This probably falls into the range of #OddQuestionsForTheDay… (aka: things I haven’t been asked about yet in all my years of doing this!)
The following pictures and links are affiliate links* on Amazon, so if you choose to purchase any of these items after clicking, I will receive a small percentage of what you spend at no extra cost to you.
PIZZA CUTTER ADVICE:
- Stick with stainless!
- Avoid plastic handles
- Avoid rubberized handles
- Avoid painted handles
- Avoid enamel (decorations or colors) on handles
- Most important piece of advice: AVOID vintage kitchen utensils!
This is almost the exact pizza cutter we have in our home, it’s lead free and fairly inexepensive on Amazon. This or any that are similar would be good choices from a toxicity perspective!
We also have one that looks like this (although I couldn’t find our exact one on Amazon, one similar to this is a good choice as well.) Ours does not have a painted logo on the side, it has an etched logo – so before you buy, make sure a product like this has no logo or an etched logo!
Have fun shopping & as always, please let me know if you have any questions!
Thank you for reading and for sharing my posts!
This may be another odd question.
Have you ever tested an older electric stove coil burner and/or oven heat element?
I have! They have been negative for Lead!
The one on the Amazon link now has a plastic handle. Boo.
Rebekah B says
Yeah, I just saw that too
What about Pizza pans? Any recommendations?
Janice Hamilton says
PLEASE can you tell me of my ruby red glassware called Cape Cod glass ware from around 60s or 70s’
i have been asking but donot know what i am doing wrong. Woukd appreciate your help.
Hi Janice – follow the instructions on this link and send me an e-mail:
My Pampered Chef pizza cutter has a brass-colored connector at the center of the wheel. Would you assume it is leaded? If it is, would a swab detect it? Thanks!