On 31 Mar 2005 16:15:06 -0800, "aem" wrote:
Sorry 'bout that, but it's probably because most people don't spray
cornstarch all over the kitchen. Therefore, Kingsford et al. don't get
a lot of complaints about their packaging. I'm not saying you're
clumsy g but it appears that you don't pay quite enough attention....
Yea, that's probably why Betty Crocker is offering cornstarch in a
cardboard cylinder with a shaker top. They just didn't take it a step
further and make an opening large enough to fit a measuring tablespoon
Or why Clabber Girl offers it in a steel can with a plastic snap on
top with large letters saying, "Easier to use and store. No Mess!".
I must be the only person that ever complained.