Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Tuesday Tips: Fish Spatula

I am pretty much a guy that likes to stick to the basics. My wardrobe consists of blue jeans. I keep things until they fall apart or are stolen. I don't need much to make me happy. So when it comes to kitchen tools I like things that can serve a dual purpose, aren't crazy expensive and actually do what they say they are going to do. Enter the fish spatula. I know what you are thinking...how is a fish spatula different from a regular spatula? Well, I am not sure exactly in terms of make up. But I know that it works a hell of a lot better. The head is thin so it slides nicely under a piece of fish and delicately lifts it from the pan or dish with grace and ease. If it sounds like a bit of a dance, that is because it is. Only in this dance I look good. Real good.

So folks, here she is in all her shiny glory.

The fish spatula. I picked mine up at Williams Sonoma for around $15 clams.

What is your favorite gadget? Email me, Craig@blockislandseafood.com.

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Block Island Seafood Company (BISCO) helps fellow seafood enthusiasts enjoy the gifts of summer in their own homes all year long. BISCO will leave your family and friends with a memorable experience beyond the traditional catered gathering by providing a dynamic chef and extraordinary cuisine. Block Island, RI (41°09'N 71°33'W) is a small island that sits in the Atlantic Ocean between Rhode Island and Montauk Point, NY. For many years it has been a vacation spot for me and my family, and now I’d like to bring Block Island to your dinner table.