Step 4. Matched Storage
In the freezer, bulky packaging was tossed for compact, airtight plastic containers that stack (FreshVac, from $12, containerstore.com).
Step 5: Paper, Glass, Plastic
For freshness, Parker wrapped meat butcher-style, in Reynolds Freezer paper ($3 at supermarkets), then sealed packages with Scotch Freezer Tape ($3 at supermarkets). Stain-resistant glass is the right choice for storing microwavable leftovers; plastic works for foods you don’t reheat.