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Frywall Keeps Bacon Grease Where It Belongs

by Conner Flynn
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This is one of those gadgets that is such a simple idea, you wonder why you never thought of it yourself. When you fry stuff in the pan, you’re going to get oil splatters all over the place, it’s just a fact of life. Whether you’re cooking chicken, pork chops, or bacon, grease is going to get on your stove top and kitchen walls. But not with the Frywall.

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It is basically a silicone cone for your pan that catches the grease so it won’t go all over the place. It can withstand heat up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. Just put it on the inside of your pan, and it will do its job.

It comes in two sizes: one for the 10-inch pans and another for 12-inch pans. The 10-inch pan version measures 15 inches in diameter and the other, an even larger 17 inches, and folds down nice and small when not in use. The small version sells for $21.95(USD), and the large one is $28.95. Both are available from The Grommet.

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