Bacon Spatula

SPATULA series

Bacon Spatula

Availability: In stock

$16.95

When Julius Caesar landed in Britain in 55 BC, he brought his own bacon.

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  • LENGTH:

    11.0 in (27.8 cm)
  • WIDTH:

    1.93 in (4.9 cm) at blade
  • WEIGHT:

    3.2 oz (91 g)
  • HEAT RESISTANCE:

    550°F (290°C)
  • HEAT PROOF:

    464°F (240°C)
  • durable-unibody-design
  • heat-resistant
  • dishwasher-safe
  • eco-friendly-bpa-and-bps-free
  • antimicrobial-odor-resistant
  • pharmaceutical-grade-fda-approved
  • patent-pending
  • lifetime-guarantee
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    June 12, 2014
    Best EVER
    Wendy Whatley
    I can hardly believe I found one of these on eBay not knowing about the history. I had had a similar one, but the metal stem popped thru while folding in in a thick sticky cookie dough. So crushed as I couldn't remember where I had gotten it. Thus started a search for a spatula that wouldn't poke thru. Hate the ones on sticks that don't clean up well. Or worse, the ones that actually come off (while mixing, of course).
    I was amazed when it arrived. It is the exact same shape as the one I had, but a bit smaller and easier to hold. But the flexibility of the whole thing, the sturdiness, the totality of its scraping ability, I could go on.
    I mix lots of recipes by hand because they are too stiff for machines, and needed something that could stand up. I won't have to be endlessly buying crap now. I hope to pass these down to my kids when I am gone in about 40 yrs.
    One of THE best investments in kitchen equipment/tools you can make, you will use it all the time.
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Bacon Tidbit #1

The Saturday before Labor Day is International Bacon Day!

Bacon Tidbit #2

The first bacon cologne was created in 1920 by a Parisian butcher named John Fargginay.