Rachael Ray Food Mover (or Bench Scrape)
I’m completely drawn to colorful things in life – the more color, the better. That’s probably half of the reason I collect all things Rachael Ray in the kitchen – everything is available in the brightest, most beautiful and downright “happy” colors.
Some collectors choose the same color for each of their Rachael Ray kitchen tools, gadgets, dishes, bakeware, pans, or cookware. I basically go with whatever color I’m “feeling” at the time. If it’s during baseball season, I’m drawn to red (because the only thing I’m thinking during these months is St. Louis Cardinals baseball). If it’s college basketball season, I lean toward blue (UK Wildcats, of course).
The rest of the time, I’m liable to choose orange, agave blue, purple, or green, entirely based on my mood at the time. My oldest daughter’s kitchen scheme is ideal for the Agave Blue collection, so I’ve been grabbing her this and that in this beautiful color.
Naturally the beauty is only half of the reason I love Rachael Ray’s line of kitchen gadgets and dishes. The other reason is they’re completely fun to use, dependable, and save time and effort.
One of my favorite Rachael Ray kitchen tools is shown here, the Bench Scrape Shovel (Amazon link) – not that I ever actually call it that. I’ve always just called it my “mover” – on 30 Minute Meals, Rachael Ray always refers to it as her “food mover.”
While mine is, obviously, red (must have bought it in the summer) – the bench scrape is also available in orange, blue, purple, and agave blue…. which reminds me, I need to order one for Emily.
- Bench scrape shovel for collecting and transporting ingredients from the cutting board to a pot on the stovetop
- Shovel face crafted in durable, nonporous stainless steel; soft taper at shovel’s edge for scooping ease
- Secure and comfy ribbed rubber covers shovel handle; safe for use in the dishwasher
- Measures 6-1/2 by 6-1/4 inches with a 1-1/5-inch high handle; weighs 8 ounces
This is one of those things that, each time I use it, I wonder, “How did I ever get along without you???” Then I remember – with hands that smelled more like onions and garlic and multiple trips back and forth to the stove.
It’s a really cool, fun, and useful kitchen tool and I love it. What’s more, it’s less than $7 on Amazon. With Mother’s Day around the corner, you might want to grab a couple.
See Bench Scrape Shovel (Amazon link) for more information.