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OXO Good Grips 3-Piece Stainless-Steel Mixing Bowl Set, White
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- 3-Piece Set includes 1.5-quart, 3-quart and 5-quart Stainless Steel Mixing Bowls
- 1.5-quart size ideal for whisking eggs or salad dressings, 3-quart size perfect for use with electric mixers, 5-quart size designed for doubling recipes, tossing salads and serving popcorn
- Stainless steel interiors won't retain odors or colors, white plastic exteriors shield hands from extreme heat
- Non-skid bottoms stabilize Bowls while mixing, even when tilted
- Perfect for chilling and marinating
- Bowls nest for compact storage, dishwasher safe
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|Item Dimensions||11.2 x 6.3 x 11.9 in||10.5 x 6.25 x 10.5 in||10.9 x 12.25 x 5.75 in||—||5.75 x 11.6 x 11.2 in||11 x 10.8 x 7.3 in|
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Mix dough, fold cake batter, whisk vinaigrette and do much more with the OXO Good Grips Stainless Steel Mixing Bowls. The 1.5-quart, 3-quart and 5-quart Bowls have non-slip bottoms for added stability while mixing, even on a tilt. The Bowls have a brushed stainless steel interior that retains temperature for chilling and marinating, plus a white plastic exterior to shield hands from extreme heat. The curved, corner-free interior allows for easy mixing and cleaning. The 1.5-quart size is convenient for whisking eggs or salad dressings, the 3-quart size has higher walls for use with electric mixers, and the 5-quart size is ideal for doubling recipes, mixing larger quantities, tossing salads and serving popcorn. The Mixing Bowls nest for compact storage and are dishwasher safe.
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* stainless steel
*handles that are an extension of the colander, rather than riveted or welded
*large enough for a full 16 oz box of spaghetti to drain in
*sturdy enough not to be dinged or cracked easily
Until I read the reviews, I was unsure what kind of base I wanted. I decided to go with the little feet at the base rather than a rim, because others had commented that while a ring at the base for the colander to stand on is perhaps sturdier and steadier, it also provides a place for boiling water to pool, giving the cook an opportunity to scald herself. I knew that if anyone in this whole world is clumsy enough to burn herself making spaghetti, that person is me. Hence, the little black feet.
I also looked at the colander sets. Do I need a nesting set of colanders? Not really. I don't drain rice; if you cook rice correctly, it doesn't need to be drained. This colander will be used for pasta and hard-boiled eggs, and that's all. (And if a cook purchases a whole set of colanders, she must also find a place to store them all. No.) I also looked at sizes, with 3 quart and 5 quart appearing most often. I realized I had NO IDEA what size my current colander--the broken plastic one--is. 3 quarts sounded pretty big to me, but then I realized that a whole box of cooked spaghetti, once drained, would probably not fit into a 3 quart saucepan, and so probably also not into a 3 quart colander; I ordered the 5 quart size instead. I am really glad; see the photos attached, which show this colander alongside my old plastic hunk of junk. This colander is actually a bit smaller than the previous one, but it works for us. I took it out of the package, ran it through the dishwasher to sanitize it, then made spaghetti with clam sauce for dinner. Ran it through the dishwasher again--bottom rack was fine--and put it away.
The decision was assisted by the brand name. OXO is a good middling brand, not too expensive and reasonably reliable. It's a little pricey, and that's the only reason no fifth star is included, but my hope is that having laid out the money, I won't have to buy another. Based on what I know from one use and two washings, I would buy this colander again.
1. As I have now seen mentioned in another review, the little black "feet" on the bottom are most definitely not "non-skid." If I have a pot full of past and water that I want to drain, if I "dump" the combination into the colander it slides across the bottom of my sink. The first time this happened I ending up pouring much of my pasta into the sink rather than the colander.
2. The colander "stainless steel" is a thinner gauge than I would prefer. When my colander arrived it had been packed with a few other items, and one of the four little black feet had been jammed up into the colander so that it was flush with the stainless steel exterior surface and a resulting bulge was protruding into the interior of the colander. I was able to "pop" it back out with my thumb, but there is a resulting imperfection visible on the interior of the colander.
I like putting one in the fridge or freezer before making whipped cream. Unlike my handmade ceramic bowls, I never have to worry about these getting cracks or chips. I love mine & use them so much that I bought a second set. They come in REALLY handy when you're doing multiple or large batches of cookies, pies, canning salsa, whatever. They're also great for when you're preparing large meals, need to thaw meat in something safe/non-porous. If you're half as active in the kitchen as I am, then just buy the darn things already!
Follow up: I contacted OXO about the issue and they are sending a replacement at no charge. Kudos to them for great customer service. Here's trusting the leaking was a fluke.
Second Follow up: Must have been a fluke. Second bowl has held up just fine.