Clambake Tin Collection

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Clambake Tin Container
Total: $


Clambake Steampot is perfect for steaming clams and seafood. This single-use seafood steampot is great for restaurant take-out, clambake parties, or for use at home, indoors or out. Use as a garbage can after the meal for easy cleanup! Includes lids for safety. 25T & 50T sizes have handles. Available sizes: 15T (2 gallon 10 1/4" x 9 3/16 x 7 13/16"), 25T (3.5 gallon 10 1/4" x 9 3/16 x 11 1/2"), & 50T (6.5 gallon 12 1/4" x 11 1/2 x 14 1/8") Inside surfaces are FDA approved for contact with food. Recyclable tin-plated steel. Made in the USA.


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  • Clambake tins 5

    Posted by Donald Wagner on Jan 24th 2023

    I used them as lard cans they worked great

  • Clambake tins 5

    Posted by Mike Jury on Oct 25th 2022

    Had been looking for some old "lard cans" for some time, as my wife stores flour and sugar in them as well as cookies for the holidays, and ours were upwards of 30 years old. These are an excellent product, perhaps not quite as heavy a gauge metal as the old ones, but well made with snug-fitting lids. She is very pleased with them, and you know, "when Momma's happy, everybody's happy!"

  • mbandbillm@aol.com 5

    Posted by william morgan on Oct 12th 2022

    the order was placed and within the week delivery occurred. Pleased with everything--

  • clambake tine 5

    Posted by judith eberle on Mar 1st 2022

    very nice I store my christmas decorations in them I chemical sensitivity

  • Utility 5

    Posted by Charlie on Feb 10th 2022

    Bulk dry goods storage. These are perfect. Very well made. Very cost effective. Big. Nice.

  • Clambake tins 5

    Posted by Mary reeves on Oct 30th 2020

    I bought these for my son. He lives in the country and sometimes has a mouse problem, these tins are the perfect storage solution for flour and sugar.

  • Clambake tin 4

    Posted by Mike on Apr 4th 2019

    I bought this to hold flour and sugar. Very cost effective though a little on the thin side for both lit and base. I dropped the lid gently and it dented the first day. Over all though it looks great and works great. It does seem to hold water as well, though I do not know that it is meant to for long periods of time as it is really framed after the smaller lard cans.