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GUEST,ragdall BS: How Many Spatulas Do YOU Own??? (325* d) RE: BS: How Many Spatulas Do YOU Own??? 31 Jan 05


  • four rubbery bowl scraping spatulas
    Three are smallish.

    The other has an extra long handle and a large strurdy blade. It is known as the listening stick, because when I hold it children listen. Rattling the drawer in which it resides has been known to effect vast improvements in the behaviour of young boys.

  • two small slotted tefflon-coating-safe spatulas for lifting or turning things that are hot

  • one large slotted tefflon-coating-safe spatula for lifting or turning things that are hot

  • two small metal-bladed spatulas for lifting or turning things that are hot

  • one large metal-bladed spatula for lifting or turning things that are hot, with an extra long handle for using on the barbeque

  • another one large metal-bladed spatula for lifting or turning things that are hot, with an extra long handle for using on the barbeque. This one was a gift. It has a very sharp cutting edge on one side that scares me so much I get goosebumps, just by looking at it, so it stays tucked away on a high shelf.

  • two wooden spatulas for stirring/scraping hot semi-solids. One is well used, mostly for making Rice Krispies Squares, The other is in mint condition and has "for candy making" printed on it in indelible ink. Looks as if I don't make much candy, huh?


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