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post #1 of 9
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I've had my grilling set for a few years. Nice set that's heavy and decent quality. Can some one help me understand the toothed edge on the spatula? The other edge is serated like a steak knife. I get that, but the opposite edge has longer, spaced teeth that are about 1/4" apart and not very sharp. What's that for?

 

 


Edited by C45BR - 4/13/17 at 10:38am
post #2 of 9
Meat tenderizer ? Not sure never seen one maybe used to defend the q from thieves
post #3 of 9

I believe the label on the one my wife bought me said "Meat Tenderizer".

I guess you can use it to  a) clean your grill grates; b) cut open your vacuum sealed meat bags; or c) hang potholders off of....................

post #4 of 9
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It reminds me of a serrated trowel for spreading mastic when doing tiles. Perhaps I'll try spreading a rub evenly with it next time I do a big hunk of meat. 

 

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post #5 of 9

Officialy I have no idea.  I have used a spatula like that (mine doesn't have the fork end just the serrated) and used the fork side to easily roll, wings, sausages, and grilled cauliflower over.  Worked well for that but I'm not sure that is what it is for.

post #6 of 9

To make it look sexy?  th_dunno-1[1].gif

post #7 of 9

OH I just figured it out! 

 

That is a Tactical Spatula!!!!

 

It will save your life some day, so don't forget to put a rail, a quick detatch mount, an infrared flashlight mount, and a regular flashlight mount so you can go visible light or stealth whenever you need quickly and quietly grill something in the dark at 3am  :P

 

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post #8 of 9

It's a Swiss Army spatula....

post #9 of 9
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Originally Posted by TallBM View Post
 

Officialy I have no idea.  I have used a spatula like that (mine doesn't have the fork end just the serrated) and used the fork side to easily roll, wings, sausages, and grilled cauliflower over.  Worked well for that but I'm not sure that is what it is for.

 

Well, that makes about the most sense so far!

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