Yeah, once you see it, you’re going to be underwhelmed. But one of the reasons I got into this thing was to be able to make what I want if it’s impossible to get any other way.
And this little item is so obscure I don’t even know what to call it.
Saw one in a picture, thought “Man! What a great idea!”, and then spent the better part of a day trying to find one.
Sass to the rescue:
Extra points if you can guess what it is used for. It’s a specialty kitchen tool for taking care of an annoyingly slippery problem in poultry preparation. (Cooks will have a slight advantage here.)
It’s a chicken tender tendon stripper.
Sometimes the simple yet brilliant things in life make me smile.
Update: You do want to use 1/4" acrylic for this…it’s useable at 1/8th but just a hair too floppy. Quarter inch is going to do it better. Oh, and it survives the heat sanitization cycle just fine in the DW.