Brass Colander Ladle
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Primo pasta pal.
Coax your pasta out of its boiling water at that perfectly al-dente moment with this brass colander ladle. The shallow-angled handle (with a hooked end for hanging) makes scooping and skimming a cinch, and the perforated, roomy basket will have your pasta out in just a couple scoops. Not one to be pigeon-holed, this ladle is also useful for retrieving blanched veggies before an ice bath or rescuing a bouquet garni from a finished soup.
Photography by Rocky Luten and Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
Lead-free solid brass
15.5” L x 3.9” W, scoop is 4” in diameter x 2” H
Care & Notes -
Hand wash with soap and water. Brass may tarnish and patina over time, but can be polished to restore shine.
Meet the Maker
Sir Madam trawls flea markets for the most interesting kitchenware in order to remake and reissue the best pieces for 21st-century use. Their focus is designing timeless pieces for modern, eclectic domestic spaces.View Full Profile
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