Carlisle 1395 1 oz. Ranch Serving Ladle
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- Durable one-piece polycarbonate construction
- 9 1/2'' handle with oval-shaped 1 oz. capacity bowl
- Imprinted with "Ranch" label on handle
- Fits 1.2 qt. and 1.5 qt. crocks
- Allows for pouring from both sides of bowl
|Length||9 1/2 Inches|
This Carlisle 1395 1 oz. beige "ranch" ladle is a versatile utensil that's perfect for pouring and serving salad bar dressing. One-piece polycarbonate construction is paired with an oval-shaped bowl to allow for pouring from both sides.
Measuring 9 1/2'' long, this dale fit 1.2 qt. and 1.5 qt. crocks. An imprinted design on the handle helps guests and customers properly identify the different types of salad dressings.
Length: 9 1/2''
Capacity: 1 oz.
This item can safely be cleaned in a commercial dishwasher.
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The 1 oz ranch serving ladle is a great size for costumers. Nice long handle for when the bowl starts getting little low. Nice price.
Russell H. from Russ' Sub Shack Posted on 07/13/2016
Used the Carlisle 1395 1 oz. Ranch Serving Ladle to pick up ranch dressing and to spread over romaine lettuce. Leave the guess work of what dressing there is with this ladle. You know exactly what you are getting.
Julia W. Posted on 06/13/2016
Perfect to go with the beige 1.2 quart crocks I ordered for my salad bar. They clean well and are the perfect size for salad dressing.
Lisa M. from Sweet Willow Company Posted on 01/29/2016
Carlisle products have all been excellent quality. They last for a long time and can be washed many times and still look great. Eventually they label will come off, but I usually just use a label maker to redo the label since the ladle still has plenty of life left in it.
Eric L. Posted on 10/28/2014
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