I would have to pick a fondue fork because even though it's sharp enough, it's mostly just a goof. I also tend to keep my distance. Perhaps so that I don't get burned.... (by cheese?) Also, I am very nostalgic for the 70's, the fondue heyday.
I am what I call the cereal spoon. It's the bigger spoon of a 45 piece silverware set. I'm not sure what its official name is but it's the one that is the perfect size for cereal. The other one is too small and Captain Crunchberries always fall off. The cereal spoon seems to have the perfect amount of cereal to put in your mouth- just a little bit more than you should.
Im an OVERsized sterling silver soap spoon. (mispelling intentional) Gulping down life in large servings. Sterling cause its the color of Julie's hair - and occasionally mine - soup cause its the only thing i know how 2 make (recipes avail upon request) xoxo Love u Jewel.
Well here I am in Los Angeles for the past 15 years and I'm just getting used to it. It's hard to shake the lower east side and truth is I would never try to. It's in my DNA just like the years I spent in and around New Paltz, Eastern Long Island and the upper west side for that matter. So I guess farming is in my DNA since my Father grew up on the farms of Nassau County back in the 20's. He showed me how to plant and nurture the soil and treat every plant like it was the last one on… Continue
My first impulse was to side-step the entire list and choose my own utensil -- an oyster shell, or the piece of coconut hide slashed from the coconut itself with a machete to use to scoop out the meat. Or fingers dipped in a tin bowl of rice. But were any of those "me"?
Then I scanned the images to sense -- bodily -- which ones caused a throb of recognition. I passed ones I wanted for their sleek, sexy or symbolic use alone and was at once fascinated and irritated by the one that… Continue
I am spoon.
Once a simple teaspoon; sampling all that came my way.
Now, a serving spoon; providing for others, managing small tastes of the remains.
In the future, a graceful, silver demitasse; savoring only the finest.