Expandable Over-the-Sink Colander (11.25-in. x 14-in.) by Norpro
It's amazing no one thought of this sooner! The Colander is made of professional gauge fine stainless steel mesh. The two locking handles can be extended to straddle the sink for easy draining and rinsing of vegetables and fruits. Rubber feet keep the draining basket in place. Perfect for rinsing s... See complete description »
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It's amazing no one thought of this sooner! The Colander is made of professional gauge fine stainless steel mesh. The two locking handles can be extended to straddle the sink for easy draining and rinsing of vegetables and fruits. Rubber feet keep the draining basket in place. Perfect for rinsing spinach or fresh greens, berries, grapes and much more.
This is a sturdy, large strainer, with crookedish legs to hold it on the sinktop. But I haven't had any problems. However, I took it out of the dishwasher and it smelled weird, so I took a good look at it, and tons of food was caught and stuck under the metal rim around strainer. What a bummer. I don't know where it came from, but it sure is hard to get out!
The colander needs support strips on the bottom that would keep it from rolling over when it is not over-the-sink.
a great tool for the kitchen
Love this colander. Great for limited counter space.
I only have a single sink in the kitchen, so by the time dinner is almost done (and my pasta needs to be drained) my sink is rarely completely clean. I don't like the hot water splashing from a dirty sink back onto the pasta. So this colander pleases me since it keeps the food several inches above the sink surface. I like it. I wish it was a bit more sturdily constructed, but is has not failed me.
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Leeks- part of the onion family- are a great, low-calorie way to add flavor to any dish. To clean them, slice them in half lengthwise, then cut crosswise. Place in a colander immersed in a bowl of water, swish to remove any grit, then lift out colander.