HOMQUEN Shining Golden Spoon and Matt Black Handle

HOMQUEN Shining Golden Spoon and Matt Black Handle

Black and Gold. What a classic and elegant combination for this cutlery. This design would really jump off the table wouldn’t it? We just wanted to look at something nice today and this seems to be it. This flatware is fine looking.

HOMQUEN’s Shining Golden Spoon and Matt Black Handle is 20-Piece cutlery set that consists of Dinner Knives x 4, Dinner Fork x 4, Dinner Spoon x 4, Tea Spoon x 4, and Tea Fork x 4.

Made of of high quality stainless steel, the edges are smooth and stylish, Mirror Polish, Rust proof, High hardness, Lead-free, Cadmium-free, Phthalate-free, BPA-free durable and Eco-Friendly.

HOMQUEN Shining Golden Spoon and Matt Black Handle from Amazon

The World’s LARGEST FORK (they think)

Fairview city in Oregon has installed a 37-foot tall fork for the Guinness World Record for the tallest fork. The biggest cutlery in the world? That’s one big fork!

The current record-holder for the “World’s Largest Fork” stands 35 feet tall in Springfield, Missouri. The massive fork is made of polished stainless steel and marks the headquarters of The Food Channel, an explanatory plaque says.

Fingers crossed they don’t fork up!

Cocktail Spoon aka The Bar Spoon

Hiware Cocktail Shaker Spoon

This is the final entry in our “Different Types of Spoons”  series and last but not least it’s the “Cocktail Spoon” aka the Bar Spoon.

A bar spoon is a long-handled spoon used in bartending for mixing and layering of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic mixed drinks. Its length ensures that it can reach the bottom of the tallest jug or tumbler to mix ingredients directly in the glass. A bar spoon holds about 5 millilitres of liquid (the same as a conventional teaspoon). Its long handle is similar to an iced tea spoon, but is usually decorative and elegant – some variations mimic large swizzle sticks, with a disc at one end. The shaft is typically thin and threaded so that the fingers can easily grip and rotate the spoon. –https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bar_spoon

OK, we are finishing strong here with this famous flatware as the design really is a timeless classic. And it’s multifunction as a stirrer, spooner and masher.

You can’t go wrong with the Hiware Cocktail Shaker Spoon. It’s 12 inches of 18/10 stainless steel which will elegantly mix or mash anything. You name, it will mix it. We’ve learned in our house it’s really good for getting that last gerkin pickle out of the jar!

Hiware 12 Inche Stainless Steel Bar Cocktail Shaker Spoon from Amazon

Amuse Bouche Spoon

Pulp Tek Compostable Tasting Spoons

This is the eighth in our “Different Types of Spoons”  series and it’s time for the “Amuse Bouche Spoon”.

The “Amuse Bouche” is a small single bite hors d’oeuvre. The term Amuse Bouche is French and means “mouth amuser”. Therefore a “Amuse Bouche Spoon” is usually a small ceramic or metal spoon that can be used to serve an amuse bouche. One piece of cutlery for one mouthful of fun.

Now with the Amuse Bouche Spoon being only used once at the table we really don’t want to see it being something that is a disposable plastic product. Which most of them are sadly! But we did find a recyclable flatware option.

The Pulp Tek Compostable Tasting Spoons really seem to be the way to go. They are made from “bagasse” (which is a word we just learned), that is actually repurposed sugarcane fibers. The spoons are grease-resistant, freezer-safe, and microwavable safe. Throw them in the compost or your garden afterwards!

They come in a pack of 100 disposable tasting spoons that each are 4.25 inches long and 2 inches wide and can hold up to 0.5 ounces.

To us, the tear drop spoon shape is classic cutlery but many other shapes and sizes are available.

Pulp Tek Compostable Tasting Spoons, 100 Teardrop Shaped Bagasse Spoons from Amazon