Tuesday, February 3, 2009

My FAVORITE kitchen utensil

Humor me here... I know you don't come here for my culinary greatness but I have been really breaking out of my cooking shell, especially since I can't find a job to save my life (Walmart isn't even hiring) So when I discover something awesome, I want to share it with my closest friends, and since they never answer the phone when I call, I am sharing it with you. (totally kidding about that part)

I have stainless steel pots and pans... I Do NOT have a non-stick skillet. SO I have learned many things.

You must lubricate before cooking. Pam DOES NOT WORK, it burns. Particully when I make my morning eggs, I use butter (real butter)

And this spatula gift of the kitchen gods.

Check this out, it's flexable and THIN, super thin...
So it can bend and get under the eggs and they won't break.
Also works great with cookies... It is made by OXO and I bought mine at Target... I don't know how I lived all these years with out it, oh wait I do know... we never had a dippy egg in our house.
While we are talking about kitchens.... Any suggestions for the small container #4????
I have Sugar, Flour and popcorn... Tea bags maybe?


  1. Always fun to find a new kitchen utensil!

    That rose is new to our floral too. They had brought one over to the bank for display a few days before Tink got hers. The jury is still our on if we like it or not. :)

  2. BROWN sugar.
    All the good things come from Tar-jay!

  3. I'm going to have to find me one of those spatulas! I had a decent thin one (not as big or as flexible, but THIN), but last time I made cookies, I couldn't find it. I asked the other 3 in the house if they knew where it was. Hubby innocently said, "It was looking pretty beat up last time I took it out of the dishwasher, so I threw it away." I just got it good and broken in! I kept thinking, "So, if he tools start to look beat up, I wonder if he'd think it was ok for me to 'just throw them away'!" lol

  4. those are some good looking eggs you got there...I can't make nice looking eggs for nothing.. Hubby is the egg maker in our house, he dosen't flip them, he covers them and they come out perfect. I cant even get them in the pan without a disaster and I would like to think I am a decent cook.

  5. In our house the small one has chocolate chips in it. That way they handy to add to brownines, pancakes, waffles. muffins.