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updated 2/3/2011 5:13:11 PM ET 2011-02-03T22:13:11

For your Super Bowl Sunday finger foods and more, I’ve found some smart serving solutions and space savers that will come in handy any time you get the gang together.

Pizza protection
It’s estimated that more than 30 million slices of pizza are eaten every day, so it’s a wonder that, when it comes to storing the leftovers, we’re still struggling with cardboard boxes too big for the fridge and ill-fitting aluminum foil. That's why Mama Fresco’s developed pizza saver bags. These triangular-shaped bags are easy to open and close and perfect for protecting individual slices and keeping them fresh. ($3.99 /pack of 12; KitchenKapers.com)

Smart ways to serve
Whether you are entertaining or enjoying a quiet night on the couch, these flatware pieces aim to solve the petty problems that arise when you’re trying to mingle with guests or maneuver the remote. Dishwasher-safe Buddha Belly Plates have a mini handle for your thumb so you can have your food and a free hand to eat it with, too ($24; UncommonGoods.com), while the Salsabol aims to save your salsa with edges designed to push dip back onto your chip instead of your shirt or tablecloth. ($13; UncommonGoods.com)

Stack and store
A clever way to store your beverages, RakaStaka are sleek, plastic racks that fit easily into your refrigerator, cabinet or shelves and prevent your beverages from toppling or rolling around. Available for beer and soda cans, water or wine bottles, the racks allow you store up to 15 cans and bottles, maximizing your storage space. ($8.85-11.95; KitchenWorksInc.com)

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