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Also known as a fish spatula, Lamson's slotted offset spatula is an indispensable and endlessly useful kitchen tool for sautéing, stir frying, grilling and more. The long, flexible paddle is lightweight and easy to manipulate, yet it's sturdy enough to lift half-pound burgers and whole grilled cheese sandwiches. On the other hand, the sharp, angled edge and ultrathin design will easily slide underneath delicate foods like eggs, pancakes or its namesake fish fillets. The hardened and tempered high-carbon stainless steel—the same stuff Lamson makes its knives from—gives it a terrific springiness. We worked with Lamson to produce this exclusive version of the Slotted Turner, with a durable polymer handle in our favorite Milk Street high-visibility orange. The pop of color makes it easy to find in the messiest utensil drawer or beneath all the dishes in an overstuffed sink.
The oldest manufacturer of cutlery in the United States, Lamson has been crafting high-quality knives from its outpost in Massachusetts since 1837. In 1869, president Ulysses S. Grant was given a full 62-piece Lamson dinner set as a gift to celebrate his new election into office, which is still on display today at the Smithsonian—evidence of Lamson’s enduring quality. Now, Lamson still employs artisans to handcraft every piece with the utmost care and craftsmanship.Shop All
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