The Chef Spoon
Not everyone wants to stand out. Visually, that is. Standing out because you have tremendous talent and terrific technique which together result in tantalizingly tasty treats . . . Well, then . . . Yeah, standing out is good. Especially if you’re otherwise on the “down-low.” Playin’ it cool, yo.
Is that you? A not-totally-run-of-the-mill-but-still-fairly-normal-looking “whatever” with mad skills and stellar performance? Having people goin’ all, “wha—?!?!”
Others just like the sleek, shiny look of a nice, “clean” stainless steel spoon. Think it’s “sexy.”
Hey, whatever gets you spoonin’.
Of course, there are those who have no choice but to go with 3.5 mm because 5 mm is just too much for them to handle in a handle.
Every bit the high-caliber piece of culinary equipment as its fraternal twin, the Chef Spoon is a cooking, serving, and plating spoon. With the exception of the company’s signature logo etched on the handle’s back, the 18/10 stainless steel spoon is free of artwork. Since there isn’t a need for a pocket in which to put art, though the same width, this spoon’s handle is 1.5 millimeters thinner than the handle of the Original.
Despite having an otherwise identical design to the Original, the Chef Spoon stands on its own one big, deep bowl. It also blends in well with other utensils. The other items in your knife bag and/or kitchen drawer will accept it right away, no fear of jealousy issues; whereas, you have those issues with the Original Chef Spoon.
And, if you’re new to Spoonin’—new enough, you still keep other spoons in your knife bag—those spoons will feel less threatened when the Chef Spoon arrives on the scene than they would were it an Original barging in on their turf. But that sense of security will be short lived. Once you use your new Chef Spoon . . . Well, then your other spoons will feel threatened. But not for long because they’ll be too busy stressing out, looking for new jobs.
But, hey!, Adam designed an incredible spoon. His fault this spoon is so awesome. Blame Adam and his patented design. Not the Chef Spoon. Don’t blame it. It’s not its fault it’s the ultimate utensil. It’s not its fault you bought it and now your other spoons are looking for new jobs. That’s on you.