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Saturday, 9 November 2013

The Pro Cook Meat Baster

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I wanted to tell you all about the latest gadget I was sent to trial by the Pro Cook people.


Clear and Green
  • Made from transparent plastic
  • Tube measurements in ml/oz
  • Silicone detachable easy grip handle for ease of cleaning
  • Dishwasher safe
The meat baster is the perfect tool to help keep your sunday roasts nice and juicy.  It consists of a green  silicone handle bulb and a tube which is made from transparent plastic with measurements shown along the side in ml/oz. The silicone easy grip handle is detachable for ease of cleaning.
Measures approximately 29cm in length and is completely dishwasher safe.

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I have long wanted a baster like this all of my own.  When I worked in the big house kitchen there was one there for my working use and I used it all the time.   At home I have always just used a long handled spoon, which is ok, but I am always worried I am going to burn myself.  This alleviates that concern for me.  It's so easy to dip the tube into the meat juices without having to pull out the oven tray.  A quick squeeze of the easily held silicone bulb and the juices are sucked up and ready to squeeze out to baste whatever it is you are roasting.


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I  used this when roasting a chicken  earlier this week and was  very happy with the way it  performed.   I found it very easy to use and the clean up in the dish washer was a breeze!

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Once again, a hearty two thumbs up for performance, easy of use and cleaning, and price.  I think you will find it to be very affordable at the price of £4 which it is being offered at on the Pro Cook Page at the moment.    I can't wait for Christmas as it will sure help with the basting of my holiday turkey this year!  Many thanks to Chris and the Pro Cook people for sending it along!


2 comments:

  1. I need a new one of those. But, I mainly use it for sucking up the extra oil out of things.

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