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Amco's stainless steel Scoop Colander is the kind of tool that you buy for one job and find yourself wondering how you ever lived without it. From scooping fried food out of hot oil to scooping rice, vegetables or beans for serving, you'll find yourself reaching for this tool again and again. Its unique squared-off shape lets you get into corners, and the long handle keeps your hands safely away from the heat source. Handle end is pierced for hanging.
This unique scoop colander is made especially for retrieving pasta, vegetables, and the like from deep stockpots. The extra-long handle keeps hands away from hot, steamy water, and the colander is designed to rest on a pot's lips, allowing excess liquid to drain. For those using a more typical 6-quart pot, try removing spaghetti or potatoes right on the stove, rather than hauling the pot to the sink and leaning back to avoid the rush of steam. It's also a great tool for removing homemade bagels from boiling water or fresh donuts from hot oil. --Dana Van Nest
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Great tool for scooping grain from a mash tun to do decoction mashing! The holes are small enough to keep the grain in for thick decoctions, the handle is rigid enough to take the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stephen Stanley
This scoop is large and good for noodles or straining but it's kind of hard to find a place for if you don't have someplace in your kitchen to hang things. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Benjamin C. Kite
This is a monster colander, but good for just about anything. It's great for getting deep-fry, good for straining a pound of pasta, good for just about anything. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Nichols
Wow, wow, and wow! This is a wonderful addition to my kitchen tools! I am soo impressed with the quality of this product and look forward to many years of use! Great Product!Published 6 months ago by Lucy