Bulb Baster Set (3-pc.) by Norpro
We prefer this Baster, the sturdiest one around. The stainless steel body is functional and easy to clean. For best results, run it under hot water before basting, so the temperature of the baster will be warm and thus the pan drippings will not cool during the basting process. 1.5-oz. capacity. See complete description »
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We prefer this Baster, the sturdiest one around. The stainless steel body is functional and easy to clean. For best results, run it under hot water before basting, so the temperature of the baster will be warm and thus the pan drippings will not cool during the basting process. 1.5-oz. capacity.
I used to have a turkey baster that I had for years until the bulb finely wore out. So I replaced it twice, both times they were junk. They just don't make them like they used to. When I saw this one I thought it would work out great for me. What a great idea to have the injection needle and cleaning brush all in one package. I used it this Thanksgiving and I am very pleased with it. Awesome.....
well made, luv the cleaning brush, bought one for a friend same time i bought mine, she was totally excited.
Was looking for a replacement for my old one. Couldn't stand the plastic ones in the store. This was perfect and it even comes with a cleaning tool. Good value.
Basters are surprisingly scarce. After I melted my plastic one, I decided to get this metal one. It's okay. You can't see through it obviously and you have to be very careful not to scratch your non-stick pans. But until someone invents one with a silicone tip, this is workable.
I was so happy w/this purchase, I bought my whole family marinade injectors!
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