We were first introduced to the Fourth Burner Pot by our friend, Marisa McClellan of Food in Jars. She used the pot during a couple of demos she did at Fillmore Container, and we were intrigued by its multi-tasking ability.
Why we love the Fourth Burner Pot, and why you will too:
We think this tall and thin stainless steel pot is a versatile superstar! It’s great for making pickles because you can heat the brine in it and then pour it directly into the jars. And because it’s got that rack, it makes a terrific small batch canning pot. The basket will hold 3 half-pint Elite jars stacked…yes, it’s okay to stack jars when water bath canning (within reason).
Of course, it has lots of great uses beyond preserving; it can double as a tea kettle. The size of the pot is perfect for steaming asparagus, and other vegetables. Use it to make a small batch of soup or gravy, or even to brew a batch of summer tea concentrate.
I have a small stove and have been figuring out the best way to can with it. I love that I can stack and can in this taller/thinner pot!
What an awesome little pot! That looks incredibly useful and handy!
Love this pot and have been coveting it for a long time! Would love to use it for some small batch canning.
Whoa! So cool!
I can finally try canning tomatoes with out burning my hands !!
This would be a perfect addition to mu canning lineup!
I want to try making pickles!
I have been looking for a pot exactly like this!!! Want, Need, Love!!
I love it when I’m not the only one who thinks bigger is better! Cooking for a large family means buying larger than usual gear, and it is sometimes difficult to find the right combination of quality and quantity. Thanks for running this giveaway!!
Would love to try one of these, ever since we saw Marisa use it!
What an awesome giveaway! Would love to have “this little workhorse” as part of my cooking collection.
I have been wanting one of these for years! I’d love to use it for small batches of jam!
I’d use it for making stock!
This looks so useful, especially in my little kitchen. Thanks for the chance!
I would use it for steaming and preserving veggies, making herbal tinctures and teas, etc.
Just what I’m looking for!
Would use it for small batches of jam and making the brine for refrigerator pickles.
I would try my hand at some small batch canning. Probably rhubarb jam. But I can think of lots of other uses.
Beautiful! I’d use it for too many things to list!
I would use this every day!
Definitely for canning, but since its so versatile probably for everything else too!
I would can fruit syrups for waffles and homemade sodas. Also, I would blanch vegetables, and heat brine to make giardiniera!
I want to try canning for the first time. This will come in handy because I don’t have very much in the ways of supplies.
I have recently starting preserving again, but now just for two, not a crowd! This pot would be perfect!
This pot would be great for small batches of canned goods – lugging around my giant canner pot can be a pain when I’m only make a few jars.
I’d use it for small canning and I’m sure I’d find lots of other uses.
We are learning to can this year and have started with pickles. This looks like an awesome product to help simplify and make the process much more efficient!
I would use the pot for making jam, cooking pasta and steaming vegetables!
That looks like a really handy little pot for all sorts of things!
(I love visiting you guys when I pick jars up, you’re all so friendly.)
I love small batch canning for leftover soups and sauces for the two of us, and this would be great for our emergency cook kit when we have storms & lose power for days and use an alcohol stove. Thank you for providing this opportunity to win a 4th burner pot!
Heating water for everything! Cooking asparagus.
I think that this kind of pot would come in handy in so many ways! I’d definitely try some small batch canning, though, and I’d cook asparagus and the like.
I would use the 4th burner pot to waterbath small batch canning projects, brine for pickles, for pasta, and quite a few other things when I need the extra room on the stove.
Definitely use it for small batch canning, as that’s the majority of my canning!
Canning definitely. And probably eggs, and boiling water for tea.
Those look so versatile I can imagine I’d make it up as I go along, depending on what I needed to do.
I’d use it for heating up liquids that need to be transferred lately. I love the idea of using it for pickle brine. I can on a tiny apartment size stove, so a tall pot like this would quickly become my favorite pot.
So many ways to use it! Heating brine or broth, small canning batches… so many ways!
First off it would be great to can a couple jars of stuff at a time, plus I think I’d use it to steam asparagus.
would love to try this!
I’d love to use the 4th burner pot to can small batches of pickles!
Thanks for the giveaway! It looks like a handy little pot that I would use for keeping brine hot, brewing water for tea, and making small batches of jam.
That little pot would probably be pressed into service for heating up broth/tea/water practically every day!
definitely for some small batch canning
Hoping my garden will yield enough tomatoes to be worth canning some!
I would use it for steaming mostly!!
So excited to have found your store! Love that this post has a 3 quart capacity!!!
This looks like a product I will be investing in the near future. Looks like it would be great for warming the lids and rings when canning.
I would use it for small batches in the evenings while I’m catching up on my tv shows.
Love this pot! I’m interested in small batch canning and I started an asparagus bed this year so this would get a lot of use
I’ve only ever canned jams, and my fiance has never canned at all, but would like to try making pickles with the fourth burner pot.
I love to can and this would be a great time saving tool;
I would make yummy jams.
I would use it for raspberry and blackberry jam.
A super cool prodyct! IO have a small thing like this I use for melting butter, and this would be perfect for heating stock and blanchinh small amounts of veggies
I want one!!
Canning!!!! Jellies!!! Jams!!!!
perfect for heating water, pickle brine, etc,etc.
This would be so convenient, and I know I have a sister who needs one!
I would be using it in my kitchen everyday I think. But especially during my canning time especially when I only have a couple of jars of jam to do up.
If I won the Fourth Burner pot I would use it for cooking asparagus and for heating up chicken stock for rosotto.
Love all the new things you offer to simplify my canning work.
