The concept of this spoon makes so much sense to me. For baking especially this spoon makes measuring small amounts much easier. If you need 60 ounces then you take 6 ten ounces scoops. Just some basic math and you don’t need a full size scale to get the right weight. And don’t get me started on why American uses volume instead of weight in baking!
This cool digital spoon scale from Admetior measures in ounces (oz) and grams (g) both, up to 10-ounces per scoop. It will do the math for you up to 105 ounces using the Accumulative feature.
The scoop is detachable for easy cleaning.
It also has a “Hold and Tare” function. Pressing the Tare button will reset the displayed weight on the scale back to zero. The Tare button can also be used to measure multiple items in the same container. Simply add you first item, note the weight, press Tare and you are ready to weigh your next item. Good for mixing different spice in the spoon to one final weight.
Admetior Digital Spoon Scale
I can’t pronounce Pfaltzgraff, I’ve read they were Pennsylvanian potters. Hoopla I can pronounce and understand though 🙂
The “Pfaltzgraff Hoopla Frost Stainless Steel Flatware, 45-Piece Set, Service for 8, with Wire Caddy” is exactly what it says and that’s a lot. Besides the wire cutlery caddy you get a 45-piece set consisting of a setting for 8 of dinner fork, salad fork, dinner knife, dinner spoon, and teaspoon. But wait there’s more, you get a 6-piece hostess set with 1 tablespoon, 1 pierced tablespoon, 1 cold meat fork, 1 sugar spoon, and 1 butter knife.
It is made of stainless steel that has a lifetime limited warranty. And remember folks, you throw them in a pile in the dishwasher and you gonna get rust spots no matter how dishwasher safe they might say. So be kind to your cutlery.
Pfaltzgraff Hoopla Frost Stainless Steel Flatware, 45-Piece Set, Service for 8, with Wire Caddy
I dedicate this post to my wife who seems to suffer from this problem. Well actually I suffer from the problem and she’s the cause. When you put knives in the dishwasher, according Richard Herring, “Knives go down, for fork’s sake”. At the Metro UK Richard has a great article about the protagonist in his “novel” that dies by tripping over in the kitchen and landing on a large kitchen knife that is in the cutlery section of the dishwasher, sticking point upwards. (It’s not true but still scary). Cutlery can kill it seems. Fatal flatware if you will.
Before reading that, you might want to check out our earlier post on avoiding rust on cutlery in your dishwasher.
Read more: The Metro.co.uk
Pepper? Mirror? Hammered? OK, I think I get it. This flatware from Farberware has a handle designed with a mirror finish that has been hammered to look like there are peppercorns in it. Anyone agree? Any other theories on this?
That said, it’s a pleasant design for a pretty good price. It’s a large set with service for 8 people that includes a salad fork, dinner fork, dinner knife, dinner spoon, and teaspoon. It also comes with a service set that consists of a serving spoon, slotted spoon, cold meat fork, sugar shell and butter knife.
It’s made of 18/0 stainless steel that is dishwasher safe, just don’t let it sit in a pile in water overnight as you might get rust spots.
Farberware 45-Piece Pepper Mirror/Hammered Flatware Set