You buy honey at the farmers market. You fill your spice rack with blends from the stand at the North Market. Now it's time to give those thoughtful purchases equally smart containers. Keep your secret ingredients close at hand with these practical finds that'll add a little personality to your kitchen.

You buy honey at the farmers market. You fill your spice rack with blends from the stand at the North Market. Now it's time to give those thoughtful purchases equally smart containers. Keep your secret ingredients close at hand with these practical finds that'll add a little personality to your kitchen.

North Market Cookware

Mini measuring spoons, $3.50; Le Creuset Honey Pot, $27.99

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Darling mini measuring spoons mean you'll never fret the difference between a smidgen and a pinch again. And top any dish with the perfect drizzle of honey stored in a bright honey pot from Le Creuset that comes with a matching silicone dipper.

Vernacular

Salt and pepper shakers, $18; Nested measuring cups, $28

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Go retro with classic tabletop salt and pepper shakers from this new German Village shop. Or measure out a bit of fun with red and white nested measuring cups.

Thalia and Dahlia

Juliska set of four nesting prep bowls, $49; Juliska measuring cup, $38 thaliadahlia.bridgecatalog.com

From the Berry and Thread Collection, these nesting prep bowls will keep ingredients stylishly organized, while a matching measuring cup adds functionality and flair with measurements written in script on the inside.

Cookware Sorcerer

Swivel Top Salt Box, $26.50; Hawaiian red salt, $12; Celtic salt, $6.50

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Pinch and go with this black marble box with two 5-ounce compartments. Use it to store favorite seasonings like salts of all flavors and colors.

Fresh Crafts Gallery

10-inch pepper grinder, $255; 8-inch salt grinder, $205 freshcraftsgallery.com

Top off dishes at your next dinner party with G3 Studios' wooden salt and pepper mills that are made by hand, one at a time. Just try to resist over-seasoning.