Tupperware has been a part of our lives ever since I was a child. I remember we often use it when we would visit our grandmother's place in Quezon City because we would always bring food for them. We normally would bring pork BBQ, Caldereta, Pancit, Dinuguan, and mom's pineapple upside-down cake where each of them were placed inside their designated Tupperware containers to keep them fresh from the 1.5-hour drive from Batangas to Cubao. This was back in the '80s so traffic was not that horrible compared today. So whenever we visit my grandparents, it was an instant family feast.
This is the oldest Tupperware item that we possess in our home:
I'm not actually sure what this is called, but I believe it's a salad mixing bowl. I don't remember when we got it, but I remember mom using this when I was still in Kindergarten where she makes her delicious homemade Polovorons. It's a really big bowl with approximately 35 inches+ in circumference. We still use this in our kitchen today and very often we would use it for marinating meat.
It's just amazing how durable this product is because it has lasted for two generations in our family and still going. I strongly believe that this particular Tupperware would also be a part of my children's lives because it's still in excellent condition. My mom already calls it our family heirloom.
-------------------------Here's a throwback picture of my sister's summer beach outing using Tupperware products. This was taken back in 1997.
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