• Item R125
The Cook’s Spoon with holes is a superior spoon designed by and for serious cooks.
All Rada utensils are backed by the Lifetime Guarantee
This large spoon features an extra long handle to allow you to easily reach the bottom of pans and dishes. It has a thumb recess for comfort, with holes in the bowl of the spoon to drain juices and liquids. This makes a perfect serving spoon for fruits and cooked vegetables, as well as the ideal utensil for cooking pasta.
The stub-nosed cooking spoon design provides for better stirring and scraping of the flat surface of pans. The stainless steel construction ensures a durability that will make it an invaluable implement in your kitchen for years to come.
• Bowl Dimensions: 2 1/2 x 3 x 1/2 inches
• Total Length: 11 1/2 inches
• Material: High Nickel Stainless Steel
• Country of Production: USA
• Product Warranty: The Lifetime Guarantee
Hand washing all fine cutlery is recommended.
This prevents microscopic dings on the blades' cutting edge, eliminates the harsh environment created by a dishwasher's high temperatures and abrasive detergents and helps protect your cutlery from corrosion, ultimately extending the life of their finish.
I love this spoon when serving dishes that are in a liquid such as cucumber salad and celery salad. It picks up the good stuff while leaving the liquid behind.
Existing slotted spoon went pfft !!! Rada spoon , USA made , Quality workmanship , Great Service . Nice feel .
I bought these spoons from the Smokey mountain knife works on vac with my husband in 2010 and I am still loving these kitchen spoons. Never have scratch rusted or tarnished. I use them for chili’s, soups, and every recipe in between. Anytime we host any get together you will see them sticking out of a dish! My MIL liked them so much I just had to get her some as well!
I do A Lot of canning and my old spoon "with holes in it" was bending and wearing out. I ordered 2 rada spoons and am so glad I did. These are great for stirring and draining , really like the blunt nose to stir the bottom of pans. I have check and local stores and websites and was ready to give up on a "Holey spoon" but remembered seeing this in the rada catalog. I love them.