Kitchenaid Gravy Separator

Kitchenaid Gravy Separator

Not because you NEED to hold back the fat from your cabernet sauce, but because you need to use it to capture all the glorious fat for your Yorkshire puddings, the Kitchenaid gravy separator catches all the browned bits in a strainer, then lets the jus settle to the bottom while the fat rises to the top. With the measurement guide, you'll know just how much jus to add to your sauce, and just how much fat you've saved.

  • With all do respect to Elizabeth Barrett Browning, we would like to add a couple of expressions of love to her heart-felt-but-a-little-too-wordy-for-our-taste list. "I love you like Biscuits and Gravy". (Kinda says it all, does... With all do respect to Elizabeth Barrett Browning, we would like to add a couple of expressions of love to her heart-felt-but-a-little-too-wordy-for-our-taste list. "I love you like Biscuits and Gravy". (Kinda says it all, doesn't it?) And "You're the Cream in my Coffee". (If that doesn't say love, we don't know what does!) Cotton Teatowels emblazoned with sentiments of true love. If you know which side your bread is buttered on, we would suggest giving one of each to that special someone who is busy in the kitchen preparing dinner with love. $12

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  • it might not be possible to build a better mousetrap, but it looks like cuisipro has built a better fat separator!!! It has several unique features - a stainer on top and a plug that blocks fat out of the pouring spout until afte... it might not be possible to build a better mousetrap, but it looks like cuisipro has built a better fat separator!!! It has several unique features - a stainer on top and a plug that blocks fat out of the pouring spout until after the fat and liquid are separated.

  • I love this! I've never been exactly crazy about gravies but I do believe in spending time to make my own stocks. This fabulous tool separates the juices and fat while sieving out the extras. The low spout at the bottom pours o... I love this! I've never been exactly crazy about gravies but I do believe in spending time to make my own stocks. This fabulous tool separates the juices and fat while sieving out the extras. The low spout at the bottom pours out the juices so there's no need to spend an hour attempting to spoon off the fat from the top.

  • Fat. Ewww. This gadget is perfect for gravy this Thanksgiving. The perforated lid strains out any solid bits, fat rises to the top, and the flavorful broth collects in the base. All in all, it makes your gravy non greasy and even ... Fat. Ewww. This gadget is perfect for gravy this Thanksgiving. The perforated lid strains out any solid bits, fat rises to the top, and the flavorful broth collects in the base. All in all, it makes your gravy non greasy and even more yummy.

  • During the holidays I like to make my own mushroom gravy heavy cream. Also, you can use an electric hand mixer to whip the cream on high to make whipped topping for desserts. That simple.

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