Keeping teaspoons easily accessible.
My paternal grandmother kept a clear glass spoon jar on the farmhouse table. I’ve switched my teaspoons from a jelly jar to this cheerful smiley mug.
Do you know anyone who keeps a spoon jar?
Of course people have utensils readily available in an open container, usually near the stove so they can grab a spatula.
No soup spoons allowed. The live in the drawer.
I like that mug better than a glass jar. We didn’t have a spoon jar but I like the idea. I would use the spoons for tasting.
I’ve never used a spoon jar, but love the idea. I’m constantly reaching for one to taste test what I cook. Love the happy mug.
You might have to create a spoon jar for yourself, Carrie.
Cute idea, I like the smiley mug. I don’t have have a spoon jar but I have various crocks that I use for all my untensils.
Crocks are so handy. Thanks Pat
I still have my grandma’s spoon jar. Use it everyday but must confess, the spoons need a good polishing…
Marti take a photo of it for a guest blog post. Polished or un😀
I’d never heard of a spoon jar before. But now that you mention it, it makes sense.