We really been enjoying Korean cooking shows around here lately and are really appreciating their spoons. The sutgarak has a longer handle than a regular spoon and sometimes are very round bowl. This and a pair of chopsticks are found at almost every Korean table.
But if you want the sutgarak included in a more western flatware setting then this silverware set by Bruntomor is for you.
The Modern Adaline Silverware Royal Cutlery set is 16-pieces containing 4 dinner forks, 4 teaspoons, 4 knives, and 4 tablespoons. It is made of dishwasher safe 18/10 stainless steel. Just a note that the teaspoon is really tiny.
So Gerber (not the baby food people) have another entry into our fave category of “Everyday Carry Cutlery”. The ComplEAT has a rather silly name that isn’t a pun or anything I guess? But the design and function don’t seem that silly at all.
There are the four pieces you see above: spoon, fork, dual-sided spatula, and a 4 function multi-tool. And those four pieces of cutlery sure do at lot. The little tool is a serrated package opener, can opener, bottle opener, and a veggie peeler. The spoon, fork and spatula make sense and the spatula connects with the fork to make a set of cooking tongs as well.
Travel Cutlery or as we like to call it around here “Everyday Carry Cutlery” is really becoming a valued product thanks to the environmental concerns about plastic. And we here at The Cutlery Review are completely on board with this movement.
Tiny Panda brings us their rather long named “Bamboo Utensils | Bamboo Travel Cutlery Set | Reusable Utensils With Case | Camping Utensils To-Go | Bamboo Flatware Set | Travel Utensil Set | Eco Friendly Zero Waste Fork Spoon Knife Set”. Yup that’s a mouthful in more ways than one.
This portable flatware set includes a fork, knife, spoon, chopsticks, straw and cleaning brush. But wait there’s more! It also includes a bamboo charcoal toothbrush with bamboo case. And if that isn’t enough they snuck another spoon in there for you.