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There isn't anything bacon really isn't good for. Well, it may not cure male pattern baldness, but now you can at least use it to keep your stove top clean, thanks to the Bacon Spoon Rest. Sure, it's not made of real bacon, but even looking like bacon may have mysterious protective properties.
Bacon has definitely always been the food of the gods, but now it's also the perfect kitchen utensil as well. Don't let your stove fall prey to drips and stains when you have the power of bacon at your disposal.
The Bacon Spoon Rest is the perfect birthday, housewarming or holiday gift for any bacon lovers on your shopping list.
Have you ever had that moment in the kitchen when you need to put a cooking utensil down, but you’re worried there is enough bacteria covering your tabletops to be considered a biohazard zone? The Bacon Spoon Rest keeps your spoon disease free and makes your mouth water at the same time. How cool is that?
Specs, Features and Bragging Rights
- Ceramic bacon spoon rest
- Wipes clean easily
- Keeps cooking utensils off of counters and stovetops
- Measures 3-1/2" x 10"
Who Would Love A Bacon Spoon Rest
Bacon really is the perfect food. I know there are tons of studies saying how bad it is for you, but we like to think that's just propaganda from bacon-deficient vegetable lobbyists. The Bacon Spoon Rest is perfect for the cook that enjoys a slab of bacon on everything from his breakfast plate to maple cupcakes. It's a constant reminder that the delicious food is only a skillet away from being in your tummy.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the Bacon Spoon Rest bad for my cholesterol?
The great thing about the Bacon Spoon Rest is that you can't eat it, so there's no way it can impact your cholesterol level. If you do decide to eat it, then you're going to have a lot more problems than an elevated HDL. Remember, it's a spoon rest and not a main course.
How often should I clean the Bacon Spoon Rest?
If you want to keep your spoons free of creepy crawlies, then I would clean it after each use. You wouldn’t want your spaghetti spoon to contaminate your frosting spoon would you? Just take it and plop it into the sink along with the other dishes. Food poisoning is nobody’s friend, pal.