The Perforated Chef Spoon
If the Perforated Chef Spoon could speak, it would say, “Hi, y’all. I strain, and it’s all good.”
And this spoon would mean it sincerely. This spoon doesn’t perceive straining as a negative. Indeed, it embraces straining. (Hold up, now. What? How? I mean, by definition, isn’t it impossible to “embrace straining”?) [If the Perforated Chef Spoon could speak, it would interrupt to say, “It’s best not to worry about such things and just go with it, man.”] (OK, cool. Never mind, then!)
Also, it strains well. The spoon does. The Perforated Chef Spoon. So, when the spoon says what it says, it means it doubly sincerely.
“I strain, and it’s all good.” What you wanted to strain, strained. What you wanted to remain, remained.
Ooooh . . . Have we mentioned the slots?!
Oh, you’re gonna love these slots!
If the Perforated Chef Spoon could speak, what it’d really say is: “Hi, y’all. I strain, and it’s all good because I’ve got these special slots and they promote an efficient release, if y’all know what I mean.”
It means: this spoon’s perforations are angled so they drain more effectively than other straining spoons. Duh. What’d you think it meant?!
A cooking, straining, serving, and plating spoon forged of 18/10 stainless steel, the Perforated Chef Spoon is exactly the same as the Perforated Original Chef Spoon except it’s handle is not as thick because this spoon does not have a pocket for artwork. It does have the ridged handle. The huge bowl. The tapered tip. The other stuff. Just not the art. Or that extra 1.5 millimeter of stainless steel in the handle’s head.
There is one other difference: the Perforated Chef Spoon has a dot on the base of the handle’s head to distinguish it from other spoons when it’s standing upright in a tub or bucket. Pretty cool, huh? Don’t even have to stress ‘bout tryin’ to figure out which tool is your perforated spoon. And, you know what they say: less strain, less pain. Ain’t that right?
So, yeah. Don’t sweat it . . . Let The Perforated Chef Spoon’s special slots strain for you. After all, they do it so well.
Aw, yeah. It’s all good.