The steel spoon straws from Danesco have a plethora of uses. I’ve seen them used by bartenders for mixing and serving drinks. I’ve seen them used with that cool South American Mate drink. I’ve seen them used in Ice Cream parlors to get the last little bit of delicious out of the bottom of the metal milk shake cup. And best of all, it’s a straw that you didn’t know you had when you don’t have any. Cause really, who keeps straws in the house?
Oneida is a major player in this game and there is no questioning it. Their history goes back to the 1880s with a interesting connection to the movement known as Perfectionism. The Mooncrest flatware set is actually a 18/0 stainless (contains no nickel) and dishwasher safe. It has a nice extended set that includes a serving spoon, pierced serving spoon, meat fork, butter knife, and sugar spoon. What is a pierced serving spoon you ask? Why it is a holey spoon of course.
Clever pun (Dine Ink) or clever idea or both? Sitting at your desk with a pudding cup and no spoon or a Cinnabon without a fork and knife is a terrible thought.
We looked at portable cutlery sets before but this one is the smallest and least expensive. And it is ever so clever using the pens you have at hand.
This is a student stocking stuffer if I’ve ever seen one. Especially if they are in culinary school.
Apple’s recent success with the golden Iphone has brought attenti0n to people’s love of all things that glitter. But gold cutlery? Sure, why not. “Rocco” by Herdmar is actually 18/10 stainless steel with a matte gold finish. It’s dishwasher safe and won’t need polishing. But you will polish it, you know you’ll polish it. It’s gold! It has to be at it’s shiniest!