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Toddler Girl Sweet Letter Print Pullovers
Toddler Girl Sweet Letter Print Pullovers Review
L. Cloninger: My wife thought this might make it easier for her to mix ingredients and she was right, as she often is.
Linda from N.Y. farm country: I have really used this easy to grip nice length fork a lot since it arrived. Since I cook in cast iron its can be used in the pan with with no fears of scratching. It has mixed up meatloaf with no bending of the tines, whipped eggs and mixed batters really endless uses. I am cutting down on my kitchen utensils, this study fork now stays in easy reach.
mamaheel5: Finally found something that works to break up and brown ground beef! Although not actually a fork, this tool is strong enough to do the job without bending out of shape, and actually works faster and easier than the old, truly sturdy, 3 tine granny fork. I had a 3 tine cooking fork for over 25 years that I used for everything, until the handle broke, and since it wasn't full tang, I couldn't replace the handle. I've searched for years for another 3 tine fork, but the ones I've found just aren't made like they used to be. They work fine for turning light-weight meat or testing potatoes, but try to break up and brown ground beef and they'll bend, tines and tang! This tool is strong, but has just enough flex to manipulate well. The tines look odd because they are made slightly offset, but the shape makes them work more efficiently. Just got the granny fork yesterday, and after one use I was very impressed with it. I can see already that I will be using it for a lot more than just browning ground beef. I'd give this tool 10 stars because it is made to last!
Mee "Mee2": This Norpro Grip-EZ Granny Fork is a very handy kitchen tool to have. My only idea of a "Granny Fork" was a small 3 pronged cooking fork with a wooden handle but this is NOT one of those. I had never heard of the old "Foley Fork" that this item replaces until recently when I had seen Mz. Julia using the old "Foley Fork" on some of her Cooking DVDs- so I decided to find one and give it a try. The Foley's are no longer made and this is the closest one can come to one now-a-days. This Norpro is very sturdy and well made. The long stainless steel handle and body are solid and the E-Z grip handle is comfortable in the hand. The fork is designed with uneven tongs,(so don't think it's defective upon arrival) which are perfect for mixing and flaking items such as Tuna or Salmon and for the initial stages of pastry dough. It works very well for shredding cooked beef or pork for hot sandwiches too. I am very happy with this unique mixing tool! It is one handy gadget that is swiftly becoming one of my favorite kitchen tools. Until I got it, I had no idea I needed it!
Mom of 4: After reading about it on a food blog, I bought this blending fork to bring my order total up to qualify for free shipping. It's turned out to be one of those tools I reach for constantly. It's particularly great for quick breads, muffins, or biscuits because it blends without over mixing. It's also good for mixing the kinds of hot cereals that are fond of forming lumps, like Cream of Wheat. My granny fork is still new, but appears to be solidly constructed, with a nice sturdy handle. Great use of 7 bucks!