It physically pains me to watch friends and family struggle with enormous stainless steel spatulas in the kitchen. Try as you might, 24 inches of unbending steel isn’t the ideal method for turning food in the home (use it on the grill exclusively). Instead, get one of these dirt cheap kitsch-y silicone ones from Brooklyn-based GIR (short for “Get it Right”).
You lose nothing but a bit of kitchen aesthetic in switching from steel to the GIR (hide it in a drawer), and you gain a tool that bends around the contours of the pans you cook with, is far more heat-resistant than steel, cleans easier than steel and has a manufacturer’s 100 percent lifetime guarantee. The spatula is a one piece design, too, meaning there are no nooks or crannies for water or food particles to hide in. And yes, it’s dishwasher-safe.
GIR spatulas are usually sold anywhere from $18 to $25, but today loads of color options are available for $11 on Amazon.
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