We love coming across handy kitchen tools that make cooking effortless. That's why we were pleased to stumble upon this two-in-one spoon and tongs ensemble.
Designed specifically for flat-bottomed pots, the CHEF2 assists you in flipping, lifting, turning and serving food. It is made from heat-resistant silicone and can withstand temperatures of up to 428F (220C). You can use it to cook anything from fried eggs to spaghetti.
To make this kitchen tool even more fun, Berlin-based designer Julian Appelius made it available in several bold colors including yellow, orange and red.
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