Cuisipro Baster with Basting Brush : Large capacity Cuisipro baster with attachments lets you control flow of juices, enabling you to enjoy the full flavor that basting adds to foods. The angled showerhead quickly bastes turkey, chicken, lamb, pork or large cuts of meat. Easily suctions excess juice from pan with a squeeze of the oversized bulb, and then quickly dispenses juice over poultry, pork or seafood. This meat baster also includes a silicone basting brush attachment, making it easy to evenly coat food with sauce or marinade, while grilling or roasting. Angled showerhead and silicone basting brush fit the contours of food, ensuring thorough seasoning. Use without attachments for a steady flow of juice. Durable, heat-resistant chamber features measurement markings up to 1 1/2-oz./50ml. BPA-free. Heat-safe silicone bulb. Dishwasher-safe. Product Features Large capacity chamber with attachments lets you control flow of juices, ensuring thorough basting Angled showerhead attachment quickly bastes large cuts of meat Suctions excess juice from pan with a squeeze of the oversized bulb Silicone brush attachment evenly coats food with sauce or marinade for grilling or roasting Use without attachments for a steady flow of juice Heat-resistant chamber with measurement markings in increments up to 1 1/2-oz./50ml BPA-free Heat-safe silicone bulb
When I'm in the Kitchen, I become: Kitchen Mad Scientist
I tend to cook meals that are:Quick and easy
Cooking Idol/Inspiration:Julia Child
This baster meets all of my needs and expectations. Large enough capacity and visble quantity.
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Review 2 for Cuisipro Baster with Basting Brush
PostedNovember 27, 2012
My Cooking Level:Advanced
When I'm in the Kitchen, I become: Cooking Enthusiast
I tend to cook meals that are:Healthy
This baster was, I thought, going to be wonderful to use, because of the large capacity, and the showerhead "filter", that would mean that the baster would not pickup any bits when suctioning up the drippings. But it fails to hold the liquid; instead, it runs back out the tip before I can baste.