Navigating a kitchen with a young family takes focus. That's why moms need excellent kitchen tools. As a part of Food Month we're talking about kitchen essentials and that means an oven mitt that can stand up to high temperatures and wear and tear. We pick Built NY.
Sure we may be a bit bias since these are designed locally, but I can attest that these beauties perform under pressure. The neoprene glove is far superior to cloth. In fact its heat resistant up to 500-degrees F. Plus the hand has a great grip so you won't drop a dish on the floor (or on baby) after you've spent time preparing it. For style and function, we name Built a Momtrends Kitchen Essential. Buy on Amazon $14.99 and up.
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