This is a brilliant idea!
The possibilities are endless. Keeping jars hot/sterol,small batch canning and blanching to name a few.
We just got a flat-top stove and my current canning pot won’t work on it. I NEED this pot so I can start canning again!!
If won the forth burner pot would come in wicked handing this fall making relishes, jellies, jams and all the other canning I’ll have to do.
I love this pot. it is so well designed. It is so worth paying full price, and I don’t pay full price for anything!
That pot would also be great for cooking pasta.
I would use for soup or canning small recipes
So many things to love about this product: stainless steel, dishwasher safe and small batch canning!
sounds like it will be great for pickle brine. Gonna make 14-day pickles. Baby pickles on the vines.
Have wanted a 4th burner pot for a long time!!
The first thing that came to my mind was “This i perfect for canning my Asian Pear butter. My tree is still young, but last year I got 4 half pints of pear butter from it. I hate heating up my kitchen with the big canner for just a few jars.
Wow. Just about everything? I’m guessing asparagus would steam nicely here. Just planted some this spring!
Canning everything! This would totally rock!!
Thank you bunches for the chance to win!!#!
Thank you for the chance. A friend sent me the link. I had never heard about these types of pots before and am in love! What a great invention. I especially appreciate the measurements inside.
Good luck everyone!
Came over here from Food In Jars to see that pot. Lovely. Please enter me for a chance to win.
I’d use it for blanching peaches and tomatoes for canning.
Thanks for the giveaway! I’d love to win this useful little pot!
I would use this nifty new pot to begin canning in small batches.
I would have many different uses for the Fourth Burner Pot – small batch water bath canner, syrups from summer fruits, tea concentrates and as a steamer pot. Looks like a wonderful useful item. I would love one!
Sounds great for making pickles!
I would do small batches of jam.
If I won this very cool pot, I would use it for steaming veggies and I bet it would make a great ganache pot too!
Definitely for small batch canning.
This is a perfect pot for all sorts of taller but smaller tasks. I can imagine small batch canning at the top of the list.
Would love to win!
such a handy pot to have and use for all the canning I do weekly…hope the prize will pay for ordering one!!!! Thank u for the giveaway!
I live in Lancaster but didn’t know your wonderful store existed until I took a canning class at your store. Can’t wait to visit again!
I would use the Fourth Burner Pot for canning pickles, tomatoes, peaches and cooking asparagus.
I would just the 4th burner pot to do small batch canning. My house is small and I am a single person. I just don’t need much.
Looks like a great idea for an all around great pot for canning or making the tea concentrate!
would use the pot for canning….. small batches…..
I would use it to can a small batch of jam
Oh, how I have coveted that 4th burner pot! Thanks for the chance to win one!
Wow, this sounds great! When I have my canner on the stove, it crowds the other burner a bit so this would be great for heating the liquid for whatever I’m canning.
Thanks for the chance!
This would come in sooooo handy when doing small batches!
I would definitely try this for steaming vegetables
I have been coveting this lil pot for some time. I would use it to heat brine for pickles, ferments…and every other thing I can think of.
I’d use it for small batch canning – and perhaps a batch or two of tea!
So many uses! Boiling eggs, small batch canning, pickle brine…
I’d use this pot for everything! What a fantastic addition to the kitchen! So practical and useful to have since it seems to have so many uses!
I’d use it for pickle brine or vegetable steaming. Thanks for the giveaway!
I would use it to get cherries ready for canning and to boil water for tea.
This would be the perfect pot to travel with. Picking up local fruit wherever I’m visiting and making a small batch of jam. Perfect!
Definitely would use this for pickle making! And for small batch canning!
i would can small batches and heat syrups.
This looks like a versatile pot that I could find plenty of uses for. I like the idea of a smaller pot for processing small batches of jams and jellies or using for cooking and straining.
If I win the 4th Burner Pot I would probably use it every time I do any canning. I LOVE canning. But, unlike my grandmother, I don’t do huge batches. I usually do very small batches and this pot looks perfect for that.
I have coveted one of these pots ever since I first read about them on Food In Jars, and I just haven’t been able to squeeze one into my very tight budget.
inwould use it for jams and jellies and other yummy delicious concoctions!
I would use it for just about everything!
This pot looks great with lots of uses!! I could see it becoming a staple!
I’d love to be able to can small batches of jam!
Wow this is a awesome idea, boy I sure could some thing like this
I would use it for small-batch canning.
I would probably first use it as a small water bath canner
Thank you for this giveaway opportunity
This would sure make it easier for small batches!
I love this little pot!
The Fourth Burner Pot would be terrific for the brine I use to make refrigerator pickles. It’s versatility also means that it will be use for many many other uses.
This would definitely increase smaller-batch canning for me, versus one big hoopla with the large water bath pot!
This little pot would be so useful in my kitchen! I am very happy that you are carrying it now. Thank you for the lovely giveaway!
This is brilliant!! And since canning season is upon us I would love to add this to my canning kitchen!
I would use this for small batches of jam. : )
I love this pot! I never knew you could stack the canning jars while processing so this would be wonderful for the small batch recipes.
Great little pot! I saw Marisa McClellan use this pot on two separate occasions, one to make jam and once to make pickles. Would love to win one. Cheers.
I had a pot like that I would use it to make small batches of jam and marmalade from the few fruit trees here where I live and make sure the jams were given away to the low income senior citizens who live close to me instead of allowing the good fruit to spoil and be wasted.
I would use it for so many things. It would be great to use just as a pot for heating water for hot tea. But with the steamer basket I could also use it for steaming veggies or blanching fruits and veggies for canning or freezing.
