- n. Plural form of spatula.
“The best cake decorating supplies will include flat and offset spatulas, which is used for icing the cake.”
“That's not to mention the Ziploc bags and plastic containers you use to store food, any plastic utensils such as spatulas or forks and spoons, many of the non-wooden toys used by children, or the outer shell of any of your home electronics.”
“They turn up to concerts with spatulas and chef hats, and the best dancers are crowned "master chefs".”
“Ms. Stewart has been very visible in Macy's marketing, appearing in holiday commercials touting "the magic of Macy's" and in a backstage video series where the celebrity homemaker demonstrates her exclusive line of products, such as spatulas and baking sheets.”
“He bought a toaster— $29.95—a dish drainer, a nonstick set of fry pans, a couple of spatulas, and a laundry basket.”
“That morning before breakfast, Egan had caught her having herself with a brand new set of spatulas.”
“But the organisers ask him to step down in order to give newcomers a shot, so Garner, irrationally offended, takes up the spatulas in his place, and finds herself pitted against a stripper (Wilde) to whom Bob owes money, as well as an impossibly sweet 10-year-old African-American girl, Destiny (Yara Shahidi), lately fostered by loving lefties Alicia Silverstone and Rob Corddry.”
“Spoons and spatulas had been hanging near the stove, but these were gone, now.”
“Most of the tools fold down including the cutting board and have several uses: the ladle is also a measuring cup and the spatulas have a cheese grater or a serrated edge. $55, cascadedesign.com”
“I was religious at the most unexpected of times, in the morning, when the world seemed empty and unused, and I tried to feel grateful for the peace, the cleaned spatulas.”
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