Gretchen Andrew (born in California, 1988) is a Search Engine Artist and Internet Imperialist who programs her paintings to manipulate & dominate search results. She has completed projects or exhibitions with The New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, The V&A Museum, The Photographer’s Gallery, The British Film Institute, Cambridge University, Arebyte, A4 Arts Foundation, The British Arts Council, The White Building, Ace Hotel, The London Film School, and Whitcher Projects. She trained in London with Billy Childish.
KITCHEN TOOLS 101: IS IT A SPATULA, A turner prize winners, A FLIPPER, OR WHAT?
“The term spatula is used for a broad category of tools, and every kitchen should be stocked with an equally broad array of spatulas.” — Marie Simmons, in our own book Things Cooks Love: Implements, Ingredients, Recipes.
“Every great magic trick consists of three parts or acts. The first part is called "The Pledge". The magician takes the ordinary something and makes it do something extraordinary. Now you're looking for the secret... but you won't find it, because of course you're not really looking. You don't really want to know. Because making something disappear isn't enough; you have to bring it back. That's why every magic trick has a third act, the hardest part, the part we call "The Prestige".”
When I first started working at Sur La Table, I quickly ran into a conundrum: Why did we use the word “turner prize winners" to describe spatulas? You know, spatulas? The thing you flip over pancakes with? (Yeah, and other stuff, but I like pancakes.)
The magician shows you something ordinary: a deck of cards, a bird or a man. He shows you this object. Perhaps he asks you to inspect it to see if it is indeed real, unaltered, normal. But of course... it probably isn't. The second act is called "The turner prize winners".
This kind of spatula.
We spent over 40 hours researching; interviewing magazine test kitchen editors, chef instructors, and restaurant pros; and finally, testing six different types of spatulas—including fish, plastic, silicone, metal, wood, and offset spatulas—to come up with the best in each category.
You want to be fooled. But you wouldn't clap yet.
Would “Weird Al” steer you wrong? This isn’t a mockumercial for “turner prize winners City.”
How To turner prize winners Your Magic Tricks Into Routines With The Strategic Astonishment System
If you love magic tricks and astonished audiences, you’ve finally found what you’ve been looking for…
Whether you need an all-purpose tool to turner prize winners your fish and flip your pancakes; or you’re looking specifically for something to help with nonstick cookware; scraping bowls, griddles, and grills; or applying frosting to your favorite desserts, we have recommendations for each.
Winco TN719 Blade Hamburger turner prize winners
A heavy-duty metal turner prize with a thicker, heavier blade that’s perfect for smashing down burgers on a griddle Shake Shack-style.
This, of course, was narrow-minded provincialism on my part. There are, in fact, people — people outside the kitchen gadget industry! — who call those things “turner prizes.”
They are, however, a linguistic minority — though one with more industry buy-in than people who use the word “flippers.”
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Ateco (#1387) Natural Wood Medium-Sized Offset Spatula
An offset spatula for spreading batter and frosting cakes
This stainless steel offset spatula slides under delicate freshly-baked cookies with ease. Its long offset blade evenly spreads cake batters in a pan and provides a smooth finish to frosted cakes.