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Cuisinart 5-Piece Bamboo Utensil Set

Cuisinart Bamboo Utensil Set

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Set of solid and slotted turners and spoons, wrought from natural, eco-friendly bamboo

Product Details

Set Contents

  • Solid turner
  • Slotted turner
  • Solid spoon
  • Slotted spoon
  • Pasta turner

Cuisinart Utensil Set

Home cooks can ladle sauces with the set’s solid spoon, lift boiled potatoes from their pots with the slotted spoon, and catch tendrils of spaghetti with the pasta turner. The set also includes a solid turner, as well as a slotted turner to please cooks who only wear shutter shades.

  • Assortment of solid and slotted spoons and utensils
  • Eco-friendly bamboo construction
  • Natural oil finish
  • Safe on nonstick cookware
  • Hand wash

About Cuisinart

After vacationing in France in the early 1970s, retired physicist Carl Sontheimer was inspired to go back to work. He’d seen a new gadget—a mechanized food processor for restaurants—and wanted to retool it for passionate home cooks like himself. His machine was efficient and versatile: mixing eggs into puff pastry took 15 minutes for a human, 10 minutes for a trained chimpanzee, but just 15 seconds in the food processor. Immediately, revered chefs including Julia Child, Jacques Pépin, and James Beard applauded the invention, and Beard even wrote an entire cookbook dedicated to the machine. Decades later, Cuisinart’s line of innovative products ranges from waffle makers and rice cookers to eco-friendly nonstick pans.

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Fine Print

Free returns. Does not ship to AK/HI/Canada/Puerto Rico. Most orders are delivered within 12 business days from the purchase date. Does not ship to PO boxes. See return policy. Must pay applicable tax and provide name and shipping address at checkout, which will be shared to facilitate shipping. How is the strike-through price determined?