KitchenArt Mini Adjust-A-Cup

Published September 1, 2008. From Cook's Illustrated.

Could this miniaturized measuring cup prove just as useful as the larger version?

Overview:

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.

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.

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