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a turner with a narrow flexible blade

a hand tool with a thin flexible blade used to mix or spread soft substances

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The Spatularium is the brainchild of Tim Foxall, a designer who creates handmade spatulas with a difference, with almost 50 different spatulas including Count Spatula and his bride, Nessie the Monster, Spatulasaurus and the Spatula of Liberty.
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HKA's new Professional Quality Silicone Spatula and Whisk Set includes four silicone and stainless steel, heat-resistant tools, including a large red spatula (10.
Bacon butterscotch INGREDIENTS * 12 oz of bacon, cooked crispy and crumbled, rendered fat reserved * 8 tbsp unsalted butter, melted * 2 cups sugar * 2 tbsp vanilla extract * 11/2 tsp sea salt * 1/4 cup water Makes 11/2 pounds EQUIPMENT * 13" x 18" rimmed baking sheet, generously buttered * candy thermometer * whisk * heatproof spatula HOW TO MAKE IT 1.
Use a stainless steel spatula with a perfectly fiat edge and rounded corners.
Here are some tips: Use the right size spatula for the job.
The pounds 1,100 spatula is being watched by military radars at 20 sites worldwide as it hurtles at 25 times the speed of sound towards Earth, orbiting the planet every 90 minutes.
SiliconeZone combined two hot materials, bamboo and silicone, in a new line of kitchen spatulas and cooking spoons.
Imagine no mixing bowls and spatulas to clean up after taking a preliminary impression.
When spatulas are used the cells are spread onto a glass slide.
Spatulas and oven mitts are indispensable kitchen tools now available with technologically advanced silicone.
The programme had been failing in Nigeria because of poor quality spatulas.
You can use a wide metal spatula to scramble eggs, but the ideal tool is one of the new flexible silicone spatulas (see above), which push the eggs smoothly away from the pan bottom and sides.