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- Nylon Spaghetti Server lifts, portions and serves spaghetti, linguini and angel hair pasta
- Sturdy nylon is safe for non-stick cookware
- Heat resistant to 400°F
- Soft, comfortable grip
- Metal accents add style
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Spaghetti, fettuccine, and linguine can be easily doled out. This tool is heat resistant up to 400 degrees F, and will not scratch your non-stick cookware. Dishwasher safe.
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I bought one and liked the feel and overall design. So, I bought 2 more. Everything else seemed to be going to silicone, which doesn't work well as a spatula because they are either too thick and push the food around or are too thin and flimsy. I specifically bought this because it was "old school". Unfortunately, this one didn't hold up. It remains to be seen if the other 2 will hold up. They haven't melted yet. But, I am pretty sure they will now.
These melted areas didn't occur due to abuse. They just started appearing. What I mean, I didn't do anything that should have caused this. All I used it for was to turn eggs. I normally have good luck with OXO products. They dropped the ball on this product.
I did NOT receive this item free or at a discount
You can guess from the five stars, the Oxo spatula did a fine job. These are delicate fish cakes, and it's not uncommon for them to fall apart during cooking. A crude-edged spatula can make a mess of things. For me, cooking fish cakes, the edge was fine enough to do a stellar job, as good a job as the small metal spatula that I use for very gentle turning.
EDIT: Dec 2012: i measured it, this one is only 2 and 1/2 inches longer than the Calphalon brand, it just seems longer. However, this one is rated for up to 400degF; the Calphalon fork is only rated for 250degF, and the tips of the Calphalon's tines/points have begun to bend upwards. The Oxo is still in great shape though after months of regular use.
The 4 stars instead of 5 is due to a personal preference. The spoony part of the ladle is shallower than I prefer -- this ladle holds a 1/2 cup, when the farberware ladle I have (and like) has a 2/3 cup capacity.
1/19/2015 UPDATE: There's virtually no signs of wear on this ladle, after almost 2 years. That deserves an upgrade to 5 stars, in my book. (I like it enough to buy another one on clearance from Sears for $4.50).