Here at the Cutlery Review we had been promoting what we call the Everyday Carry Cutlery or ECC. But our friends over at Treehugger.com are suggesting Bring Your Own Cutlery or BYOC. Either way it’s a great idea as what’s called “Normal” has changed all around us.
Bringing in your own cutlery reduces waste, helps the environment and on top of all that, you know where it’s been. You handle the cleaning, handling and sterilizing. Any extra little extra thing we can control in these changing times helps.
So we have embraced the term Bring Your Own Cutlery and will do our best to source and promote flatware that we feel can help.
These would make great stocking stuffers for Christmas. They are multi-taskers as well. You can use them for storing your Everyday Carry Cutlery, reusuable straws, chopsticks, pens and pencils, your glasses and the list goes on and on.
With a rather festive Christmas design these bags are 11.7 inches long and 4 inches wide. They are hand washable and made of high quality cotton and linen. This is a pack of ten bags.
Above is the single use plastic picnic tray invented by French designer Jean-Pierre Vitrac. It’s from around the World War II era. I have to say it is pretty impressive. A cup, tray and cool looking knife, fork and spoon. And it’s plastic. And we aren’t happy with plastic these days and I get that.
So as the world plans on banning plastic and it’s use in the food industry we have new ideas. Here at the Cutlery Review we have been promoting what we call the Everyday Carry Cutlery or ECC. But our friends over at Treehugger.com are suggesting Bring Your Own Cutlery or BYOC. Either way it’s a great idea.