Salt Pig with Spoon (6-oz.): Pink by RSVP International
As seen on used by Pat and Gina Neely on "Down Home with the Neelys", this Salt Pig with Spoon is based on old-fashioned salt keepers. This whimsical version includes ears, a curly tail, and a 4-in.long spoon. Made from stoneware with a matte pink glaze, it is 5-in. tall, holds 6-oz. and is dishwash... See complete description »
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As seen on used by Pat and Gina Neely on "Down Home with the Neelys", this Salt Pig with Spoon is based on old-fashioned salt keepers. This whimsical version includes ears, a curly tail, and a 4-in.long spoon. Made from stoneware with a matte pink glaze, it is 5-in. tall, holds 6-oz. and is dishwasher-safe.
I put my special salts, Kosher and Sea salts, in these after reading other reviews. I can get a pinch of salt out as well as use the little spoon.... works great for me!
this is too small to me and won't get much use because of its size
Piggy Salt is very convenient to use - I have to agree sometimes alittle difficult to get out of the opening - but worth the investment especially if you love little pigs
I was ordering one of these for a gift to give a pig collector and decided that I wanted one of these AND I love it! Makes using the salt much easier and quicker! I also like the spoon, seems to be right at 1/4 teaspoon when salt is heaped up.
THIS WAS THE FIRST I HAVE HEARD OF SUCH A PRODUCT & I ENJOY ITH. IT IS SO CUTE & IS A NICE CONVERSATION PIECE. NOT TO MENTION IT IS A CUTE LITTLE OBJECT TO HAVE IN THE KITCHEN. VERY HANDY TOO..
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The main difference between salts is in their texture. Table salt's fine grain dissolves quickly and therefore is the preferred salt when baking. Sea and kosher salt's larger, irregular grain if sprinkled on food at the last minute adds a delightful crunch and hit of briny flavor as it dissolves on the tongue. Generally, accomplished cooks prefer kosher salt when cooking, since its coarse texture is easier "to take a pinch of" when seasoning savory dishes.