Ladle pours sauces, soups and more without spilling. Dripless lip keeps your area clean while serving. Sturdy and seamless ladle is made from a single piece of non-corrosive 18/10 stainless steel—no welds, glue or rivets. Created with the chef’s comfort in mind, the wide curved handle fits nicely in hand and is perfectly balanced. Brushed handle will not show fingerprints, while the polished bowl is designed for beauty. The hooked handle allows the ladle to be hung on the side of a pot or rail.
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With numerous international design awards under its belt, the Rösle line is a real marriage of performance and beauty. Each tool is held to the strictest standards, with a meticulous degree of attention paid to every detail to ensure long-lasting utility.
Bought this to replace the All-Clad ladle I thought would be perfect but instead turned out to be painful and awkward to use. The Rosle gets it right: solid flat handle that's angled from the bowl to make dipping and pouring easier, and a drip-resistant bowl design. Doesn't seem like this should cost $10 more than the All-Clad, so I dinged it a couple of Value stars. Also, the hooked end of the handle limits storage options -- can't hang from utensil hooks or slide easily in and out of utensil jars. The bottom line, though, is that this one works and the other one hurts. I'm a heavy ladle user, so ... A cook's gotta do what a cook's gotta do
A daughter-in-law requested a ladle, and from my years doing publicity for the International Home & Housewares Show, I know Rosle is a top brand name! Iâ??m not keen on it being made in China, however, a source I try to avoid.