It is not often you come across an article that is chock full of tips and trivia about flatware. It’s always nice to see that someone out there shares your passion for something as simple and yet important as cutlery.
Joe Lutrario at Big Hospitality has written a great piece that is the A to Z about using that fork, spoon or knife.
“Thinking of forking out for a new set of cutlery or updating your selection? Look no further than this handy guide to eating irons.”
Knork has really been creating some great cutlery recently. The curved look of this flatware is pretty funky I must say. And the look of the hand forged 18/0 stainless steel really gives it some character.
That knife though, look at the wicked hook in the handle. It looks like a Kukri knife.
This is a set of 20 that are place settings for 5 people that consists of salad fork, dinner fork, knife, table spoon and dessert spoon. It of course is dishwasher safe.
Flatware fun for all! This cutlery makes you solve a puzzle before you can use it to eat. And good luck getting it back together again. Sadly it’s a Kickstarter campaign but it sure looks like fun. And it’s looks even better on the table. Check out the video above.
Does that look like celery to you? It looks like celery to me. This is the First Stage Baby Training Spoon Teether from Olababy. And by all accounts, it’s as good as it looks. A great meeting of form and function.
It’s a teether and a non-slip spoon for your baby to learn to eat by themselves safely. It is made of food grade silicone, 100% BPA Free and seems to be dishwasher safe as well.
Is the celery design intentional? I think so, here’s what Olababy has to say:
“Our design inspiration is extracted from natural plant elements. The spoon resembles the shape of a sprout and the tip of the spoon resembles the shape of a leaf. The leafy shape of the tip combined with the flexibility of the silicone material allows the spoon to flex. Babies can perform various motions such as scooping, cutting and slicing with ease.”