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Rosle Stainless-Steel Spaghetti Spoon

An essential tool for any kitchen, this sturdy stainless-steel spoon keeps slippery pasta under control. The center hole drains excess liquid into the pot before serving, and its forked edges prevent long noodles from straying. Made of durable 18/10 stainless steel with a satin-finished handle and hanging loop. Single-serving-sized bowl has forked edges to keep noodles in place. From the German company Rosle, manufacturers of quality kitchen tools since 1903. Dishwasher safe.
Average Customer Rating:
4 out of 5
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1 of 1(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Rosle Stainless-Steel Spaghetti Spoon
Review 1 for Rosle Stainless-Steel Spaghetti Spoon
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
,San Diego
February 17, 2014
Ability level:Advanced
Has owned product for:1 - 4 weeks
Uses product:Once a week
Would You Recommend? Yes
Rosle spaghetti spoon is made in China
February 17, 2014
I bought this spaghetti spoon because I wanted a durable product that would not rust or have plastic prongs that break off, or burn because of it being too close to my stove burner. I wanted the spaghetti spoon to scoop out spaghetti squash after it is baked (since I don't eat pasta). It works well for the how I use it. Because I would like to buy American made products, I am disappointed that the company Rosle GmbH & Co. is a German company but the label states "Made in China". I don't like using a product that is not made in America. I support our country and the people here looking for jobs.
Pros: Easy to Use, Easy to Clean, Size, Design
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Fort Worth, TX
Posted October 19, 2014
I agree with you on the Made in America issue.
I wish W-S would carry more Made in America products. I have purchased 60 pieces of WMF Profi & Rosle utensils over the last 12 months for wedding gilts (nieces), & everyone of those was made in China. W-S, I want to buy Made in America! Yes, I am willing to pay more.
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