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    Those are cool spoons. The nice thing is it gets me thinking about other small spreading/scooping things that I absolutely need in my life

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    Thanks K. Spoons are fun. From my testing I think I need to develop a special spoon just for chocolate spread, would that be taking it too far.

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    Bovril spoon?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ecchef View Post
    Bovril spoon?
    And it could be used for Marmite too I bet

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    I'd be all over a nice damascus butter knife (would double as a nutella spreader)
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    And it could be used for Marmite too I bet

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    As long as it's not Vegimite

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    Knowing my wife, I need one for whipped honey, one for hummus, one for nutella, and one for nut butter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    And it could be used for Marmite too I bet

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    mmmmm Marmite! I need to buy some tomorrow! If only I had a fancy spoon to make it easier to get out of that stupid jar!

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    Many many spoons Does any one else use a teaspoon to pop in the top of a bottle of Fizz while your not drinking it, keeps it fizzy. I've never noticed as it always get drunk My girl friend pointed it out. So maybe a Champers spoon could be a good excuse for something sculptural too.

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    The only spoon I like for sure is the spoon I have with my GF

    Anyway, as Im looking into getting a custom spoon soon, I have bought a lot of cheap spoons to find out what I like. I googled jam and honey spoon. And ended up buying this: http://emmascookshop.co.uk/tools/bit.../prod_494.html and this: http://emmascookshop.co.uk/tools/bit.../prod_495.html

    Once I find a great spoon I will send it to you Will

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