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The founder of Chef’n started out as a kid who loved Julia Child, then grew up to tinker with tools in the kitchen, eventually launching his business in Seattle’s Pike Place Market. Now, with over 30 years under their belt, Chef’n churns out innovative kitchen products that delight and inspire—they’re the kind of tools that make you want to try new recipes or revamp old standbys.View Full Profile
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Nice styling and works terrifically
This handled sweet potatoes without a hitch, keeping the stringy bits out of the whipped dish. Love it.
Verified PurchaseSubmitted on: 6/29/2020 Reviewed by: Jessica M. Option:
Yes to this ricer!!
I made egg salad and used this ricer. The eggs came out smooth and silky for my salad. Next up will be cauliflower rice and then mashed potatoes In the fall.
Verified PurchaseSubmitted on: 6/9/2020 Reviewed by: Dani Z. Option:
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