Racks

Julie Carlson February 06, 2009

Our friend and fellow blogger Barr Hogen of Flavorista swears by her magnetic spice rack (she sources her spices from the Savory Spice Company, a Colorado company that grinds and blends spices in small, weekly batches).

Above: Kitchen by Portland, Oregon-based architect Paul McKean.

Above L: Ikea offers the Grundtal Magnetic Knife Rack for $8.99 and the Grundtal Magnetic-Backed Small Containers; $4.99 for a three-pack.

Above: Lipper See & Store Spice Rack; $34.99 at Amazon.

Above: SoHo Magnetic Spice Rack with 12 containers; $59.99 at Chef Giant.

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