These stainless steel sauce cups are perfect for serving dipping sauces, condiments or dressings for your lavish seafood spread. Each cup holds 2.5 oz of delicious dipping sauce. Go on - dip that lobster leg in the yummy lemon-butter sauce and savor its goodness elegantly! Not in a mood for seafood? No problem - you can use these cups as pinch bowls, for displaying condiments or salad dressings too!
Make your crab feasts more enjoyable with the Discovery Channel's hit reality series "Deadliest Catch"-inspired accessories and go for a daring culinary adventure anytime!Includes:
About the Collection
Prepare to feast with Deadliest Catch star Captain Sig Hansen! From boat to table, Discovery Channel's hit reality series brings you an exclusive line of seafood inspired by the Captain's adventures. Join Sig as he shares personal stories and close calls - while preparing awesome, mouth-watering dishes. Enjoy amazing appetizers and entrees of Alaskan King crab legs, snow crab, jumbo lump crab cakes, Steak Oscar varieties and more.
Get ready for a tasty ride with Deadliest Catch.
About the Guest
The son of a Norwegian fisherman, Captain Sig Hansen began fishing at age 14. After finishing high school, Sig took up fishing full time and at 22, he was already enough of a veteran to serve as a relief captain on the Northwestern, his family's boat. Four years later, he became the boat's full-time captain and one of the youngest ever to take command.
For nearly two decades, Sig has seen to it that the Northwestern is one of the Alaskan crab industry's top producers. He considers this performance essential, but he'll tell you that a greater accomplishment by far is the lack of any major accidents onboard the Northwestern.
A hard-driving captain, Sig pushes himself and his crew to work grueling hours under extreme conditions. He's a fatherly and compassionate man who puts a premium on family responsibility. This year, Sig will be training his brother Edgar to take over as captain of the Northwestern.
All photos credited to Discovery Communications.