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Find your g-Spout

It's a kitchen strainer, people. Get your heads out of the gutter.

It's also a spoon rest. Archer Castle

You just finished frying up your dinner, and now you have a pan full of cooking grease and oil. You could dump it down the drain, but that could clog your drain and the sewer line, plus it has the potential to add to waterway pollution. To encourage the environmentally responsible disposal of cooking grease and oil, and to prevent those pesky drain clogs, Archer Castle Investments came up with the dubiously named g-Spout.

This food grade silicone removable spout/strainer easily attaches to a skillet, double boiler, bowl, or can so that you can strain your grease into disposable containers. But wait, there's more! You can also use it to make cupcakes, muffins, and pancakes without drips or baked on batter. Drizzle chocolate from a double boiler, strain your soups, refill your saltshaker, or pour your paint back into bottles.

The g-Spout can withstand temperatures up to 450 degrees and is microwave- and dishwasher-safe. Priced at $13.