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Lucinda's Kitchen Spurtles

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Lucinda's Kitchen Spurtles are sets of four kitchen tools made from premium Acacia wood. Endorsed by chef Lucinda Scala Quinn, who worked for Martha Stewart for 10 years, these long, slim tools with slightly angled ends have been made for stirring, whisking, spreading, and more. Each set of spurtles includes one slotted spurtle that's meant to be used for straining food and separating egg whites from yolks. When you obtain a set, you can choose whether you'd like the utensils to have natural wood, blue, red, or black handles.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Lucinda's Kitchen Spurtles is $19.99 plus $5.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Lucinda's Kitchen Spurtles at the discounted price of only $9.99 for a total price of $35.97.

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The Four Types in Each Set

  • Original Spurtle

    The original spurtle is long and slim—it's shaped quite like an oar, with a proportionally shorter handle. This spurtle is ideal for folding, stirring, squishing, and spreading a wide variety of food items, as long as you don't have to access a tiny container.

  • Slotted Spurtle

    The slotted spurtle is a tiny bit shorter than the original one, and it contains three slots near the top. This makes it a great tool to pull out when you need to strain or sift food items or separate two substances from one another. It can also be used for whisking and stirring ingredients.

  • Mini Spurtle

    You'll notice that your mini spurtle has a shape similar to that of the original spurtle. However, the mini spurtle is much smaller, so if you can't comfortably fit your original spurtle into a particular container, you'll be able to use this one instead. If you're stirring something in a small bowl, you might also prefer to use this smaller, yet just as solid spurtle.

  • Skinny Spurtle

    The skinny spurtle is about the same size as the mini, but it's slimmer, which means you'll be able to fit it into the skinniest of jars that you can't get the mini one into. It's also a good thing to use in place of a knife if you need to spread something such as icing or butter onto a particular piece of food.

Features

  • Made From Acacia Wood

    All four tools in your Lucinda's Kitchen Spurtles set will be made from wood derived from Acacia shrubs and trees. This wood tends to be durable, anti-microbial, and lightweight. As a result, these tools shouldn't accumulate bacteria easily, and they should last for a number of years, even if you use them frequently. Due to their lightweight nature, they'll be a good thing for novice cooks (such as children or teens) to use. Furthermore, since they're not made of metal, they'll be unlikely to ever scratch up your pots, pans, plates, or dishes.

  • Slightly Angled Tips

    Instead of being round like traditional spoons, these spurtles are quite rectangular, but with slightly curved tips. These tips will enable them to reach the spots in any pot, pan, or bowl where the sides meet the bottom, so you'll be able to scrape every last piece of food out. That means you won't end up wasting any bits that would otherwise cling to the piece of kitchenware you're using.

  • Elongated Design

    While the handles on these spurtles are fairly short, the rest of each device is quite long, which means you'll be able to use them to reach into a variety of deep dishes or containers. Of course, you'll be able to reach further into a dish or container with the longer original or slotted spurtle than you'll be able to with the mini or skinny tool.

  • Choice of Handle Shade

    You might want the handles of your four spurtles to have a natural wood design, like the top of each tool, but that's only one of the options. If you'd like, you can select solid red, blue, or black handles instead. The colored handles will still be made of Acacia wood—they just won't be brown.

Positive Points

  • May Save You Space

    Once you've got a set of these spurtles in your possession, you might choose to get rid of some old metal or plastic kitchen tools. In fact, since the spurtles are so versatile, you may be able to get away with having no additional food preparation tools at all. This, in turn, will save you some space in your kitchen drawers or cabinets.

  • Each Piece Looks Unique

    Since these spurtles are made of natural Acacia wood, no individual spurtle will look the same as any other. Even if a friend of yours gets a set with handles in the same color, the pieces won't look exactly the same, as the wood grain will vary slightly between sets.

  • Unable to Melt

    When placed in boiling water or a boiling hot dish of food, there's a chance that a plastic kitchen utensil could melt, ruining itself and the food at the same time. That won't happen with Lucinda's Kitchen Spurtles, though, as the wood that they're made of will be able to tolerate super-hot temperatures without breaking down.

Negative Points

  • Must Hand-wash

    If you're often pressed for time in the kitchen, you may be disappointed to find out that you can't wash these spurtles in the dishwasher. Instead, you'll have to hand-wash them with soap and warm water, and then dry them by hand with a towel.

  • No Carrying Case

    Those people who want to transport their compact set of spurtles to the cottage, or somewhere else away from home, will have to find and supply their own carrying case for the utensils. It would be helpful if the spurtles could come with a fabric carrying case of some sort, so this wouldn't be necessary. If you were to leave them loose in your vehicle, they could get bumped around, which might diminish their aesthetically pleasing appearance.

Warnings

  • Keep Away From Flames

    Although your spurtles will be able to tolerate boiling hot food or water temperatures, they should still be kept away from open flames. If a particular food item happens to be flaming, you should wait until the flames die down before you bring one of these spurtles near it. Otherwise, the wood of your utensil could end up burning, which may make the utensil less functional or even completely useless.

Save Time

Especially if you're not extremely neat and tidy, you might spend up to a half-hour searching for the right tool to use to complete a certain food preparation task in your kitchen. If you get rid of your old tools and stick to using Lucinda's Kitchen Spurtles, though, you'll probably be able to put your hands on an appropriate tool within seconds.

Save Money

If you've got only metal kitchen utensils, and you find yourself frequently using them in delicate pots, pans, and dishes, you might end up replacing these larger pieces of kitchenware every year. It can be very unsafe to use scratched kitchenware since toxic shavings could end up in your prepared food. On the other hand, if you make the switch to wooden spurtles, you should be able to safely use pots, pans, and dishes for much longer, since the spurtles likely won't make scratches.

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Do not buy Lucinda's Kitchen Spurtles online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Lucinda's Kitchen Spurtles online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

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Posted: 23 Nov 2020 Trudy Norman - (Logan, UT)

Did not Receive all that I Ordered

I ordered one set of spurtles for myself. I liked them so I ordered 3 more sets plus 3 more additional as advertised at the reduced price, for a total of 6. I only received 4 sets. I have submitted a request for the other two, twice. Have not had a response.

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