Japanese Stainless Steel Spatula
Easy does it.
The humble spatula is one of our favorite tools, and this stainless-steel version is no exception. Made in Japan for any job that requires flipping, scraping, or sauteing, this design bends easily for the best scraping and flipping action in town. Wanna give it a spin? These scrambled egg grilled cheese sandwiches are a good place to start. And when you’re through, the spatula pops into the dishwasher (and you can hang it within easy reach using that little perforation in the handle).
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