Where did these “Joseph Joseph” guys come from? Have I been hiding under a rock? Normally we wouldn’t review products from the same company twice in a row. But this spoon and fork set is too cool to ignore. These guys call themselves “masters of form and function” and I can’t disagree.
Look at this thing, it’s a clever spoon scoop for olives, pearl onions and the like. And it has a cute little tiny strainer built in. But wait there’s more! It’s got a pickle fork that snaps into the handle. What’s not to like? And it’s dishwasher safe. And it’s a great price.
Joseph Joseph 2-Piece Jar Spoon and Fork Set with Scoop and Pick
We love Everyday Carry Cutlery (ECC) around here. And we also are enamored with anything so nice they name it twice. This ECC product is perfect for the purse, backpack, lunchbox or picnic basket.
The company “Joseph Joseph” brings us their GoEat Compact Stainless-Steel Cutlery Set. This 18/10 stainless steel dishwasher safe set includes a full size knife, spoon, and fork. And the cutest little compact silicone case.
Joseph Joseph GoEat Compact Stainless-Steel Cutlery Set, Green
Yup, black matte cutlery seems to be the color that’s cool this year again. And Knork really seems to have to corner edon that market and boy are they ever selling a lot of flatware.
This two piece titanium serving set caught my eye due to the very cool design on the slotted spoon. Although I have no idea what dish it would look good in, black is hard to pair with foods.
The hand forged set uses a titanium coated technique that is PVD and is dishwasher safe and scratch resistant. What is PVD you ask?
PVD coating is a plasma coating deposition technology. Vacuum Coating. The materials are vaporized under vacuum coating conditions to obtain a PVD coating. A vacuum chamber is necessary to avoid reaction of the vaporized material with air.
Now you learned something today about spoons 🙂
Knork 2 Piece Titanium Serving Set, Black Matte
Wow! Just wow! This is an amazing collection of incredibly unique artistic flatware. Well over a dozen different artists have their cutlery designs available for sale (which we almost never see).
In 2012 Steinbeisser launched the Experimental Gastronomy initiative that brings together renowned chefs and artists for a one-of-a-kind culinary experience. Artists create unique cutlery and dishware that celebrates experimentation.
You have to go to the website and scroll through and check out the various forks, knives and spoons like you’ve never seen before. I do have to say that this really brings up the discussion about “Form over Function”.
Check it out at Jouwstore.com