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Contrast Top And Shorts Athleisure Set For Toddlers And Kids
Contrast Top And Shorts Athleisure Set For Toddlers And Kids Review
KatCat: My husband is the cook in our house and he tells me what he needs in the kitchen. I like the old fashion wooden spoons when I make him cookies, etc. but these are exactly what he needs for everyday cooking. So glad they are heat resistant up to 500 degrees, don't have to worry about throwing them in the dishwasher. I could get used to these real fast! Good Value! thanks
Kate McMurry: This spatula is the first I ever owned made of silicone. It is marvelous for stirring hot food that tends to stick to the bottom of a pan. You don't have to worry about it melting. The tomato-red color is lovely, too, and the black handle very attractive.This makes a great Christmas, housewarming, or wedding shower gift!
katherine: I bought this thinking it would be better than all the cheap supermarket spoon/spatulas. It is worse - the head is not sealed to the handle and batter / food / grease / whatever gets in the slot where the head and handle connect and is impossible to get out - soaking, dishwasher on heat boost - nothing works. Also, 400 deg limit is iffy when using on the stove - 600 deg limit is much better. Mine curled a bit when used on the stove, but since it had a permanent reservoir of filth, I tossed it anyway. Better to splurge on the ones from Pampered Chef.
kayell: Pros:-Surprisingly affordable. I can't believe the money I've wasted on cheap spatulas that crack and break when I could have been using these.-Very comfortable to hold.-Heat resistant and dishwasher safe.Cons:-They take up too much space in my cooking utensil jar/container because the handles are so big. However, I wouldn't trade comfort for smaller handles. Guess I'll just need to get a bigger jar or find a new place to put these :)Depends on your preference:-They are quite stiff. I actually like that about them. I've used spatulas that were so floppy they would fold in on themselves when they ran into something thick (peanut butter jar, anyone?) and I don't have that problem with these.
Kit Franz "Kit Franz": I've bought several spatulas over the past 18 months trying to replace all of my old rubber ones which deteriorate with use. I couldn't find any small ones locally though, which I really need for scraping the sides and bottoms of various jars and small bowls. Since I have other Oxo products and love them, I thought I would try these. All I can say is that I love them! I bought two, one blueberry and this tomato one, and will be buying others soon. They wash beautifully in the dishwasher and haven't picked up odors as rubber ones sometimes did.