Classics Salt Pig (11-oz.): Cerise by Emile Henry
The glazes in the Provencale collection are transparent, creating bright, vibrant colors for your kitchen. The unglazed interior of this salt pig helps to absorb moisture and prevent your salt from clumping. Even a large hand can easily access your prized fleur de sel or sea salt, which can be kept ... See complete description »
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The glazes in the Provencale collection are transparent, creating bright, vibrant colors for your kitchen. The unglazed interior of this salt pig helps to absorb moisture and prevent your salt from clumping. Even a large hand can easily access your prized fleur de sel or sea salt, which can be kept accessible on your counter.
About Emile Henry...
In the Burgundy region of France is the legendary maker of fine French cookware named Emile Henry. There, potters still hand craft each piece from the local Burgundy Clay - one of the purest of clays. Containing no lead, the clay is one of the best materials for baking and serving.
Functional and attractive design. Unfinished ceramic interior really does help to minimize caking.
I have looked all over for a red salt pig to go in my Coca-Cola kitchen, and this is perfect. I have gone into stores asking for a salt pig, and they had no idea what I wanted. You have all the latest and best products at great products, and shipping time was phenomenal! Thanks.
This salt pig is just the right size, not too big, not too small. Large enough to hold a good amount of salt, no need for daily refills, but still small enough to fit on top of my stove. Love the yellow color too!
This salt pig is very nice to keep my kosher salt next to the stove. I love the bright yellow as it matches my chantal teapoint in yellow perfectly. I don't know if the bend is supposed to help moisture or things falling in, but I never had an issue with that anyway.
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Kosher salt got its name from its use in the koshering process, where, because of its large grain, it does a better job than fine salt drawing moisture from meats. This ability to draw liquids from foods also makes it useful in preserving and is used in curing prosciutto and brining sauerkraut.