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January 16, 2006

Spoon Wars: Episode 1 — Ladle Cradle v Drip Clip (Revenge of the Sauce)


Two spoons enter, one spoon leaves.

That's how it works.

First, the Ladle Cradle (above), as described on its website:

    Ladle cradles keep drips in the pot... off counters and stovetop.

    No more mess every time you stir your soup or sauce.

    Slips on easily and locks into place on the lip of any pot or pan.

    Set of 2 made of dishwasher safe plastic.

    Withstands heat up to 260°F.

In the other corner, wearing the white trunks (it also comes in black), the Drip Clip (below).


From the website:

    This clever spoon rest clips right to the edge of your pot, keeping messy spoons off your counter, yet conveniently close at hand.

    Made of stain–resistant, break–resistant, dishwasher safe plastic, it also withstands heat up to 425°F.

    1"L x 1.25"W x 3.1"H.


Which is it gonna be?

The Drip Clip costs $3.99 here.

The Ladle Cradle runs $5.49 for two here.

In the interest of fair play I think it best I sit this one out.

May the best spoon rest win.

January 16, 2006 at 11:01 AM | Permalink


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Try unclipping the marinara-laden spoon from the Drip Clip and see what happens. I'm guessing the sudden release of the spoon will send goop flying.

Posted by: Al Christensen | Jan 16, 2006 12:33:37 PM

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