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December 17, 2005

Drizzler — At long last, olive oil control is at your fingertips

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OK, so maybe you don't lie awake nights fretting about how you never seem to be able to stop the olive oil from inundating your salad dressing mixture.

Still, making a hash of it every time gets old.

Never again with this nifty tool.

It uses the same principle we employed as kids when we'd put our straw in a soda bottle, then cover the top with a finger and control just how fast we'd let it run out into a waiting mouth.

From the website:

    Drizzler gives you control: no overpouring!

    The liquid is held inside the drizzling straw until you remove your finger from the hole on the bulb — making it easy to control just how much oil you add to pasta or how much vinegar you sprinkle on salad.

Designed in Switzerland by Enrico Dalla Piazza.

Made of mouth–blown glass.

$29.95 here.

December 17, 2005 at 09:01 AM | Permalink


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"The liquid is held inside the drizzling straw until you remove your finger from the hole on the bulb..."

"Made of mouth–blown glass."

And who sez form doesn't follow function?

Posted by: duh | Dec 17, 2005 8:07:58 PM

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