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Works For MeThis ladle was recommended by Cook's Illustrated, and they were correct in their review. The ladle has a nice heft to it, the bowl has a lip on the edge which allows for easy pouring from any angle. The handle is angled which makes it easy to dip down into the pot, and there is a hook on the end which prevents the ladle from sliding down into large pots. There has been no rust after washing the ladle.The bowl is 4.25" across, 1.75" deep, and hold one cup. This is a perfect size when ladleing out soup or other foot items.5A robust, generously portioned ladleI originally thought the price was high, but the ladle came recommended and I was impressed by the size and weight. I, also, was expecting the manufacture to be China, but it is marked, "Germany". I expect this to be the last ladle I need to buy.5So glad I purchased thisI have two wonderful glass punch bowls that came with two woefully crappy clear plastic ladles. I was worried about the stainless steel ladle looking odd with the glass bowls, but it looks wonderful. It pours cleanly and is dishwasher safe.Well worth the price. I wish I had ordered it long ago!5Doesn t dribble or get lost in the potI bought this for someone who hates ladles for the room they take up. This one is small enough not to bother her, and she loves it. I no longer have to see her scooping soup out of a pot with a mug. I ve got the large version. The ladles hook catches the lip of the pot so it doesn t slide down into your soup. Perfect in every way.5Fantastic ladle, lightweight, comfortable, and sturdyFantastic ladle, lightweight, comfortable, and sturdy. Previously, I was using the All-Clad ladle and a wooden ladle, and thought nothing of them, good or bad. Cook's Illustrated did a recent equipment review of ladles and recommended this one very highly: "Everything we did with this ladle felt easy and controlled, from scooping chunky stew out of a small saucepan to reaching into a tall stockpot to collect broth. The 45-degree angle of the offset handle put our arms and wrists at a natural angle, giving us full control. The slightly shallow bowl worked well for scraping the bottom of a pot, though it was less convenient for collecting and retaining springy noodles than a deeper bowl would be." It is indeed more comfortable than my All-Clad ladle (and easier to clean than the wooden one, since it's dishwasher safe), and I highly recommend it.5Very nice ladle!I've had the larger 5.4 oz for more than 20 years, and it was a great ladle when my kids were home and I used to make soup in a 16 qt. stockpot. Now, with just two of us, I felt that one was a bit too large and didn't fit in my overcrowded drawer very easily. I ordered the 4.1 oz with hooked handle and received it today. It looks just like my old one, both are 18/10 stainless, except the older one was made in Germany, the new one in China. The quality appears to be the same. The 4.1 is a bit shorter and fits my drawer perfectly, both are very sturdy with smooth edges, and they will most likely be handed down to my kids and their kids.5best ladle ever.Who knew a ladle could be life changing? Seriously. I have struggled with a straight up and down handled ladle for years, and when dishing out the grub, it always put a cramp in my hand and made it impossible to get out of tall pots or scrape the bottom bits out. This ladle is perfection! Easy to hold, use and clean. The only thing I can say may be a down side is that the hook, which is awesome for keeping it from falling in the pot, can be a pain for storing it in a utensil jar, as I do because it hooks onto other items at times. Not a deal breaker though!5Excellent product - durable.This is a tank, its made of high quality stainless steel and is heavy. This thing is so thick in the cup portion, it'll take a lot of effort to get it to dent. Great angle on it too....5This is a great ladle, but it's certainly not 13This is a great ladle, but it's certainly not 13.5 ounces!!! I almost went with the 8 ounce but this one caught my eye because it was supposedly larger and slightly cheaper...this was not the case. Come to find out it's actually 1.6 ounces and not 13.5. It's quality is worth 5 stars but the mislabeling is why I subtracted a star. REWRITE DESCRIPTION, please. Thanks Rosale for quality products!!4Obvious why Cook's Illustrated voted this #1Being a Cook's Illustrated fan, and a happy owner of a great number of their recommended products, they do not always rate the most expensive item as the best. In this case, at $35 or so it is not cheap. It is super solid, beautiful detailing on the stainless with a mirror polished bowl and brushed hook handle...but most of all, as Cook's said, it handles remarkably well. My old ladles begone...this is not gonna flex to the thickest of stews, and will get to the bottom of a pot with ease to get that last serving. When something is right, its right...the last ladle you will buy, unless you want a nice gift for a fellow foodie.5
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