Best Soup Spoons

Updated March 2019
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Soup spoons are designed with a larger, deeper bowl end to hold more soup while minimizing the risk of spills. There are two main times of soup spoons: British-style, which you often see in diners, are typically made from stainless steel. British-style soup spoons look like a regular tablespoon, but with a larger, rounder end. There are also Asian-style spoons, which are often made from malamine, plastic, or ceramic, and can be found in a number of different color patterns. The spoons typically have a more shaped bowl, which holds brothy soups well. Asian-style spoons can usually sit on a table surface, too. Alternatively, many people chose to serve small appetizers such as ravioli in the Asian-style spoons.

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