Product Description: Disco Geoffrey
Old school meets new school when Disco Geoffrey, a cephalopod from the 70’s, unites with our 21st-century avant-garde culinary tool. What makes this apparatus so novel? It is the first utensil on the market to have original artwork within its handle. Far out, right?
As funky an octopus as any you’ll find on a spoon, Disco Geoffrey gets down wit da boogie, wigglin’ his tentacles, dancin’ his way through our world’s oceans. For that reason, this particular spoon is intended only for the grooviest of chefs and home cooks.
About the Spoon
Made to order, we’ll encase your Disco Geoffrey in the 18/10 stainless steel patented handle of an Original or Perforated Original Chef Spoon. We do this using epoxy resin. This epoxy meets FDA-regulation requirements for food contact safety. Heat-resistant up to 300˚F, the resin is also dishwasher-safe.
The patented bowls of all our Chef Spoons have tapered tips. These allow for precision plating and clean, easy serving. Equally important, they make it possible to get to hard-to-reach corners of the pot. Additionally, the bowl’s edges are constructed to scrape almost as effectively as a spatula.
The Original Chef Spoon’s professional-sized bowl holds almost one ounce. The Perforated Chef Spoon’s equally large bowl has patented angled perforations, ensuring it strains more efficiently than other slotted spoons. Both Originals feature no-slip-grip handles with the Chef Spoons logo etched on the back. The Perforated Original also has a circle etched on its handle. Both Originals are just over nine inches in length and weighted perfectly. Don’t believe us? Hold one for yourself and just try to disagree. We bet you can’t!
Geoffrey is a pencil drawing by Emily Merz, one of TeDAM!’s favorite people. Learn more about her and see her original work currently in rotation on Emily’s Bio Page.
Catch ya on the flip side!