Set includes six rustic wooden spoons. Each spoon has a smooth, shiny finish that produces a pleasing mouth feel. Spoons are lightweight but durable. The extra long handle provides a balanced, comfortable grip. Spoons do not retain heat from soup like a traditional steel spoon would.
Wooden spoons must be hand washed.
This large 12-piece set is durable and heavy. Weight is evenly distributed, giving the spoons a balanced feel. Works perfectly for dense, hearty soups and gumbo. The handle is a comfortable length. Spoons are dishwasher safe and have a flawless, mirror-like shine to them.
Bowl of the spoon may be too large for some people.
The notch and hook design allows you to safely rest your spoon on the side of your bowl. Orange and black design is bold and eye-catching. With a slightly longer handle than most Asian style spoons, these are comfortable to hold. The deep bowl of the spoon holds a lot of soup and reduces spilling.
Spoons can not be microwaved. Be sure to always remove spoon when reheating soup.
Large set of Asian-style spoons comes with 12 pieces. The spoons sit flat with a raised handle, making them perfect for serving various appetizers in addition to soup. Ceramic spoons have a quality feel and weight to them. Spoons fit comfortably in your mouth and are dishwasher safe.
Bowl of spoon is a little on the shallow side.
Available in a set of 6 or 8 spoons. The spoon's edges are smooth and gentle on the corners of your mouth. They have the same look and feel as a restaurant-quality soup spoon. The simple design is easy to match with preexisting silverware. The handle, while thin, is sturdy.
Spoons are lighter than expected.
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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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