This would be great to steam vegetables! It would definitely be used almost daily!!
This pot would be the best addition to my canning!
I would use it for asparagus, hard boiling eggs, and stacking small batches for water canning (never knew you could do that before!) Thank you so much 🙂
I *love* these fourth burner pots! My favorite use is to boil eggs in them. Makes it so simple to shock them for easy peeling!
What a great idea when canning on a small stove top. I need this.
I’d use it for canning, risotto, and scalding milk for Christmas sticky buns!
A very versatile pot. I would use it for small batch canning, to boil water to brew tea, and to steam vegetables, but I’m sure there will be many other uses.
This pot has the potential to be my new best kitchen friend!
Perfect to make my quick veggie broth!
Love that fourth burner pot…definitely that and canning jars……I can never have enough! I give things away to people and it breaks my heart when they tell me they recycled the jar (as in put it in the recycling bin) which is better than throwing it out…..return it! I’ll give you a full jar back!
I would use this pot for a lot of different things. I really think it would be handy for pickling brines, steaming asparagus, and maybe even canning small batches.
If I win the pot, I would use it for steaming vegetables, cooking small batches of corn on the cob, and heading up extra water for the canner! Plus a ton of other things I’m sure!
I would use it for small batch canning; boiling brine; boiling eggs
I would love to get into canning, and with this being good for small-batch canning (and me living in a small apartment with a small kitchen), it seems like it would be the perfect tool! I am also intrigued by its utility for making pickles.
Looks like it would be great for steaming asparagus, heating stock etc. I’d love to win one!
I’ d love an easy way to go small batch canning
Can’t wait to stick it on the back burner filled with brine for pickles.
That looks like it would be great for asparagus or tea. Or, for small batch canning, as Marisa uses it.
I do so much canning and I love that Filmore has so many great little lids and different accessories to make it so much more fun!
Small batch canning!
I would use it for canning, steaming and come up with some other uses as well.
I would use the burner pot to heat pickling brine. It looks awesome!
This is perfect!
I’d use it all the time! small pots of pasta, canning small batches of jam, fruit butter, tomato paste, risotto, and probably more!
This looks awesome!
What a wonderful and clever pot! Love when the perfect tool is designed. 🙂
would use the pot to make some strawberry vanilla jam
Love jars and preserving food while in season. Excited about this awesome burner pot too.
I love this narrow pot! It looks great for asparagus.
Sauce on the side! Steamed veggies! So many possibilities.
I would use my 4th burner pot for brine for pickles and also for that extra jar of jam that doesn’t fit into my canner! Thanks for the giveaway. Leslie
I’ve read Marisa’s posts about this pot and am excited that you are carrying it!
If I win, it’s more strawberry, gooseberry and other jams that I look forward to!
Love this little muli-tasker! Would be great in my tiny kitchen!
I am new to canning so I think this would be perfect for small batches as I try new things!
Small batch canning!
I love to make jams and can vegis
I would use this for making soups. It’s a perfect size.
That pot would be super-convenient to use on so many occasions!
If I’m the lucky winner, I’ll use this excellent pot for canning (of course!) and also for making hard-boiled eggs, for heating soup, for cooking vegetables, and lots of other things, too!
Love this pot for quick canning a small two jar batch.
I would use the pot to cook fresh from the field corn on the cob, It would also be great to heat up liquids for canning.
What an awesome and versatile pot, it would make a great addition to any kitchen!
This sounds like a great advance for canners.
What a great giveaway. I’m a blog followerer of Food in Jars.
This pot looks very useful, I’d love to try it for small batch canning.
Keeping my fingers crossed!
I’d love to do some small batch canning. Maybe pineapple jam?
I would love to do very small batch water bath canning in this.
This looks like a great fit for making the brine for my nearly famous yellow squash pickles!
If I won this pot, I would use it for so may things! Making pasta, steaming veggies, and of course canning! The pour spout and handle are a great handy addition to a regular pot. Why didn’t I think of that!
I would use the pot in so many ways,..tea,can,cook,culture, yummmmmmm too many ways to list!
I preserve a great deal of food I grow and purchase from my local co-op so the fourth burner pot would be used for blanching veggies (especially potatoes to dehydrate) to using up small amounts of fruit to make jam. Since I have a glass top stove this pot would fit perfectly on my back burner.
I am very excited for this new pot design. I really hate to heat the house up in the summer with my large canning pot. This will be a great alternative and can be used in many ways besides canning. I’d like to tackle smaller batches of pickles and possibly cooking corn on the cob.
The pot looks fabulous! I can think of many uses! Hope to win!
I love this! I’ thinking soup, eggs, asparagus, pasta… Lots of smal batch stuff.
Thanks for posting. This looks very useful.
Pickles mostly, I think, I had several small batches I could have done last year but could not find a decently small pot. – but it would be great for steaming too!
Thanks for the giveaway!
Sounds like a wonderful, multipurpose pot to have in one’s kitchen arsenal!
please enter me in the giveaway!
Nice giveaway 🙂 I would use this pot a lot. Sometime I need to just can one jar and this is perfect for it.
I want one of these pots SO badly! If I don’t win, I am going to have to buy one soon!
I would use it for pasta and small batch canning.
Marissa of Food in Jars, sings the praises of this little pot. I would love to use it for small batch pickles and jams using her recipes from her book.
Love the versatility of this pot. And would love to win it, thanks for offering such a great product.
I would use it to boil our eggs each week, heat water for tea etc. and of course to can as well!
I’ve had my eye on that pot for a while now – would love to win one!
