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- 7" bowl diameter
- Earth-friendly bamboo handles stay cool to the touch
- Hand wash recommended
- Stainless steel bowl won't rust
- Perfect for scooping foods out of f hot oil, boiling water, or broth
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Joyce Chen opened her first restaurant in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1958. She found that the selection and quality of Chinese cookware in America didn't live up to her high standards… so she developed her own. Today, Joyce Chen Products sources from all over the Pacific Rim to bring the best of Asia to you. This 7" stainless strainer is a handy little kitchen addition. Its generous bowl will allow you to scoop wontons or dumplings with ease. Bamboo handles stay cool to the touch and look great
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My problem is that the ends of the wires wrapped around the outer ring stick out and were not wrapped flush. I discovered this by trying to hand wash the strainer - it shredded the sponge I used. Forget about wiping dry with a towel as it'll be snagged by the wires. The only practical way to hand wash is to swish in soapy water and air dry.
I spent a few minutes with a needle nose pliers in an attempt to bend the ends around so they don't snag so readily, but it still is a problem. I guess this strainer will be 'dishwasher only' for me.
O.K. for the price, but be aware of the wires...
It *IS* quite large, such that it may not fit in drawers very easily. So if you don't think you'll need a substantial one, the 5 inch size might be fine for you. However, this guy is barely any more money than its 5 inch counterpart, and I didn't want to regret it and buy the small one and find out that the bigger one might have been a better idea to get. Just whip out a ruler and get an idea of the difference between 5 and 7 inches to make the determination for yourself.
I wouldn't recommend this only because it's part of the "Joyce Chen" line. If you read my review of the item "Joyce Chen 33-2029, Burnished Bamboo 5-Piece Utensil Set", you will understand why.
This "spider" is just the right size for virtually any straining job. The metal is high quality, performs well and has not shown signs of rust. The handle is wooden which means that it doesn't conduct heat well, making it safe to handle. I thought that the wooden handle would come loose from the metal, but it is well attached.
My only problem with this is cleaning: the wood doesn't fare well in the dish washer so I hand wash it. Also, food can get lodged between the metal and wood and can need special attention.
However, all in all this item works great, certainly better than the all-metal spiders which tend to be made of inferior materials. I'm glad I got this one.
As for the product itself - 5 star quality, build. Looks great, works great, and a great price. A must-buy if there ever was one!