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(review) GIR Skinny and Mini Spatulas

Elizabeth Barbone - May 05, 2014
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In my Valentine's Gift Guide, you might have noticed the GIR spatulas. I love these babies. They are sturdy, heat safe, and really pretty. Ok, that last one isn't terribly important but, honestly, these spatulas are the prettiest I've ever seen.

Well a few months ago, the nice folks at GIR sent me a sample of their "skinny" and "mini" spatulas.

OH.MY.GOD.

These puppies are just as awesome as their big brothers. Greg and I have used them in our kitchen since I got the samples. So I can tell you, without hesitation, that they are great. The spatulas are soft enough to  get the last bit out of small cans, like tomato paste, but sturdy enough to actually do the job! I hate it when spatulas flex too much, don't you? A good spatula needs to be flexible and sturdy. Actually, that's a good formula for a good life: flexible and sturdy! 

Again and again, I've found myself reaching for the "mini" (the smallest spatula) to spread mayo or peanut butter on bread. They really are handy little tools. 

The spatulas are a little spendy, the skinny is $16.50 and the mini is $14.50 but, I must say, these spatulas are totally worth the price.

*Note: GIR sent me samples of their skinny and mini spatulas. However, I was not asked to write a review; nor did the samples influence my opinion. I love ‘em and wanted to tell you about them.  

About the author: Elizabeth Barbone is the owner and editor of GlutenFreeBakng.com and is the author of Easy Gluten-Free Baking. and "How to Cook Gluten-Free".

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