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Thread: Looking for some perfect Queinelle Spoons

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    I had great results with the OG Lady Hamilton spoons .
    The original oneida 1932 lady hamilton design is a great quenelle spoon (but the technique can only be improved by practice).I am reffering to one hand quenelles .

    A great idea is to practice with a container full of butter and or a container full of practice ice cream . In a few weeks your quenelles are gonna look picture perfect

    A great source for this is the internet of course but you will have great luck if you go to thrift and antique stores to look around . If you are lucky you will find a bunch of different things you might like as well for plating etc .And of course the spoons in an antique store can be very very cheap (depending).

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    If you're looking for a good large and small quenelle
    spoons go to world cost plus market

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    Interesting discussion, but shouldn't 't this be in BST-other?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill13 View Post
    Interesting discussion, but shouldn't 't this be in BST-other?
    This thread pre-dates BST - other. By a couple years. Perhaps it should be in "RIP".
    Dave
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    i got a couple from etsy.com ….

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