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I've been using this just about every day for over a year and it is always the tool I go to for a range of cooking situations. I only really use the wider end, but this I find is very handy - as a general stirring spoon, for cutting bits of food while cooking or lifting things out of boiling water. It is easy to wash in the dishwasher or by hand, has lasted perfectly despite being exposed to high temperatures. I'd definitely buy another if anything ever went wrong with the one I have.
Seriously? My wife wanted them as JandJ are usually ok. This is a bit of junk. Suitable for camping I guess but what it is of any use normally is beyond me. It tries to be several things at once, and fails miserably at all of them. Cost 10p to make and 10 quid to buy. Dont bother.
A bit bigger than I expected. A Jack of all trades tool for on motorcycle wild camping. With a general purpose kitchen knife and this odd tool, most camp cooking is achievable. It is a kitchen tool so bigger than I need but pretty useful.
it's inconvenient to use if you're right handed. the spatula is shaped the wrong way so you end up holding it upside down. Also it stains, mine has a yellowish tinge now because I made curry a couple of times. Also, and most worryingly, the edge has burnt off, meaning that I am no longer willing to use it. Not a very good product.
I have quite a few Joseph-Joseph things but this is the best one yet. It is larger than the picture shows and it is just so useful. I use it in the kitchen none stop...a utensil for every job. A++++++++++++
Does what it says but often during use found myself thinking that it would be better if it was slightly bigger. The sieve end is not big enough for anything other than a taster sample and the other end is OK for turning but would be much better if it was wider as you can turn small items with a larger implement but the converse is not generally true or is much harder to do.