Lazy Kitchen Tools

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Over the holidays I spent more time in the kitchen than I had been and fell back in love with my Rachel Ray Lazy Spoon. It’s a straight-forward silicone spoon that’s heat resistant to 500 degrees, and it’s not-so-secret super power is the notch in its handle. This little tweak on an everyday utensil allows the cook to effortlessly hook the spoon over the rim of the pan when not it use, which lets the food on the spoon drain back into the pot. It also keeps the spoon handy to grab again if the dish needs a lot of attention. The lazy part, I suppose, is that it saves from having to wipe down a gunky counter top or having to wash the spoon rest. I first used this spoon at my cousin’s house when we were making a family candy recipe. The Lazy Spoon was a real help as we minded the sticky ingredients bubbling away on the stove. I ordered myself one as soon as I got home. You will want to try them out, too, before the next big holiday cooking event.

Besides the Lazy Spoon, there are other Lazy Tools available which I have yet to own, but imagine would be amazingly handy, as well. These include a ladle, a slotted spoon, a couple of different spatulas, and more. To add fun to their functionality, Rachel Ray Lazy Tools come in colors like red, teal, light blue, and gray. They are available at Kohl’s, Walmart, Bed Bath & Beyond, and other retailers. A set of three tools will run about $24, a set of two about $15.

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