10 Pigs & Cellars Worth Your Salt

10 Pigs & Cellars Worth Your Salt

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Apr 3, 2015
(Image credit: MuddyHeart)

Emma says that to cook like a pro, you should keep your salt in a covered container or salt pig. Besides making it easier to salt your cooking, it's also a much prettier way to store your salt. Whether you're a fan of the cellar or the pig, here are 10 options to get your salt out of the shaker once and for all.

  1. Ceramic Monster Salt Cellar, $60 from MuddyHeart: WE WANT THIS NOW. That is all.
  2. Square Salt Cellar and Spoon, $38 from Elizabeth Benotti: Oh-so-pretty and unique, and available in three color schemes.
  3. Olive Wood Salt Keeper, $49.95 from Williams-Sonoma: This olive wood keeper will never go out of style. Totally classic.
  4. Small Concrete Salt Cellar, $34 from Culinarium: A little edgier, and the perfect salt cellar for an industrial-style kitchen.
  5. Bee House Salt Box, $24 from Rare Device: Another charmer! We love the colors and flip-top lid of the Bee House salt boxes.
  6. Round Glass Salt Container, $14.95 from Elizabeth's Embellishments: You can't go wrong with a simple, vintage-inspired glass container.
  7. Cherry Wood Salt Cellar, $45 from Off Cut Studio: Angular, yet warm and rich.
  8. Le Creuset Salt Crock, $34 from Amazon: The perfect companion to your Le Creuset Dutch oven!
  9. Yves Salt Cellar, $20 from Leif: Totally punchy when salt is the star of the show.
  10. Beehive Salt Cellar and Spoon, $68 from Farmhouse Pottery: The beehive shape is so cute.

Originally published January 2013

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