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Off to Market: Salt Box

These days salt shakers are a thing of the past. Instead, the essential seasoning belongs in a stylish little container on the kitchen counter. With salt being liberally sprinkled instead of shaken, it's hard to believe that YumSugar doesn't have a salt box. She's desperate for a salt container so let's help her by heading off to market. Look for a vessel that's perfect for displaying the white crystals. It should be chic not showy, and can be made from any material. Save the salt boxes you discover in the Yum Market on TeamSugar with the keyword tag, Salt Box.

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Peggasus Peggasus 8 years
I use a small ceramic, hand painted bowl (made in Belgium) that I found at an antique store. It cost $5. I would think having a lid on a salt bowl would be a pain.
kia kia 8 years
My husband and I originally registered for a bamboo salt keeper from Crate and Barrel for our wedding but wound up removing a lot of registry items to avoid products made in China. Sadly, that was one. So I am still on the search for a salt keeper of some sort preferably made local or pre-owned.
Cocoangel Cocoangel 8 years
We use a salt cellar from Crate & Barrel too but it's wooden. filled with course Kosher salt. I'd curious to know what kind of salt everyone puts in their cellars.
Muwach Muwach 8 years
I've used this salt cellar from Crate and Barrel for years. I love it!! It holds a lot, is easy to clean, and inexpensive.http://www.crateandbarrel.com/family.aspx?c=855&f=23656&q=salt&fromLocation=Search&DIMID=400001&SearchPage=2
Muwach Muwach 8 years
I've used this salt cellar from Crate and Barrel for years. I love it!! It holds a lot, is easy to clean, and inexpensive. http://www.crateandbarrel.com/family.aspx?c=855&f=23656&q=salt&fromLocation=Search&DIMID=400001&SearchPage=2
godeats godeats 8 years
I think Mario Batali's wooden salt cellar is the best of all.
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