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Where to get those cool appetizer spoons

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HungryLetsEat Oct 4, 2007 10:44 AM

Hey folks. For holiday entertaining I'd like to feature a few of those apps that are served on individual spoons. I've seen them at Crate and Barrel ($20 for 12) but cannot find them anywhere else. Anybody know who else sells them? (I'm not keen on the ceramic chinese spoons so would prefer to stay away from those. I know where to get them locally.) TIA

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    jane RE: HungryLetsEat Oct 4, 2007 12:41 PM

    How about some of these?

    http://www.mysimon.com/9000-10976_8-0...

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      ziggylu RE: HungryLetsEat Oct 4, 2007 03:37 PM

      Sur La Table sells the stainless ones if that's the ones you're talking aboutI(with the curled under handle). http://www.surlatable.com/product/sta...

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        HungryLetsEat RE: HungryLetsEat Oct 5, 2007 05:37 AM

        Well, as much as I love those stainless spoons at Sur La Table (thanks ziggylu!) I don't love their price. $20 for 6 is a bit steep. For a party with 20 guests it would cost me $80 just for one serving a piece.

        I guess I have to rethink my position on the porcelain spoons. In the link jane posted I see that I can get 50 of them for $45 - which would allow 2 servings per person at almost half the cost of the stainless. Wouldn't mind if I didn't find them hard to eat off of.

        1. macca RE: HungryLetsEat Oct 5, 2007 05:50 AM

          I found this link- it is $39.00 for sixty. I h ave not bought them, but may be worth checking out.

          http://www.asianutensils.com/mechsosp...

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            HungryLetsEat RE: macca Oct 5, 2007 07:55 AM

            Thanks, Macca. Appreciate the link. Those are plastic so I think I'll pass. THe price sure is right, though.

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              bakerboyz RE: HungryLetsEat Oct 5, 2007 08:12 AM

              If you have a Chinatown near where you live, you could pick them up at an Asian Supermarket.

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                baekster RE: bakerboyz Oct 5, 2007 12:49 PM

                Yea, I second that. Really cheap at any Asian markets (especially Chinese).

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