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This Genius Tool Prevents Your Fish From Breaking into a Million Pieces

Eat It Up, where we share the kitchen gadgets and foods that we can’t cook without.


The case of expectation versus reality hits us hard when it comes to spatulas. Picture this: You triumphantly go in with your spatula to flip a salmon filet. You think its sear will be restaurant-worthy and perhaps land you on Top Chef, but then record-screech — your spatula gets caught. You try to scrape up the fish from the bottom of the pan and flip it again, but it’s too late. You splatter the flaky bits everywhere in the process. Looks like we’re having stir-fried fish tonight, folks.

Your kitchen tools, AKA spatula, may be to blame for this unfortunate but all-too-common occurrence, but we have found an easy solution for you thanks to Chris Kimball, of Milk Street and previously of America’s Test Kitchen. He has teamed up with Kuhn Rikon to create a kitchen collection we’re *very* much into with the highlight being this insanely thin and easy to use SoftEdge Quick Turn Spatula ($20). After you read all about it, you may find your current spatula is not cutting it…

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(Photo via Ruhn Rikon)

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This Genius Tool Prevents Your Fish From Breaking into a Million Pieces

Eat It Up, where we share the kitchen gadgets and foods that we can’t cook without.


The case of expectation versus reality hits us hard when it comes to spatulas. Picture this: You triumphantly go in with your spatula to flip a salmon filet. You think its sear will be restaurant-worthy and perhaps land you on Top Chef, but then record-screech — your spatula gets caught. You try to scrape up the fish from the bottom of the pan and flip it again, but it’s too late. You splatter the flaky bits everywhere in the process. Looks like we’re having stir-fried fish tonight, folks.

Your kitchen tools, AKA spatula, may be to blame for this unfortunate but all-too-common occurrence, but we have found an easy solution for you thanks to Chris Kimball, of Milk Street and previously of America’s Test Kitchen. He has teamed up with Kuhn Rikon to create a kitchen collection we’re *very* much into with the highlight being this insanely thin and easy to use SoftEdge Quick Turn Spatula ($20). After you read all about it, you may find your current spatula is not cutting it…

Follow Brit + Co on Pinterest for more tools of the trade.

(Photo via Ruhn Rikon)

Category: Cookware Pans  Tags: ,  Comments off
You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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