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February 23, 2006

Edible Spoon Rest



    From cooksillustrated.com:

    A spoon rest is a nice extra to have in the kitchen, but many cooks don't want to bother with them.

    Julian Lewis of Burlington, Vt., came up with an alternative.

    Instead of a ceramic or metal spoon rest, she uses a slice of bread.

    The bread catches bits of food and soaks up juices, in the process becoming a savory treat for the family dog (or the cook).

Puts the ridiculousness previously published in this space to shame.

[via cooksillustrated.com]

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wow, aren't the simple things in life grand. i love this!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: ninna | Feb 23, 2006 11:06:41 PM

Hehe, what an inventive idea! In the past (as in a few nights ago) I've used potatoe chips and every time I picked up my spoon to stir I could enjoy a nice chip. Then replace with a new chip and repeat.

Posted by: scott | Feb 23, 2006 6:18:41 PM

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