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The Best Bet


At some point over the last few oppressively hot weeks, you may have sought a moment or two of relief by sticking your head inside your refrigerator. And while you were in there, you may have noticed how tired-looking all your plastic storage containers are. Here, a solution (for the containers, not the heat): a limited supply of cobalt-blue and clear vintage refrigerator jars ($60 to $175 each at Meg Cohen Design Shop, 59 Thompson St., nr. Broome St.; 212-966-3733), originally manufactured in the thirties by the Hazel-Atlas Glass Company in West Virginia. The machine-molded glass vessels are stackable and airtight and look as attractive empty as they do filled with last night’s leftovers.


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