Paula Deen Speckled Ceramic Salt Pig

Paula Deen Speckled Ceramic Salt Pig
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Sooey! When your favorite recipe calls for some seasoning, reach for this sweet pig. The cute dish--done in a speckled finish--keeps salt at your fingertips as you cook. From Paula Deen.

  • Ceramic construction
  • Not stovetop, microwave, or oven safe
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Measures approximately 4-1/2"W x 6-1/4"H x 5-1/2"D
  • Made in China

About Paula Deen

About Paula Deen

Who would ever think that a housewife from Albany, Georgia with no formal training in food would become one of the country’s most beloved celebrity cooks? Every day, hordes of fans from all over the country line up outside of Paula Deen’s restaurant, Lady & Sons, in Savannah, GA hoping to get a peek of the Food Network’s most approachable chef. This lively Southern woman with piercing blue eyes is proof that dreams can come true. With her best selling cookbooks, entertainment magazine, hit show Paula’s Home Cooking, and the launch of her new show Paula’s Party,it’s easy to see that there is no stopping this woman’s success.

Living with agoraphobia for 20 years and experiencing a crumbling marriage, Deen was left with two growing sons and no source of income. With no education and very little to fall back on, the then-42-year-old housewife reached deep into her Southern roots and drew inspiration from what she knew best – her kitchen stove. Her culinary career began in June of 1989 out of her kitchen with The Bag Lady, a home-based lunch delivery service in Savannah. The woman with the big dreams would whip up tuna fish sandwiches wrapped in Saran Wrap and have her two sons sell them to local businesses. Within two years, The Bag Lady grew too much for a home-based operation, and she eventually opened her first restaurant on Savannah’s Southside called The Lady. In 1996, after five successful years, Deen was ready for yet another challenge and launched her second restaurant The Lady & Sons,which to this day serves thousands of Savannah visitors, including celebrity clientele.

In 1997, Deen published her first cookbook, The Lady & Sons Savannah Country Cookbook. As luck would have it, a major publishing house picked it up when one of their literary agents walked into the restaurant to escape a rainstorm. She picked up the cookbook and immediately realized its potential. Shortly after that, Deen’s cookbook career was off to an impressive start with promotional appearances on QVC, where it quickly became one of the best-selling cookbooks. By then, Deen’s career seemed to have no limits. In the years that followed, she published numerous other cookbooks, including The Lady & Sons Too!, The Lady & Sons Just Desserts, Paula Deen & Friends Living It Up Southern Style, and Paula Deen Classics. On October 24, Simon & Schuster will release Deen’s sixth cookbook, Paula Deen Celebrates.

Paula’s Home Cooking premiered on the Food Network on November 16, 2002. The program features Deen doing what she does best – being herself, teaching people how to bring joy into their kitchens and homes. With Deen, it’s about teaching viewers to bring out the best in their families and creating happy memories no matter what the budget.

This fall, Deen is launching her second program on the Food Network and taking it to a new level by inviting guests to participate in her cooking classes. Paula’s Party premieres in late October and features the silver-tressed wonder being playful and interacting with her audience. Needless to say, with Paula’s Party,viewers will have an inside view into what makes Deen so special – a clever wit, hearty laugh, and shear genius at making people feel good.

Deen appears regularly on “The Today Show,” “Good Morning America,” “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” “The View,” and other leading programs. She recently had an opportunity to have a major acting role in Cameron Crowe’s film Elizabethtown starring Orlando Bloom, Kirsten Dunst, and Susan Sarandon.


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K28896 - Paula Deen Speckled Ceramic Salt Pig 4.7 5 63 63
Love My Blue Pig It's so large I used it in my sink for sponges I love it so nice color well made thanks Qvc and Paula deen blends well with my temptations 08-14-12
So Adorable - Cutest Little Pig This little piggy is just as pictured. He is absolutely adorable and the cutest I have seen. His little feet and ears are perfect. I am using him for my round brush and sponge at the kitchen sink. There is plenty of wiggle room inside and large enough to get your hand in to grab and wash. Delighted.. 07-10-12
SUEEEEET!!!!!! This is the coolest pig ever, I have purchased one for my brother, best friend, boy friend and myself. Oh and a friends sister too!! We all LOVE this little piggy 07-02-12
GREAT!! Got this in red and was pleasantly surprised at how large it is. Since I already have the Temptations salt pig near the stovetop I decided to use this one to hold scrubbies as other reviewers have suggested. Works great and looks cute too! 07-02-12
great deal! I checked online for salt pig prices and this one can't be beat. I bought 1 for me and 2 for gifts. Each one was perfect. Mine is by the sink with a sponge and a brush. I got the green and I am very pleased !:) 06-28-12
CUTE CUTE CUTE!!!!!! Ordered the RED.....sooooooo darn stinking cute....using to hold sponges and scrub pad.....big and heavy duty......really cute sitting by my sink.....makes me "SMILE" while I do dishes...... 06-22-12
Adorable! Cutest novelty kitchen item I've ever seen! The wide mouth lets you put a sponge (or two) and the stoppers in it. The color is beautiful. I worry that it may chip easily (hence the 4 stars), although it is not flimsy, but you know how easily pottery breaks. That said, I will be careful with it because it is cute as it can be and very functional!! 06-10-12
Works perfect as a sponge holder I bought the red piggy to use a a sponge holder and it holds a standard kitchen sponge perfectly. It even has room for me to slip the sink stoppers in the bottom as well! No more stinky sponges or ugly grout from sitting my kitchen sponges along the edge of my undermount sink. I would recommend this as a sponge holder as a salt pig I don't know is seems rather large for that. 05-24-12
big mouth! I think this little piggie is so cute and I love the color. The opening is big enough the get my hand in there. The only thing that I wished was different was that the angle of the opening was higher so I could fill it with salt more than an inch or so. 04-28-12
LOVE MY PIG Love the color and the fun side of the pig. I use my pig for scrubbys. Wish Paula would make more items in this color. Maybe a canister set 03-27-12
Cute little guy.. I am using this 'salt pig' for sweetner packets on top my microwave.. Works great, just wish it was a bit deeper at the bottom part so more would fit at one time.. But, I happy with it.. Thinking about getting a second one for my desk to put paper clips in.. I'm sure there are many other uses for it, just have to think on it a bit.. 03-21-12

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