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    Gray Kunz Spoons

    A good buddy of mine is in New York and I begged him to pick me up some Gray Kunz spoons.

    Who else digs on these? Anything better out there?

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    Damascus spoons would be better !
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    I love mine!

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    OK seriously, I gotta ask... what is the big deal with these? It's just a spoon. Right?

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    how are the kunz copies on CKTG? they are at good price by the dozen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    OK seriously, I gotta ask... what is the big deal with these? It's just a spoon. Right?
    They are a very well considered spoon.

    They are just the right size, shape and depth of bowl, food just jumps onto it.

    The edges are beveled so that it is less likely to spill liquid out the sides, and pours straight off the point.

    The handle is curved to fit you hand just right.

    Its balanced well.

    Its pretty.

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    go on jbprince.com and pick up a couple. No need to have someone pick them up from NY. The CKTG copy is very similar. The bowl is larger and deeper. After using the kunz spoon for so long I found myself scraping the pan with the spoon while basting.

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    I really like mine. I use them all the time. That being said I had to buy a few for minimum shipping. So I bought two large and two small. Never use the smalls. Just buy the large ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BurkeCutlery View Post
    They are a very well considered spoon.

    They are just the right size, shape and depth of bowl, food just jumps onto it.

    The edges are beveled so that it is less likely to spill liquid out the sides, and pours straight off the point.

    The handle is curved to fit you hand just right.

    Its balanced well.

    Its pretty.
    x2

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    JB Prince. And I agree that large is the way to go and I find having a couple available is great. I don't think there is anything super special about them; they just seem to be the right size and shape.
    Everywhere you go, there you are.

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