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Both practical and elegant, porcelain enamelware is nonreactive, easy to clean and has a more polished look than unfinished stainless steel, but like metal cookware is lightweight and durable. Riess' handcrafted skimmer has a slightly raised lip that we prefer to completely flat skimmers because it helps prevent food from rolling off, and its wide surface is good for scooping up larger foods and less flimsy than wire models. The product feels well-balanced and lightweight, and its handle is appropriately long for deep-frying or reaching deep into pots. Made by fusing porcelain glass onto iron, the material is nonreactive, easy to clean and has a more polished look than unfinished stainless steel, yet like metal cookware is lightweight and durable; we love how the sleek design shows off the glossy enamel and can be hung as a decorative piece alongside the company's Ladle and Perforated Ladle as a Three-Piece Set with Hanging Bar. A caveat: Although enamelware is much stronger than glass, the porcelain finish can still chip if it's dropped or hit against a hard surface.
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