I would love to make small batches of jam and not heat up the house and use so much water with the big canning pot.
I’d use it for canning!
This would be great for some asparagus!
Looks like it would be a handy pot to have.
I’m sure I’d find tons of ways to use this super pot! To start with, I’d use it to boil water for my rooibos and green teas and to heat just about everything that I used to stick in the microwave like stock and broths, etc.
Oh, I would use it in all your suggested ways and likely more. Thanks for the opportunity.
I would use it for small batch canning
Lots and lots of pickles!
small batch anything,what a fun addition to canning and cooking pots ! <3
It’s jam making season and this pot would be perfect for small amounts of fruit for jam and for hard boiling the eggs from my hens. Thank you for offering this giveaway to all of us.
Small batch canning!! I think this could become a well used kitchen favorite!
I would love one of these pots for canning this summer.
I am intriqued by the notion of canning such a small number of jars, and we also have lots of asparagus every spring. I wonder how it might work for boiling off sap during maple sugaring season.
Would really enjoy giving this pot a try!
Definitely use the pot for risotto!
Love the idea of making small batches of jam, chutneys and salsa using the 4th burner pot. Often, after munching on my fruit and veggies in the garden, I don’t have enough for a full batch, so this pot would be perfect!
Oh this looks cool! I’m sure I would use this for canning small batches. I don’t have a good pot for that, and always feel like I need a lot of something to make canning worth it. This would totally up my level of preserving!
Egg boiling, pickle brine… I’ve been eyeing one of these for a while!
I’d use it for so many things in the kitchen! Small jar canning , hard boiled eggs…etc!!!
I would use this to heat up water for herbal tea and for canning.
Holy wow!! Not sure I can pick just one, but oh my fresh garden steamed veggies!!! Of course I am more than positive that it would work itself very nicely into my pickle routine 😉
Would live this pot!!
I WOULD USE IT TO HEAT WATER FOR ICE TEA AND ALSO TO MAKE PICKLES.
I’d love this pot since my kitchen is so tiny and all space is at a premium. It’d be great all kinds of everyday tasks and experimenting with new smaller batch canning recipes.
That. . . looks WONDERFUL. I think I NEED one!
That pot is so clever! I would love to use it for making those little batches of jam.
4th burner pot definitely, jars of course and that cool retro cherry pitter!
This would make all of my canning so much easier. I would use it for jams/jelly and pickles.
I can think of several uses. Wonderful Idea.
I would love this for making jelly and pickles!
I would use this pot definitely for steaming vegetables, heating water, and anything I have yet to think of.
I would definitely use it for canning now that it’s summer and all the summer goodies are coming available!!
would love to win this
I would use it in all types of my summer/fall canning.
This looks beautiful and so handy. I DO use pamona pectin. Love it. Thank you for you generous offers.
what a great product! Would love to have one. Thank you
Sure could use this! I do not have one and love the red handle.
oh that would be great for corn on the cob
Please enter me in your contest, would definitely use this in canning – blanching peaces and tomatoes. Keeping water how to add to canner, and we eat a lot of steamed veggies. Please pick me!
Why didn’t someone think of this before??!! This pot seems to be very versatile!
I need this pot! I’m thinking it would be amazing for making small batches of jelly! Or for using it to dunk small batches of tomatoes or peaches in boiling water to remove the skins!
I would spend it to add to my canning supplies
would be a great help canning
Thanks for a great giveaway.
Using that fourth burner pot to make small batches of jam and really super handy for pickling veggies this summer.
I’d start with canning, and try smaller servings of other cooking I do.
I can see this pot living on my stove.
I’d definitely use this! Canning, of course, but as an asparagus steamer this would be awesome!
I can see that being used to steam blanch veggies and maybe even homemade tamales!
This has been my first year canning and I’ve had to improvise in my tools. So I would be able to use the right tools then to starting teaching my 2 girls the art of canning as well. As a single mom of two….canning is a healthy and budget friendly. It is also a GREAT WAY to “unplug” from the world and just have good, one on one, time with my beautiful girls!
Would love to cook asparagus in that!
I love canning, I am ready to harvest our garden so we can start it’s my favorite time of year . My mamaws having me take over canning this year I’m excited 🙂
Oh, that has so many potential uses…I want one!
Oh my goodness, this is an awesome canning tool! Great products and giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win one! Linda
I’ve just started canning and could use all of the help I can get!!
my stove has a five burners. It can be tricky on big-cooking days like holidays to fit pots on them. This would be great for keeping stock hot.
I would love to win this fourth burner pot to water bath can small batches of jam! This would be perfect!
I would use this pot for making pickles and small batch canning.
This would be a fantastic addition to my canning supplies!
I’d love to see how I can use this when making Jelly & Preserves!
Love the look of this pot! It would be so useful for so many things in my kitchen!!
I would live this for making jam, blanching veggies for canning or freezing, all sorts of uses for this pot! 🙂
I was actually thinking this would be perfect for pickle brine, then I read father down 🙂
I’d use it for everything! Boiling water, warming, steaming, canning…
Looks great for all the above. But it would also fit in my wonder oven!
Oh my….blanching, steaming, tea brewing, sterilizing. So many uses, so little time!
OMG I love this pan!
I’d put this pot to many good uses: putting up a few jars of tomatoes as they ripen, a batch of rhubarb jam before it goes away for the summer, steaming asparagus and tamales (but not together), boiling water for tea, heating sauces for pasta dishes, cooking small amounts of almost anything.
I would use it on the 2 gallon Yorkshire Beverage Dispenser. I could sure use it while entertaining family and friends!
