RSVP Stoneware Grease Keeper - Black
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- Grease keeper is made of Black Stoneware
- Grease Keeper has a 6-cup capacity
- Has a fine stainless steel mesh strainer that hides under the lid when not in use
- Dishwasher safe
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I had been using, I kid you not, a coffee mug and a tea strainer to store my fat. This was perhaps a little TOO southern, and led to a number of near-misses where I nearly took a drink from the wrong mug. Also a lot of pointed questions about just WHAT is that on the tea strainer.
So I ordered this instead. What you see is pretty much what you get - a big ceramic pot with a lid, and a strainer that sits on top of the pot. All put together, it looks nice and unassuming, and doesn't say GREASE on the side in large letters so there's no awkward explaining to your non-local friends just what that is on your counter and why. So that's nice - one item that stores your cooking fat and protects you from judgment. That's a win in my book.
I would buy it again and recommend this product to anyone.
True, it is on the large side size-wise (6 cups), and that's a whole lot of bacon frying. However, the size is very convenient for the cook who is simply collecting grease for periodic disposal. The crock itself is well made, and the lid (of a nice weight), while not airtight, sits properly with no wobble or slide. I'll probably just lay some plastic wrap across the opening before putting the lid on to keep the odd fridge smell at bay, or not. I've never had an issue with that, even keeping grease in unlidded Mason jars.
I was very impressed with the fineness of the screen in the strainer. If you've ever had a mesh tea ball, that's the gauge I'm talking about--superfine. There will be zero oddments of burned bacon in any grease passed through that sieve.
This is a major upgrade from the little lidded aluminium cans that used to be sold (and maybe somewhere still are) as stovetop accessories. My mother had one with matching salt and pepper shakers. Remember those? Those containers were never quite big enough. One was forced to put empty veg cans into service, and of course that grease got wasted. This crock is much nicer, bigger, and certainly way cooler than my Mason jars, which are now in retirement. Happy Cooking!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is great. I have owned stainless ones but the grease eventually causes a hole in the bottom from the salt in the bacon. It is easy to clean and does a great job.Published 7 hours ago by Corann
This is so much bigger than I realized & it perfect!!! So glad I ordered this item!!!Published 4 days ago by Dorothy
Bigger than I expected, it will hold a LOT of bacon grease, the metal sifter part is easy to clean.Published 14 days ago by Shannon Graham
I don't fry a lot, but do like to keep some bacon fat for flavoring and to keep the fish and chicken oils to reuse. Read morePublished 15 days ago by ChangingWoman
My wife needed something for the bacon grease and this little jar does the job and looks good.Published 19 days ago by Lakewood Larry