Looking like someone repurposed the dreaded cone of shame that you see on dogs after they visit the vet, the Frywall is actually a silicone apparatus designed to help prevent hot oil splatter from reaching your stove, and save you some time and cleaning effort. While it might seem that it could get in the way of your cooking efforts, know that it’s only semi-rigid and can be deformed somewhat if you need to get a spatula in there at an angle. The silicone construction means it can withstand heats up to 450F, which should be enough considering oil starts to smoke around 400F and deep frying is done at 350F. It also collapses down flat for easy storage. It’s $22 and $29, for the 10″ and 12″ versions, respectively.