I’d probably being using it today for the boiling water that I will add to my jars of dried pintosbefore I pressure can them. If I had one, that is. Since I don’t, I will be squeezing a pot on the burner by the canner and stockpot.
I can think of so many uses for this pot, but I love the idea of using it to make the pickle brine and just pouring it right into the jars.
Wow, what a cool pot.
Would love to win as it would be so handy to use, love the concept and the look of this wonderful addition to canning, thanks for the chance to win!! Good luck to all that enter
It would be awesome with all the canning. Like steaming tomatoes.
4th Burner Pot – I’m just starting to can and would love to add this to my supplies for canning. Thanks.
If I were to win the pot, I would be using it to can jelly. I just moved to an area where berries grow in abundance, so I’d love to be able to enjoy them year rround.
what a neat idea! love it!
I absolutely love this! I would do pickles, jam or jelly and possibly steam some vegetables, or anything else I could do with it.
would love to win anything to expand my canning supplies since I’m getting into more than just canning tomato sauce and pickled veggies.
Coolpot! I would use it for asparagus, making kombucha tea, and blanching small batches of veggies bound for the freezer.
This fourth burner pot looks like a very useful tool! It would fit on my stove when I am using my big canners that take up so much room.
This looks like it’d be great for everything from small batch canning to boiling eggs!
This pot looks awesome. It can definitely be used for a number of different things. I think I would use it for making the pickle brine. Thanks for the giveaway.
I would use this 4th burner pot for EVERYTHING. I have already made strawberry jam and tried my hand at home canned sweet pickle relish. I need this!
This will make an awesome add to my canning kitchen!
This pot makes small batch canning very convenient and easy!
I think I would love to try this new pot. My best friend is going to visit in Sep from Reno Nv and we could have so much fun with this
Very nice! I’d use it for asparagus and making tea as well, but maybe making fruit syrups as well.I really like the pour spout.
oh pick me Id love to win..this looks so helpful!!!!
Hummingbird nectar, I also wonder if it can be used for blanching veggies.
This would be perfect for small batch jam!
This would be awesome, I use a canner a lot but while I am canning I would be able to process pickles too!!!
I would use this pit for canning and asparagus. Live it.
TO CAN MY JALEPENOES IN MY TINY HOME ON WHEELS 🙂
Jam/Jelly just to start. I may even use it as a blancher. Possibilities are endless!
I could think of a bunch of things I would use this for. Canning, sauces, soup! Ty for the great giveaway!
I would try it for canning, and definitely for steaming veggies!
Small batch jams ala Preserving by the Pint
Wow this pot looks fun, I would love to have this for just canning a few jars. Love to can my left overs so they don’t go to waste.
Thank you for offering this giveaway 🙂
If I win I will use this post for canning, dying wool and any other idea that comes to me.
I would love to have that for when I am canning. Looks awesome!
What a wonderful pan
I would use it for everything!!!
I can see using this everyday for so many things. Steaming, boiled eggs ( my grandkids love these). Cooking new potatoes with peas – there is just no end to the possibilities.
Looks like something I’d love to have
I can see a lot of uses for this.
This is perfect for small batches of jam!
The iced concentrate looks like a nice idea. Are these compatible with induction ranges?
Yes, the Fourth Burner pot works with induction ranges.
I could use one of these
Probably will use it for small batch canning. The weather has been strange where I live (not California bad, but stranger), so I don’t see myself canning as many batches this year.
If I win this one, I would use it in the kitchen for everything you mentioned and then some! I own one of these but bought it to make cosmetics, so it has never graced my kitchen.
i can’t wait to start canning!
this looks like I need to try this , I have only been canning for 3 years, but I like trying anything that’s has to do with canning.
This looks amazing.
Gonna use the pot for canning
I would can our organic tomatoes.
I am just beginning my new adventure of learning how to can. I am so excited, but definitely want to build my supply with high quality items from the start. I have yet to purchase a pot…Winning this would help head me in the right direction!!
I like the idea of using it for brine. I’m planning on making pickles soon anyway.
Love this design! Looks great for all kinds of uses….like boiling a few ears of fresh from the garden corn!! and a small batch of hot water bathing…
I would definitely use it for canning, for both prepping food and as a water bath canner. I would also use it to cook asparagus.
Since I’m new to canning, I would use it to test my skills in small batches of water bath canning.
this is very cool, and a hand too in kitchen, for canning or perhaps pasta
This would be perfect for creating test batches for new recipe ideas!
This would change my life!
If I won this pot it would probably stay on the back burner of my stove. It looks versatile enough to use for hheating water , soups, leftovers,and canning.
steaming veggies and heating brine for canning pickles!
I would use my 4th burner pot for tons of canning. For parboiling tomatoes to peel. For grapes. For canning jelly. And for steaming vegetables to eat. The uses are limitless.
WOW!! A better question would probably be – tell us some things you could not use the Fourth Burner pot for!! LOL It has endless possibilities! I definitely would put it to good use canning. But the steamer basket makes it great for vegetables – and great for blanching. The ideas are endless!!
This would be awesome for small batches of all kinds of things and testing recipes
Soup and many other things.
I would love this for small batch pickle making.
I would use this for all sorts of things, like vegies, making cowboy coffee, or tea, endless ideas…
I would get this amazing, 4th burner pot. Who’d a thunk it?
I love canning and enjoy sharing my canned goods with others all year. I have a large garden and can as much as possible.
These look so useful! I can think of so many ways to use it and so many things it could replace in my kitchen. A must have!
i looooove this pot! I have never seen this before. I MUST have one!!! Ha!
