Monday, August 22, 2005

The Mastrad meat baster and the Switch it dual ended heat and stain resistant silicone spatula


Brought to you, by special request: the UC and his latest gadgets. First his
  • Mastrad meat baster (shown in UCs left hand)
    A "Baster for Life... An imperishable silicone bulb and an extra long, graduated tube ensures that this baster will see out many Sundays to come.
    Complete with cleaning brush" (but of course!!)

and next (hand right), the cunningly named

  • Switch it dual ended long baster "Two spatulas in one, this dual-ended helper has been designed to reach into any corner, making easy work of mixing, stirring and spreading.
    The thinner tip is ideal for reaching into jars and other containers where ordinary spatulas just can't go. Strengthened by a stainless steel inner, the soft, flexible silicone – heat-resistant to 260°C – is safe for use on all non-stick surfaces."

See how his eyes twinkle with joy!!!

13 Comments:

Blogger the invisible romantic said...

Just passing through. Not a spammer though, you can rest assured.

This does mean, alas, I offer no brides, no sexual enhancements, no prescription drugs, no inside stock tips, no amazing interest rates, no tropical getaways--in short, no release from earthly cares.

But I do have something to say: I came across your site, while trawling through my visitor logs and looking over where my visitors come from, and the first glance told me your place is worthy of a bookmark. I'll be back-- carry on.

2:41 AM  
Blogger Joolz said...

Wow that equipment is amazing.
Simply Clare you are attracting worshiers like bees round a honey pot.

10:57 AM  
Blogger Simply Clare said...

Thank you for dropping by IR - if I may call you that. I have visited you today and been very impressed with your erudite approach to blogging. Simply fabulous. I enjoyed your postings very much - and also those of Sha Crawford. A friend of yours perhaps?

Dr Joolz. So glad that you like them. Martin is not happy AT ALL about the picture - which we think gives him a sort of cherubic tellytubic presence. Can you offer any reassurance?

12:57 PM  
Blogger the invisible romantic said...

Thank you for the compliment and, of course, for reciprocating my visit.

Now, as for your questions: though we've never met face to face, or even spoken to one another, outside of the internet, Sha "Virgin Student" Crawford and I, if not friends, are on friendly terms (I'd heartily recommend reading the Virgin Student blog, her brainchild, from beginning to end, also on my link list--that's how I met her, you see); I both spent the past six months in Oxford, as part of a study abroad program at Vassar and hope to return for graduate work; and funny you mention Atwood, for though I'm not too familar with her work, I have recently started Cat's Eyes and have been rather impressed by it (I'll be certain to check out Robber Bride, at some point).

That's it, I think? Oh, one more thing-- not sure if you've read the taxi story, but in the event you haven't, the entire thing is documented, with painstaking honesty, in the following link: http://aninvisibleromantic.blogspot.com/2005/07/taxi-whos-that-girl.html

Alright, that's all. Thanks again.

7:25 PM  
Blogger the invisible romantic said...

Ah, I lied -- one more thing: of course you can call me IR.

7:26 PM  
Blogger Joolz said...

I think Martin looks f***ing fantastic. He can cook me brunch anytime. (Not sure that is as reassuring as he wants.)
As for IR - s he stalking you?

8:30 PM  
Blogger Joolz said...

BTW how did you get that coding thing?

8:30 PM  
Blogger the invisible romantic said...

Haha. I'm stalking no one, nor being stalked.

8:37 PM  
Blogger the invisible romantic said...

Oh, and another thing: GOD, those pictures you have on your blog are beautiful.

8:38 PM  
Blogger Simply Clare said...

I love all this chatting!!!!

Thank you Dr. Joolz. Martin is indeed ravishing (even,as you will very soon see, when he is icing a cake).

Hi IR again. So glad that you are reading Cat's Eye. That was my first Atwood. If you like it, you will enjoy Robber Bride I am sure. You could also try Oryx and Crake (her most recent and not at all romantic, but a futuristic dystopian tale - an evolution from her very famouus futuristic novel 'The Handmaid's Tale). I got really into her and read all her novels and some poetry too - but never enjoyed her short stories as much.

Anyway. Enough literary stuff. Dr Joolz, to get the code, you need to go to blogger home page and look for info on verification to prevent spamming. It was there as a news item - but if it has moved I think it is in Blogger knowledge or help now.
Hope helpful - and that you don't need it.

Off to post picture of UC in action...

9:37 PM  
Blogger Mary Plain said...

I wish I had bought that spatula, it would have been so useful today. I like Atwood too, when not elbow deep in chocolate butter icing, but have had Oryx and Crake for nearly a year and not yet started it (it is a much travelled book). I loved the Blind Assassin. And I agree with Dr Joolz re the general fitness of UC!

7:47 PM  
Anonymous Tim said...

Good JoB! :)

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