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Published: Sunday, May 4, 2014, 12:01 a.m.

Keep it steady with Staybowlizer

  • The Staybowlizer was a hit at the International Housewares Show, where it won an Innovation Award.

    Washington Post

    The Staybowlizer was a hit at the International Housewares Show, where it won an Innovation Award.

Need another hand in the kitchen when you're trying to steady a bowl and stir?
Try the Staybowlizer, an 8¾-inch silicone ring to slip under that frisky bowl when whisking vinaigrettes and batters, as a makeshift double-boiler, or as a sturdy trivet.
The award-winning invention at a recent Housewares Show in Chicago is oven- and microwave-safe.
It's $24.99 and available on and Check it out at

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