For a while there it seems that Nutella posts were our bread and butter. The short of it is that a regular bread knife does not do a great job of scooping from the bottom of jars and spreading on bread or the like. So the hunt for the perfect Nutella knife continues…
The latest entry in the battle of Nutella spreaders is this iSi Slim Silicone Spatula. It has a thin sharp edges and is 1.5″ wide. The non-stick silicone is heat resistant up to 600 degrees and dishwasher safe.
iSi had other sizes of this versatile piece of kitchen cutlery but this one seems to be just right for Nutella and the reviews are amazing.
iSi Slim Silicone Spatula Best for Jars, Blender, and More.
We’ve noticed a trend in “skinny” cutlery. Basically a long slender handled flatware seems to be the trend these days? And the Dragonfly 20-piece set by Fortessa is a good example of this. We haven’t looked at Fortessa before, they claim Fortessa tableware is used by over 70% of the Forbes Four and Five-Star Hotels in North America.
This 20 piece set consists of 4 each: table fork, salad/dessert fork, table knife, dessert/soup spoon, coffee/tea spoon. Of course it’s made of dish washer safe 18/10 stainless steel. This is a truly full meal deal of cutlery that will cover all courses of a large meal. I really like the tiny fork and spoon!
And a cute little trademark stamp on each of them.
Fortessa Dragonfly 18/10 Stainless Steel 20-Piece Flatware Set, Service for 4
We here at The Cutlery Review have been talking about what we have named “Everyday Carry Cutlery” (ECC). The idea being that you have a handy portable and reusable set of flatware on your person in your backpack or purse. And if you check out the link you will see there are a lot of options out there. It’s handy, hygienic and good for the environment. Just say no to flimsy plastic forks.
So it’s interesting to see our friends over at TreeHugger.com write the article: Why “Bring Your Own Cutlery” needs to become a new trend. To quote them:
“Most obviously, disposable plastic cutlery should be made illegal, which is precisely what France has done.”
That’s a pretty strong statement that we can get behind. We are seeing plastic grocery bags being banned all over the world, why not plastic cutlery?
Read more at Treehugger.com
WMF is a kitchenware (and more) company that was founded in Geislingen an der Steige Germany in 1853. And they seem to really have a good eye for cutlery design.
The Nordic Flatware set is made of a mirror polished and dishwasher safe 18/10 stainless steel. This is a 30 piece set with service for 6. The entire set includes six dinner knives, dinner forks, salad forks, dinner spoons and teaspoons.
I love the sleek design and that dinner knife has a great flair to it. And it’s a really good price too!
WMF Nordic 30-Piece Flatware Set