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    I won't use any other spoon.

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    I love my kunz spoons. They are perfectly balanced and feel great in your hands when plateing. Highly reccommend

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    for basting in a pan, nothing better

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    I picked up one of these at JB Prince and it is great. They also have another cheaper spoon which is also just as good IMO. its a bit larger and half the price. The cheaper one also has one with perforations.

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    Prince is closed Saturdays, so I guess I won't head over there if I go to the Korin ECG in October...
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    The large and the large slotted are standard on me every day, those and a nogent peltex slotted spatula are my favourite kitchen tools.

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    I haven't bought any of the Kunz spoons or clones (although I've used them) but I've collected a dozen or so keepers over the years of difderent size and shapes for different purposes. A couple came from Granny, some found under the dish machine, a couple at a yard sale, etc. I like being able to match the spoon to the task.
    But for general use by your line cooks, I think the Kunz style spoons are pretty versatile and user friendly.

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    I'm really into the Richcraft perforated spoons with the cut off tip, called a roux spoon I hear... genius design for getting right to the edge of something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Messy Jesse View Post
    I'm really into the Richcraft perforated spoons with the cut off tip, called a roux spoon I hear... genius design for getting right to the edge of something.
    Did a cursory google search. Do you know where they are sold on the Internet?

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