I would use this for small batch canning. It’s just my husband and I and I preserve whatever is in season throughout the year.
What an awesome product! Takes up little space on an already-crowded stove but is so functional and useful! Thanks for the great giveaway! 🙂
would love to try this for small batch canning! : )
What an awesome product! Takes up little space on an already-crowded stove but is so functional and useful! I would use it for asparagus, for sure. Thanks for the great giveaway! 🙂
If I won I would use it to purchase the the new 4th burner pan .
What a great tool for the kitchen ! I would love to make use of it this canning season 🙂
Wow. It looks like the prefect size for asparagus!
I do a lot of small batch jams. This pot would be perfect
What a great idea. Can’t wait to win this pot!
I want and need this desperately!!!!
I think I would use this for blanching small amounts of veggies that I get from my garden.
as a tea kettle, or canning
I would love to use it for preserving, but would be great for steaming all the yummy asparagus right now!! Thank you!
use it for canning and steaming
Would be so handy when canning and you just have a couple jars left you wouldn’t need to use your large canner! very handy!!
I see a small batch of water canning when I just have a jar or two. I also see a steamer, boiler, and easy to access broth warmer that I can dip into to add to my other dishes.
I would love this since I do a lot of pickles and jams during the season. I love that it can fit small batch of jam in there at a time and a rack to place inside.
First I would use the Fourth Burner Pot for pickles – then I might make some tea. 🙂
I can think of SO many ways I could use this pot!! I steam most of my vegetables and it’s such a pain to try to dump out the water without the veggies going down the drain. 🙂
I’d use it for tea and steaming vegetables, but also for heating up pickling liquid. Sounds handy!
I would live to have this for pickles. I have quite a few cucumbers almost ready. Love this
What could you not use it for? It seems like a great multipurpose pot.
Would love experiment with all the possible uses for this pot. Some of which have already been mentioned so I don’t know where to start……!!
I would use this to blanch food.
Looks like an awesome pot!
How fun! I often can a jar or two as I go during garden harvest time. It’s the perfect size!
I would use it for everything! Steaming vegetables in it sounds like a great idea in particular.
I love my pot! But can always use a second one, or I might gift it!
The possibilities are endless…but I like the pickle idea. I make several varieties each summer.
This little pot is so fantastic and would be my go to for small batch canning.
I would love to learn how to start canning and preserving summer foods. I need to pick up the basic equipment soon.
I am loving this pot design. It would be perfect for another hobby of mine which is canning. Am I the only one that starting planning on what to use this work of art for?? LOL 🙂
I would use mainly for pickles- growing my own pickling cucumbers this year! I have a small space and this would help in being able to pour the brine right from the pot!
I really want to give home canning a try, but I’m hesitant to invest a lot of money into supplies if I don’t know if I will have time to do it enough. I would love to win this to have a go at a few small batches at first to see if I want to put more money into the hobby!
I would love to win this pot. I can lots of pickles. It would be great for that, as well as many things.
Would love to try this pot!!
What a great pot. So many uses but my favorite would be to cook asparagus. I have wanted an asparagus cooker for years.
I would use it for pasta and canning!
I’d use it for canning plum jam!
As a newbie to canning this year I’m learning a lot from this website. First try with pickles yesterday was successful but this awesome pot would help it to go a lot better. I’m still learning and getting my pots and supplies together because after yesterday’s success I love canning. Thank you and please keep the information and emails coming.
Small batch canning – our CSA boxes have peaches, nectarines and blueberries, with more to come.
I would really love to win this.
Would use this for jams and jelly.
I’d use it for small batch canning and boiling smaller amounts when I don’t need to use one of the larger burners and heat up the whole kitchen.
With my garden starting to produce, I think it would be such a great green bean steamer! Or for some small batch canning of summer fruit.
I would love this pot to cook 250 jars of jam for my daughters wedding in October!
I think I would go with brine solutions… or small batch canning!
Love – love – love this pot! Can’t wait to use it for small batch canning!
I would use it for stock, pasta, soup, rice, broccoli…I could go on! 🙂
I would use the 4th burner pot to can and cook so many amazing things!
I’d love to use it for canning
With my limited kitchen space, I always appreciate multi-use equipment!
I would love this for small batch canning. It would be amazing for hard boiled eggs.
It looks like a great pot and it would be well used.
I live in a big community of nuns! There is no end to what we would do with this great pot. Steam veggies, yes, cook pasta. Soup, definitely. Pickles? Maybe? It sure would get a lot of use!
Baby bottles and pickles.
I can think of many ways I could make use of this pot! Cooking veggies for canning; cooking small amount of pasta; in addition to boiling water…… and I am sure I can find more ways to use it when I own one!
Oh, cool! Perfect for just a few jars of jam at a time.
What a great looking little cooker. Asparagus……………ummmmm. Pickles……….ditto!
I think it would be great for blanching my tomato’s.
For small batches of pickles all summer long.
I am starting my own sauce business and this would help a TON!!! My kitchen is only so big so I can only do so much at one time. Please let me have it!!!
I’d use it to make tea, small batch preserves… SO many uses!
I would use this to make syrup
I would like to use it for blanching peaches
My daughter is doing canning this year in 4H so it would work great for her to use!
I have been waiting for three years to harvest my own asparagus – I think this pot would be the perfect way to cook it when it is finally ready!
I would use it for small-batch canning – not too much time for large batches with my kids home for summer!
I am a fiber artist. When I dye fabric, the bundles have to be simmered or steamed, sometimes for several hours. I can’t begin to tell you how useful this pot would be!
