In celebration of the Spoons of our life–ubiquitous but often unrecognized–Blue Towel Productions is proud to present the Daily Spoon, which we were are celebrating this September, the Month of the Spoon. #MonthoftheSpoon
Today, we’re doing something special, and that’s having our first ever guest post–not just in The Daily Spoon, but on this blog, ever. (We have had one or two re-blogs, which is something a little bit different.
Anyway, here is our guest writer, here to talk about a spoon of his choosing!
My name is David Thiel. I am a chef and have therefore extensive experience with spoons. I have always found parallels between people and spoons. Some are shallower and some are deeper. Deeper ones can carry more.
At home, I want to have the right equipment to do the job. For years, I searched for the ideal serving spoon. I would find something functional, but not aesthetic. While the spoons always worked well, we just didn’t use them because they tended to be ugly.
My wife and I aren’t vain, but we do like to be happy with our home. Most often, we would serve with a ladle or even one of our dinner spoons and leave the functional serving spoon in its drawer.
Then along came this brushed steel beauty.
Pleasantly proportioned and weighted, this serving spoon looks good on a table. It is pre-loved, but still attractive enough to have out with guests.
So good, right? Amazing to hear of friends and colleagues who also share our appreciation of of spoons.
If you have a spoon you’d like to share about, let me know in the comments or email me at email@example.com and we will see if we can work it in. Hopefully there will be some more guest posts soon on The Daily Spoon here on Blue Towel Productions’ The Month of the Spoon.
See you tomorrow!