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Off to Market Recap: New Whisk

A wire whisk is one of my favorite kitchen tools because it's incredibly versatile, necessary, and makes all sorts of delicious things. Recently I've noticed a growing trend in alternative whisk styles, so I asked you to help me bookmark them in the Yum Market on TeamSugar. You looked for whisks that are functional and made from a variety of materials. The one I am most eager to experiment with is Nigella Lawson's bliss whisk. It must make astonishingly emulsified vinaigrettes and incredible sauces. According to marcella — who saved the whisk — it's also easy to clean. She whisks it in warm, soapy water and voila, clean whisk! To look at all of the whisks, browse below.

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sonnabobble sonnabobble 7 years
really like the nigella and flat whisks. great for gravy making in a roasting pan.
Spectra Spectra 7 years
I have a whisk like that! It works great for making salad dressings, scrambling eggs, making pudding, making sauces...just about everything. And yes, they're very easy to clean.
uptown_girl uptown_girl 7 years
That is very similar to an antique one my Mammy (that's my grandma) has. Her is like that but it's bent right before the coils, if that makes sense. She uses it to scramble eggs.
uptown_girl uptown_girl 7 years
That is very similar to an antique one my Mammy (that's my grandma) has. Her is like that but it's bent right before the coils, if that makes sense. She uses it to scramble eggs.
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