Large shape pasta, blanching vegetables, boiling eggs, reheating food pouches, soups, sauces, the possibilities are endless!
great for canning
it would be just in time for blueberry jelly making
I love the idea of using this for small batch canning. I have a huge Presto pressure canner that I have to lug off of my kitchen shelves, and it takes so much water to get it over the tops of small jars. This would be great for the few jellies I process with leftovers.
This looks like a great pot for corn or asparagus. Also looks great for easily filing jars with brine!
I didn’t know you could stack the half pint jars for a water bath. Now I need one of the Fourth Burner Pots. They would be great to use when you have just one or a few jars too many for the big canner! I need one of these!
That looks cool.
This would be great for preserving veggies!
I would get a great deal of use out of this pot for small batch canning the veggies just about to go bad!
I am not sure what I would use it for, but I am sure I could find something! What a neat little pot!
It’s not just that I could envision using it most every day, the small footprint makes it a cinch to store!
I would use for small, l batch jam batches
I would have to try canning with this!
I’d use it for small batch canning and heating up water for iced tea.
would work great on the smaller burner on my stove! Be nice for many things!
I have a really small kitchen. This is such a great idea, multipurpose without taking up a lot of storage footprint!
I would use it for small batch canning-I have a TON of half pint elite jars AND kerr wide mouth half pint jars, both of which fit this pot (3 and 2, respectively). I would also use it for brine for pickles and pickled eggs (and to boil the eggs too) and of course to steam veggies for dinner! The possibilities are nearly endless with this multi pot!
I would love to win this pot, canning tomatoes
For small batch salsa canning!
perfect for small batch canning
I would love to try some small batch gourmet canning!
The Fourth Burner Pot would be used everyday in our house. We make iced tea everyday. I’d be honored to have one in our home. Thanks for being a great company.
The possibilities are endless…..jams, pickles, soups, canning..etc, etc…
I love the fourth burner pot – what a great idea. I would use it in multiple ways but especially would be handy because I usually do “small batch” canning and it is always a pain to get out all the big pots for just a few small jars.
for caning tomatos
Ahhhhh……..the 4th burner pot for my 5-burner stove! Perfect for my many canning projects!
The Fourth Burner Pot looks like an awesome product. I garden and grow fruits, so this would be an ideal tool for canning!
I would love this for small batches as fruit becomes ripe off of trees and as veggies go ripe without the need of getting the big pots out!
This pot has a bunch of great uses, but I would especially be looking forward to next Spring for fresh asparagus to can in the tall jars I can’t use in my regular canner because it isn’t tall enough 🙂
looks perfect to steam asparagus and love the idea of heating brine or simple syrup for canning!
canning and cheese!!!!
I am new to canning, Jams and pickles. Cooking asparagus, not having to cut them to cook them, okra also cooking whole. They would be awesome to can. The $50.00 would be awesome to get items I would need to can. I am excited. YUM
Love this pot! I make tiny batches of jam all the time, and boy would this be perfectly handy!
This would be excellent for my cooking and canning situation. Perfect!
i would use to keep extra water heated, to make brine for fridge pickling, steaming vegies like spargras and corn on cob. and many other reasons to have this sweet pot
I have been lusting after this pot for months, and would be ecstatic if I won. I’d use it for making brine for pickles of many sorts, for processing small batches of jars, and for cooking fresh produce from the farmers market.
Tea pot and small batch canning!
For cooking and small batch canning.
I think I would find a different way to use this pot every day!
This looks perfect for all the one-off jars of pickled things and jams that I don’t have room for in the fridge, as well as small-batches of syrups and sauces. I would be dangerous if I had this (well, to the stability of my already sagging pantry shelves).
I would totally use that pot every single day and ditch my old stainless tea kettle with the broken handle.
Really neat pot!!
Do lots of canning so I would definitely use this pot. I love the handles!
I would use it for canning small amounts and for blanching veggies for the freezer
I am getting ready to launch a line of specialty gourmet peanut sauces, so I’d use the money for glass jars!!
I would can pickled beets! love them
What a great idea, quick vegy steam, perfect for a couple of lobster tails.
I’ve never seen one before! Would love to try it out in my canning.
I like the idea of a smaller pot to can small batches to save water and heat. I have ben wanting to try pickles
This would come in handy while we are camping.
I would use it for canning small batches and steaming vegetables.
Wow! This is the cutest thing ever! I can think of many ways to use this little pot!
This would be an awesome addition to my canning supplies! It could process a small amount – would be great for cooking large pasta (rigatoni/shells) without taking up a lot of space on the stove.
I have a small apt. and this would be ideal to canning.
I might try stacking during water baths!
Steam my asparagus.
I want a fourth burner pot!
I would buy some jars to give my sister in law for her strawberry preserves. She could use some pretty nice jars instead of the old boring Kerr or Ball canning jars. I’d like to surprise her.
Hoping to get some jars for my granddaughter. She is just learning to cook and she would enjoy gifting people some of her sauces and condiments for Christmas presents so…
Looks awesome. It will definitely help with all my canning.
Canning always seems to be an all-day process that requires a minimum of a bushel of produce before you can begin. With the 4th burner pot I could can one or two jars if I find something on sale and can’t eat it right away. Great idea!
I would love to try some small batch canning, perhaps a nice batch of jam to start off with!
Sauces, hibiscus tea, and of course processing small batches of jams.
so need this…I would love to star pressuring my berry harvest.
I would definitely use this to make pickles and tea!
I would use it as a small batch canner and for steaming asparagus.
