Published September 1, 2008. From Cook's Illustrated.
Could this miniaturized measuring cup prove just as useful as the larger version?
For measuring sticky ingredients such as honey or peanut butter, we have always liked the KitchenArt Adjust-A-Cup. Available in one-and-two-cup capacities, this plunger-fitted tube forces the food out of the cup with a slow, steady push of the sliding base. Now, a new Mini Adjust-A-Cup is ideal for measuring just a few teaspoons, tablespoons, milliliters, or ounces. It works with the ease of its larger counterpart and, at just under three inches tall, stores handily in a drawer.