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Tuesday
Aug022011

More Than a Spoon

I just love when great ideas are put to practice. Frech product designer Aïssa Logerot came up with the exceptional Spoon More, a chopstick and spoon hybrid that makes eating a bowl of your favorite Ramen Noodles or Pho Ga a breeze. When taken apart, the spoon also serves as a small dish for your sauce. Brilliant!!

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    Se molti ristoranti giapponesi utilizzassero questo metodo siamo certi che toglierebbero dall'imbarazzo molti avventori. L'intuizione di Aïssa Logerot ha qualcosa di geniale. Un inserto a forma di cucchiaio accoglie i due bastoncini orientali trasf

Reader Comments (7)

No this is truly Brilliant!
Aug 2, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterWineDineDivas
Apparently whoever created this has never used a spoon and chopsticks at the same time. Possibly never used chopsticks to begin with.
Aug 3, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterping?
This is stupid...

Chopsticks are used WITH the spoon.

This is one or the other.
Aug 3, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterG.
Poor design concept for previously posted reasons and potentially messy.

You wouldn't make a detachable blade for a fork would you? Imagine trying to eat a steak like that, not a lot of fun. That is what this Spoon More idea is like for me.

A sharp edge on a fork or spatula I have seen, and makes sense, but not a detachable one.
Aug 3, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterModern
You can call me a dilettante, but I use in chinese bars either spoon or chopsticks. So, I really like the idea, but i'm curious how it works when chopsticks are not connected..
Aug 4, 2011 | Unregistered Commenteragahia
stop trying to be "cultured" by saying pho "ga." it is negated by the fact that you don't understand how ridiculous it would be to try to use this to eat any kind of pho.
Great idea! I like it!
Nov 26, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterBakeca Incontri Roma

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