Fish Turner with Walnut Handle
A kitchen classic.
Every well-equipped kitchen needs a fish turner, that spindly-looking tool whose cutouts make it extra lightweight and far less likely to damage delicate foods on the pan. This fish turner is also razor-thin, allowing it to slip right under tender fish skins, paper-thin crepes, and just-set eggs. The walnut handle adds a touch of natural color and has a good weight for balance, so you can be at the griddle all morning.
Photography by Ty Mecham & James Ransom
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