Tiny Whisk or Flat Whisk?

Tiny Whisk or Flat Whisk? Let’s see what top YouTube cooks think…

Flat whisk

Babish loves his Tiny Whisk. As seen below:

And J. Kenji López-Alt kind of infers that he started the Tiny Whisk craze first:

So the Tiny or Mini whisk seems to be a popular choice for kitchen cutlery by these two fine gents.

But….we here at The Cutlery Review recommend the flat whisk. It fits flat pans better, it will conform to any bowl, and it just seems work better. Amazing for cooking salsas! Try it for yourself.

Mrs. Anderson’s Mini Whisks (Set of 2), 4 3/4″ and 7″ from Amazon

or even better we recommend…

OXO Good Grips Flat Wire Whisk from Amazon

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Curved Flatware by Object Rights

Curved Flatware by Object Rights

Do not attempt to adjust the picture. We are controlling transmission. If we wish to make the cutlery rounder, we will make it rounder. If we wish to make it softer, we will tune it to a whisper. We will control the horizontal. We will control the vertical. We control your cutlery.

Weird huh!? The guys over at Object Rights have designed this rounded flatware. Every knife, fork and spoon is fit to the circle of your plate.

“Curved Flatware” is a set of eating utensils. Ergonomic design helps to reduce wrist pressure.

Materials:
3d printed steel, bronzed finish, hand-polished
Dimensions (each):
Width- 5 cm (2”)
Height- 2.5 cm (1”)
Depth- 19 cm (7-½”)

It’s $300 for a 4 piece set but it looks amazing, not sure how it handles though?

Order now at Object Rights

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Eatsy Cutlery for the visually impaired

Eatsy Cutlery for the visually impaired

Sadly this seems to be only in prototype and testing stage but it’s still amazing. We are impressed not only by the time and effort but the care and attention to the design for those with special needs. This project Eatsy Tableware deserves the support.

“Eatsy is a set of multi-functional tableware consisting of a plate, bowl, cup, and utensils. Each of them has a unique feature with subtle details that avoid stigmatization. They are universal, applicable for children, elderly and even people without special needs. Eatsy is user-friendly for both left and right-handed users, and they can be stacked up for easy storage.”

Not just a fork, knife and spoon but amazingly designed plates, bowls and cups to help. In particular the Eatsy plates allow the visually impaired to easily scoop the trapped food up with a spoon. The best way to corner those pesky peas you are chasing around the plate. And the cutlery is hooked on the sides of the plate to prevent slippage! Genius!

Read more at Eatsy Tableware

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Pharrell Williams & Pentatonic Create Coronavirus Cutlery

Pharrell Williams & Pentatonic Create Coronavirus Cutlery

Pharrell Williams is popular singer (who did that great song with Daft Punk). Pentatonic (not the band) is a design studio.

Together they have created the Pebble which is a bring-your-own cutlery (BYOC) set made from recycled CDs.

The kit comprises of a knife, a fork, a spoon, a straw and a set of chopsticks that fold away inside a case that can be easily carried.

To reduce the risk of transmission, many businesses have temporarily stopped using single-use plastic cutlery, which has seen a surge in popularity during the pandemic.

“The wasted CDs are first sorted and cleaned which means separating and purifying the feedstock, removing and recycling where possible contaminants such as cases and foreign waste material” Pentatonic cofounder Jamie Hall.

Available for order at Otherware.co

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