This marble mortar and pestle from Fox Run has a traditional look, a nice solid feel and is very effective at reducing herbs, spices, and nuts to powders or pastes.
- White marble
- 4-inch height
- Hand wash recommended
- Product Dimensions: 4 x 4 x 4 inches ; 2.8 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 8 pounds
- Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
- ASIN: B0000CFNBE
- Item model number: 3836
Average Customer Review (55 customer reviews)
Great M&P - with caveats for some cuisines, By Michael Compeau
March 21, 2008
I've had my marble mortar & pestle for going on ten years and love it. Naturally it gets a lot of use! One caution for those just embarking: if you love Indian and Asian cuisines as I do, Do Be Aware that marble M&P's (just like marble and granite countertops) ARE somewhat porous to very fine particles and therefore they WILL stain. Turmeric, in particular will provide a healthy yellow glow to your M&P long after you've used your curry blend. I don't like to wash my M&P in the dishwasher as the M&P will absorb the detergent and impart an odd flavor (or, on the occasion that I've felt compelled to do this, I rewash it without detergent with temperature on High immediately again). Forewarned is forearmed. Or four-armed, or something... Enjoy!
It's pretty, By Al Phabetical
October 26, 2009
I really wanted a little one I could put on the back of the oven, but this is nice, too. I like how heavy it is--it stays put while you, um, pestlize. I use it to crack peppercorns for soup and to grind dried herbes de Provence to powder for omelettes and such. It's 4 1/8 inches high and 4 inches across, with a bowl 3 inches across and 2 inches deep. The base is round, about 3 inches across. The pestle is 5 inches long.
Love it!, By Amanda N. Bonfitto
February 20, 2007
I'm not sure what happened with the person who bought this and had it break the second time they used it, but I love it. It is heavy and sturdy, easy to clean with soap and water, and it does a great job crushing herbs and spices. What more can you ask for?