A Vermont Bowl Company
item, shipped from Wilmington, Vermont.
Scottish Spurtles; #VTB033
Spurtles are made for cooks
As Scottish as a kilt and without which you donít
make real porridge. An ideal stirring tool for getting to all parts of the pan and no
damage to your non-stick finish. Stir everything from stews and soups
to fried vegetables, puddings, and scrammbled eggs. Best of all,
Spurtles don't melt when stirring the bottom of a pan. And if
the tip gets burned, simply lightly sand it down a bit!
Believe it or not there are good spurtles and bad spurtles. Good spurtles are made for
cooks to use and bad spurtles are what woodturners
who donít cook make to sell. I bet you have guessed that
the Vermont Bowl Company makes good spurtles, the real thing, not the tourist shop
item. Their spurtles, designed by John McLeod (a Scotsman himself),
are 12-1/2" long x 1" diameter, made from Yellow Birch wood.
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