Made of white Beech, the 11.2-inch-long Hang Around and Toss Around sets are virtually identical, save for a few small details that differentiate their functions. Hang Around, meant for use while cooking, features a spoon and a spatula, each with precut slats along the backs so the spoons can hang on the edge of a pot or pan (thus eliminating the need for a spoon rest on the stovetop or cleaning up drips afterward).
Toss Around is a set of spoons to be used as salad servers. Comprising one flat spoon and one notched spoon, the set is designed for serving everything from tossed greens to cold pasta dishes.
The designers claim to have been inspired by Bhutanese crafts and the Bhutan people's everyday wooden tools. KiBiSi's Scandinavian roots and influences, however, are evident in the spoons' simple yet refined shapes. The Hang Around and Toss Around sets each ring in at 29 pounds (about $47 US) so they are not the most affordable options out there—and we wonder how many of our pots and pans the Hang Around utensils will fit on—but they're certainly items worth admiring. For more, visit muuto.com.
When not writing, Miyoko Ohtake can be found cooking, training for her next marathon, and enjoying all that the City by the Bay and the great outdoors have to offer.
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