It amazes me how often what is great camping gear is also great for the urban setting. The number of picnics (planned or not) or meals at amusement parks where I’ve been able to pull out a good set of Everyday Carry Cutlery is amazing. And every single time I get a look of “what is with this freak?” and then the light goes on and they watch me happily enjoy my meal.
This mini-utensil set has a very sturdy spork and knife. BPA free and reclaimable nylon and 2% of their sales go to support environmental action charities. The 5 in 1? I can count #1 knife, #2 fork, #3 spoon, #4 spatula and #5 ummm?
Guyot Designs 5 in 1 Microbite Set
If you don’t already have these, please get them, and please don’t steal them from the local restaurant. These spoons are classic and timeless but more importantly they are an amazing multi-use piece of cutlery. From the obvious for soup to a great way to serve an Amuse-bouche. Or even setting up spices and condiments for serving or Mise en place. OK, so I’ve been watching a lot of french cooking shows lately 🙂
Made of rugged dishwasher safe Melamine (don’t worry it’s safe) and heat resistant to 212 degrees Fahrenheit. These things last forever and are always handy.
Commercial Grade – 12 Pack – White Wonton Soup Spoons
If you look over at our History & Technical page you will see a map at the bottom with the different breeds of cutlery. Amongst the splayds, knorks, and spifes you will not find the Fork Chop. These hybrid of the chopstick and a fork and knife are a little off the map.
Made of plastic these aren’t an everyday use item, but they aren’t disposable either and are dishwasher safe. The best use for these I have found is when serving tapas or cheese platters. But where they seem to really work well is with the Knife and Fork Caesar Salad.
ForkChops Set of Six, Black
I know you don’t want to hear this, but it’s coming. You can’t stop the slow advance, it will suddenly be upon you. Christmas, is indeed, coming to town. Your only way to escape it’s ravages is to begin preparations now. And a classic recipe involving cutlery is the chocolate spoon. The recipe is simple but the variations and applications are almost infinite. I don’t like mine with sprinkles as I like to stir it into my “magic Xmas coffee”, so I prefer it to be dusted with cinnamon. Great gift idea and special treat for breakfast on Christmas morning.
Check out the Chocolate Spoon Recipe at Betty Crocker