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Métier Atelier D-0047 AKTMTR0006 Kitchen, Small, Ladle
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- High quality 18/10 stainless steel (mirror finish)
- Ergonomic Hollow handle provides a comfortable grip while keeping your hand cool
- Seamless design for easy cleaning, dishwasher safe
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Essential kitchen tool for stirring and serving soups ergonomic and hollow handles for comfortable grip and heat insulation seamless tools with ergonomic hollow handle for heat insulation and easy cleaning large hang hole on tool head for hanging storage available in 2 sizes for different needs part of the baton kitchen tool series.
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And about that drip-free sprout---I didn't expect it to work half as well as it does. As long as you bring it upright in a clean, crisp movement, it will never drip.
Update (2014): I still love this product. I have purchased several for family and friends, and it is universally adored.
I have no such complaints with this. It is very easy to control the rate, from a fine drizzle to a thick pour. It is easy to assess how much to fill it because you can see inside of it. And the cap fits very snugly and doesn't leak. The fluting on the nozzle facilitates dripless pouring as well. I do wish it was a little bigger, like 3/4 qt instead of 1/2 qt. I had a feeling that the full qt size version would have been unwieldy so I got the smaller one, but immediately upon receipt of the smaller one I was feeling like having something slightly more substantial would have been preferable.
I think its physical appearance is the best part though. I'm sure I'll go through quite a number of magic erasers keeping it clean and shiny but it looks great on my countertop next to the stove. I was always slightly embarrassed of the postmodern crockery of the rachael ray dispenser, it looked vaguely like a bedpan or something else a little more risque. This looks like it belongs in a kitchen and not a bathroom.