Say goodbye to crowded drawers overflowing with spoons, spatulas, whisks and cooking-utensils galore. Meet the greatest kitchen tools you never knew you were missing. Tried-and-true, and deeply rooted in tradition, these 15th-century kitchen staples do just about everything, allowing you to stir, scoop, smash, scrape and serve. Their special curved design gets in every last nook and cranny of your pots and pans, easily accessing edges and hard-to-reach areas. Stir sauces, soups, and stews, or gently fold cake or souffle batter without deflating it. Spread peanut butter or mayo on sandwiches. Easily crush tomatoes for sauce, or avocados for guacamole. Ice cakes to smooth perfection, or cut and serve casseroles like lasagna, baked ziti, and frittatas. Use the medium slotted spurtle to whisk eggs, strain pasta, or sift flour and dry ingredients. Effortlessly scour every last bit of jam, or pesto from your food processor with the handy skinny spurtle that fits into narrow jars and smaller containers. Made of sustainable teak wood, each piece is one-of-a-kind, with every spurtle marked by nature’s unique thumbprint. The spurtle handles are ergonomically designed for comfort and grip, while the gentle teak wood will not scratch or damage your cookware. The spurtles’ attractive look makes them a great addition to your table, functioning also as elegant serving pieces.
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