OXO Good Grips Nylon Ladle
- Perfect for turning sausages or meatballs in a pan or holding meant and poultry steady for slicing
- Heat resistant to 400-degrees
- Sturdy nylon is safe for non-stick cookware
- Soft, comfortable grip
- Dishwasher safe
This super-efficient product is a continuing effort of OXO toward innovation and has been developed on Universal design concept. (This means product is used by both genders and people of different age groups). OXO identifies problems and inefficiencies of existing products and replaces them with ergonomically designed products, which provides enhanced comfort during use.
Highlights: Heat resistant up to 250 degree F max. Soft non-slip handle Black nylon Safe for non-stick cookware Perfect for serving soups and stews Dishwasher safe Bagged
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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
I was going through my utensils the other day and I thought, "I have all these tongs, but I don't have a single cooking fork."
So I came looking for one, but I couldn't find any. Which really ticked me off. Did you know that, if you search for "cooking fork," Amazon doesn't have any? Neither do those folks over at Google - you have to look for a BBQ fork just to get in the right section. You can forget about your local grocery, Target, Home Depot, or other department store. They have NONE! (Where did they all go?)
When I got to this section, I found all you cooking fork connoisseurs debating the fine points of stiffness vs. flexibility, the number and the spacing of tines, and judging them based upon the Bacon Scale (who knew there even was such a thing?). I just wanted a fork that was long enough to let me spear my food in a hot pan without burning my fingers.
So I just ordered this Oxo, cause it's a name I know. I don't know if it's any better or worse than any other cooking fork out there. But when I took this bad boy out of the package and used it for the first time, I said "This is what's been missing from my kitchen all these years!" I could see my mother, my aunts, and both grandmothers at their stoves, forks in hand. I could envision the first cave woman who tied a couple of sticks together to make herself a cooking fork, because one HAD to be made! And I knew I had made the right decision and I am so happy with my new cooking fork! Just jump in and get yourself one - you know you want it.