I love it and would love to have it for small batch canning and for cooking. I can imagine it getting a lot of use in my kitchen.
I love this pot. Perfect for one person.
I would use it heat water up, make gravy, small batch canning, small group cooking, blanching veggies. It’s and everything pot! 🙂
I love the versatility of the Fourth Burner Pot…I might even try my hand at canning since it can be done in small batches.
Awesome giveaway! Can be used for so many different cooking applications.
I would ma a sma batch of lemon curd and also use I to keep Ayer warm for canner and lids..!
I do a lot of small batch canning (we live in an apartment and I garden in pots), this would be perfect!!!
Love this pot! And it’s versatility!
Sounds like it has many uses….. Nice to have the spout on it!!!
This would be perfect to fit in with 2 big canners on my stove!
I would buy glass containers for daughter’s baby shower.
I never seem to have enough room on my stovetop so this pot seems like the perfect size to squeeze in behind the big canner!
I would love to use this for small batch canning.
I saw Marisa McClellan use hers in IL at a Demonstration . I thought how amazing it would be for me to have one of theses to use. I have two cherry trees and I already have a lot of frozen cherries from last year in the freezer . I am working three part time jobs this year because I have to and my time is very Limited, I like the idea that I can make small batches at a time, if I were to win one of your pots it would be so so helpful to my family. As you know just pitting the cherries is a lot for time and work. I hope to win!
this looks so neat! I hope I win@
how cool is this?! I’d use it for canning and asparagus and whatever else i can think of
I would love to use this for pickle brine or veggie liquid and stocks!
In a tiny apartment kitchen, (small) size really matters! This would make small batch canning so much easier!
Use it for raspberry jam!
This would be perfect for doing small batches of fruit sauce any time I have leftover fruit.
Canning and steaming asparagus. I love me some steamed asparagus!
I’ve just started making Kombucha and would love to use this little pot for brewing tea and then pouring it right into my Kombucha jar. Of course I would also use it for canning as suggested on https://foodinjars.com/
i think this is a great little pot i would try it with corn on the cob
I’d use it for canning small batches of jam and, probably even more often, for boiling water/blanching vegetables for side dishes when I’m already using the front burners for other things. (I run into that problem a lot!)
Love that it has a spout!
I’m trying to eat healthier these days – perfect for steaming vegetables, as well as of course for canning. Maybe fireweed jelly later on in the summer.
Brilliant… perfect for smaller batches!
What a versatile little pot for any kitchen!
Looks great, I have some cucumbers that I need to pickle!
My stove burners are super close together, and this pot would be perfect for brine & small batches of canning.
I am going to try to make smaller batches of jam this summer and the 4th burner pot would be a great mini canner!
I would use it to can small batches from my garden.
I would use the 4th burner pot for heating brine and boiling eggs for deviled-eggs
What a great pot! I would definitely use it for canning. And maybe for cooking asparagus.
I would love to try this. I did not know that you could stack when canning and would like to try this to see for myself that it truly works. Thanks.
I love the idea of using the brine for my pickle brine. It also will fit perfectly on the corner burner of my 5-burner cooktop.
I would choose very carefully!
I would use it for heating sauces and small batch canning.
I’d keep this and let my boyfriend use my old pouring pot– so he can help make candles!!! 😉
Thanks for this giveaway- love Fillmore Container, and I’m really excited for a new option in pouring pots. Equipment is SOOOOOOOOO essential.
Good luck to all who enter
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I’d love to try small batch canning! I’m used to the all day production of my giant pressure cooker and that sometimes stops me from doing it.
The summer tea concentrate sounds good. I go through two quarts a day.
I would love to use this for pickle brine. No more ladling!
I have a back injury -traditional canners are too heavy. We grow berries in our small yard.
I would use this pot to make gifts of jams in small batches for http://www.safe-families.org.
host families of crises families & children
I know this would awesome for steaming asparagus and corn on the cob for 2
Cool pot! Would definitely use for steaming asparagus, as well as canning!
The possibilities are endless but it’s fresh berry jam season!
Jars, Jars, Jars…. I would put this toward lots and lots of jars of all sizes.. and a Fourth Burner Pot which would be perfect in my tiny kitchen.. I could actually start canning seasonal fruits from the farmers market a little each week. And, use it as my tea kettle in between. Great Idea!
I would use it for when I’m canning small amounts!
I would use the pot for canning mainly for canning small batches in small jars. But am also interested in trying it for other things as well.
I live in an apartment so I’m always looking for smaller versions of cook ware. This pot would be perfect!
This is the first time I’ve seen this 4th Burner Pot system and I’m extremely interested in learning more about it.
I would use this beautiful pot for all of my canning! Yay!
I love pickling veggies, so this would be perfect!!
This would be great for the canning season but also for the holidays where you need that extra!
This is the perfect little size for all of my needs. Heck, my husband would even use it!
Would really love this!
t would be very helpful to have a narrow vessel like this to keep boilng water at hand during canning.
I could use the little pot for so many things, including small batch canning and cooking
I would use the Fourth Burner Pot to get me off of Square One! I don’t have room or time to can in large batches. Thanks for an innovative product for those of us working in small spaces!
Small batches of jam!
My mom is really into cooking so this would be great for her.
This would be a great help for a small batch. Thanks for the giveaway!
Wow, as a single person, I would really use this for small batches. Fingers crossed!
I would love to win this pot, I saw a demo of it with the author of ” Food in Jars ” and was very impressed. Thanks for the chance to be able to win this great prize.
This seems like an extremely versatile pot, one I’d use in all the ways listed here.