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    Favorite basting/tasting spoons!

    Hey guys,

    I have been obsessed with spoons, almost as much as I am with knives, since I started cooking. Namely old silver spoons. The other day when I was out at a sort of flee market a lady was selling customized old silver spoons. I had her make me this one and I have been using it to baste my fish ever since. Show me what you use on the line or at home for your spooning needs!

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    "A recipe has no soul. You as the cook must bring soul to the recipe." -Thomas Keller

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    I use kunz spoons right now. I"m really considering the ruhlman spoon but not sure what size...plus its a bit expensive.

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    Kunz knock off (aka Richmond) fan at the moment. Those ruhlman spoons are kind of pricey when all I need to do is just bend the handles on the ones I have at work (sysco cheapo tablespoons) which work great!

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    Kunz and Richmond spoons also my Oneida

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    The Richmond ones are not the same as the large kunz right? I have tried the large kunz and I love it, but the small ones just don't do it for me.
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    richmonds are copies of the large kunz just a lil different in weight but pretty much exactly the same as large kunz. i like em i got a couple dozen of them.

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    Do you guys have any particular spoons you like for quinelle's?

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    Brad you are in for a treat, you def. want to check out

    http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/sh...ighlight=kuntz



    each year Del makes some great looking damascus spoons.
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    I use the above pictured spoon, it's great. Mine has a slightly larger bowl than my Kunz large spoon, the Del damascus spoon is the best one I have used, love it.

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    A 275 dollar spoon... Uhh I don't think so
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