The principle behind the Good Grips
gravy separator is the same as a run-of-the-mill separator - you pour in your gravy, let the fat rise to the top, then pour leaner gravy from the spout mounted at the bottom of the cup. But, unlike other gravy separators, Good Grips
includes a plug that creates an air-tight seal in the spout. This seal isolates the spout as the fat rises to the top of the gravy; with other separators, fat and gravy rise up the spout just like they rise in the rest of the cup.
With the Good Grips
separator, just pull out the plug, tip, and out comes leaner gravy, with no need to first pour off the fat in the spout. Not only that, Good Grips
puts a handy, detachable strainer on top of the cup for those who like to strain the bits from their gravy. 4-cup capacity in microwave-safe Lexan with a soft, comfortable, Good Grips
handle. Also in a 2-cup version