Indispensable for mixing the ingredients. The spoon helps transfer food from one container to another, stir, beat, pour, scrape and measure food.
The spoon story
Appeared long before the fork, the spoon was once - along with the knife - the only personal (also widely used in the kitchen for preparation of dishes).
The term "spoon" comes from the word cochlea, which is a spiral-shaped snail shell. The Anglo-Saxon word spoon, means a chip or splinter of wood. Indeed, the Romans used them to taste these small shellfish.
The first spoons were made of wood, and in the countryside they were then a utensil cut from one piece. Gradually, pewter, horn, copper or even seashells spoons began to appear. During the Renaissance, these tools became real collector's items, the spoons were decorated and sometimes even enriched with precious stones.
What is the Stirring spoon, another type of spoon?
It is a type of round or oval shaped spoon of variable size used for cooking.
Exoglass spoon from Meilleur du Chef is made of composite material meeting hygiene requirements. This spoon is rot-proof, machine washable and can be sterilised. Heat resistant of up to 220°C. Extremely strong and resistant, the "Exoglass" spoons are an advantageous replacement for wooden spoons!
The Dreamfarm silicone spoon to stir, scrape, mix, measure and serve without ever messing up your worktop thanks to its built-in spoon rest. Using its flat, rigid rim on the top of the spoon and its flexible silicone sides, Supoon can scrape any food residue from the corners of your pots and pans. This silicone spoon is non-stick and doesn't scratch your pots and pans. Heat resistant up to 250C.
Finally, find the classic beech spoon or an English spoon. Beech utensils offer high density and resistance, therefore more longevity.