Delia's measuring spoons

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Toad in the Hole

Delia's measuring spoons

My sister-in-law has made a request to have a set of these for her birthday. Could you let me know where I can purchase them from please. On the videos must say they do look very smart and mine are rather rusty looking and may invest in some myself too! Thanks.

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Lindsey, Food Editor

Delia's Measuring Spoons

Hello Toad in the Hole,

This is the link to the supplier. They are very well made and will last for years. I’m sure your sister-in-law will really appreciate them.

http://www.deliaonline.com/deliaonline-cookery-school/deliaonline-cookery-school-equipment-measuring-spoons.html


Best wishes

Lindsey

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Toad in the Hole

Delia's measuring spoons

Thank You Lindsey, that's very helpful.

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maggie-

Measuring spoons

I don't think you need to splash cash on expensive new 'old fashioned spoons'. I love Flea and Antiques Markets...you can pick up beautiful old silver or enameled spoons for very little monies...probably never used and more from display. I'm not a matching person so I like a good mismatch and a bargain... None of my cutlery or crockery are the same....but I love em all!: )

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Yummy

Measuring Spoons

I agree with Maggie, my collection of cooking utensils is very "eclectic" and the joy has been collecting them over the years. You don't say whereabouts you are in the UK (if indeed you are) Toad in the Hole, but if you are anywhere near the Lincoln area, then I could suggest a visit to Hemswell Antiques centre, where there are dozens of antique collecting emporiums where you could pick up these lovely old spoons as Maggie suggests .
Good Luck

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Toad in the Hole

Delia's measuring spoons

Thanks very much Yummy and Maggie. The thing is my sister in law is loving the cookery school and has seen the spoons on the videos and she really fancies them. Only for actually measuring I think - not to make a dinner set. So at this stage I might just get one of each - tablespoon, dessertspoon and a teaspoon. I know they will be more expensive but as its for her birthday I thought I would get just one of each and tie them individually with a ribbon and put them in the big plastic bowl Delia uses. Tesco - a really bargain £2.99!!!!! and I got one for my mum (80) who has real trouble now lifting her big old fashioned mixing bowls. So light and easy. I am giving her old ones to the school fete bric a brac stall - then she can get in the cupboard easily and pull it out now whenever she gets the urge to make a sponge. Thanks again.

 
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