The Lesley Saucepan Maneuver️®


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3 Responses to The Lesley Saucepan Maneuver️®

  1. If I’m entirely emptying a saucepan I use the underhand grip and as the contents empty out, continue to rotate the saucepan a full 360 degrees, thereby
    preventing any dripping on the outside of the saucepan. Requires two hands on the handle near the end. Saves a lot of cleanup

    Also – in your latest book you feature a wood handled butter knife – great tool. I bought mine to slice and scooop avocados (not into unnessary gizmos and don’t always want to use half an avo)

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