Gestura Noyau Cake Tester Stainless Steel

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The Gestura was designed by professional cook Gabriel Rudolph. This glimmering scepter is a secret weapon in pro kitchens the world over. If you’ve ever wondered how restaurants consistently nail temps on meat, fish, and baked goods the humble cake tester is your answer. A meat thermometer provides an accurate but detached numerical answer, the cake tester offers an opportunity to cook intuitively. To use your senses and be more connected to your food. To understand what medium-rare feels like, not what a digital probe tells you. If you treat this battle sword well, you may not need to buy another cake tester again.

A cake tester that doesn’t melt, snap, or separate. Noyau is built with tough Japanese steel, a more fitting material than the polyurethane often used by manufacturers. Taking inspiration from cocktail pins found at bars and antique shops in Kyoto, Noyau's head is stamped flat to feel like a weighted guitar pick, and pinched at the base to keep the rod firmly in place. The tip is pointed, to mimic a toothpick and slide through meat, fish, cake, and veg without damaging flesh, fiber, or crumb. 

Origin

Niigata, Japan

Material

18/8 Japanese stainless steel

Length

5.5 inches

Cleaning

Hand-wash only, please.

Handling

Noyau's tip is sharp out of the box, please use with caution. If you would like it less sharp, a few passes on medium-grit sandpaper or something similar will do the trick.

Packaging

Little pink box constructed with recycled chipboard

Gestura Noyau Cake Tester Stainless...

Prix ordinaire
$19.42
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