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ISO Julia Child's "mashing fork", for lack of a better term

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ISO Julia Child's "mashing fork", for lack of a better term

greygarious | | Jan 15, 2011 08:55 AM

I watched an early French Chef episode in which she used an oversized fork to mash potatoes. It had a heavy handle and long tines that were bent at much more of an angle than an eating fork would be. It looked like it did a better job than a masher, with more ergonomic efficiency. It seems to me that it would also be better for hand-mixing doughs and batters than a mixing spoon. Are these still available anywhere? I looked on eBay and Amazon in vain. The Norpro granny fork is similar in size, but is too straight.

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