For marinating with brush & pot
Anyone who's ever marinated a steak or a piece of chicken – or vegetables for that matter – knows exactly why Bodum developed this sauce pot. All others can learn from the mistakes of their predecessors. There's nothing worse than preparing the world's best marinade and getting more of it on the counter than on your meat.
The Bistro Sauce Pot puts an end to the phenomenon that when attempting to marinate, a large part of the marinade drips on the grill, the ground or the countertop. The question of what to do with the leftover marinade is also answered.
Not only can marinade be made in the small sauce pot, but rather it can also be kept airtight inside it. The handle, which is also part of the cap, makes it possible for the cap to be tightened securely around the marinade glass so that the marinade can be brought directly to the grill without dripping on the ground.
Finally, the handle also acts as a basting brush, which you can use to selectively apply the marinade. After use, the brush can also be inserted back clean into the glass, saving space.