Cooking spoons

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Sally Dyke

Cooking spoons

Where can I buy the set of three spoons featured on the last page of Delia's pull out section in the last two Mail on Sunday magazines?

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Welshcookie

Measuring spoons

I notice that Delia is still using non-standard spoons in her lessons. If you want standard spoons, which I prefer, they are available in sets in most supermarkets.

If you want non-standard spoons you probably have them in your cutlery drawer already.

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Sally Dyke

Sally

I don't want a set for the same reason as Delia described and spoons that are sold now as table spoons etc are not the correct size. However those in the picture are the size I want and looked new.

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Sharon

Measuring spoons

Sorry if it appears somewhere and I haven't seen it, but could it be stated in grams what constitutes the spoon measures that Delia uses?

Thank you

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SonyaK

Cooking spoons

The volume of water is the same as the gram weight i.e a 15ml spoon will hold 15g water. Oil is a bit different but probably not enough to matter
But for solid foods the weight will vary, so I'd either stick to weights or spoon measures.

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queen jean

cooking spoons

hi noreen ive tried to find the spoons too but getting no each time .get on arthur price but nothing for fiddle spoons ,just dont know then .

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Nenna

spoons

I found the range on the site given by Noreen but it looks to me as though the range can only be bought in sets of six of each type, ie. 6 teaspoons, 6 tablespoons . This would work out very expensive for anyone wanting just one of each for measuring purposes. I, like Welshcookie, think this is very impractical, I prefer to use a set of measuring spoons as do most cooks in my experience. I can't understand Delia still advising readers to use the spoons she does, it is alright if you have those in your cutlery drawer but not much use otherwise. A set of measuring spoons is unexpensive and usually the same everywhere, perhaps a little different in Australia.

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Nenna

spoons

Sorry, spelling mistake, should be INexpensive not UNexpensive!

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Yummy

Cooking Spoons

Car Boots and Antique centres are the places to look out for old fashioned Dessert and Tablespoons. I have seen lots and lots of them out there, along with lovely flat round ended, bone handled knifes, ideal for butter spreading .

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Noreen, Board Moderator

Cooking spoons

OK - I have done a bit of investigating and I can tell you that the set featured in the Cookery School is from the Arthur Price Fine Cutlery range and are called Old English Fiddle, Delia's set are stainless steel.

They can be bought singly (just scroll down the page), Arthur Price call them Teaspoons, Dessert Spoons and Serving Spoons.

You can see them on this link
http://tinyurl.com/ckfu6h3

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Noreen, Board Moderator

Cooking spoons - for Sally

the answer is on this page...

http://tinyurl.com/cdj9l5o

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Nenna

spoons

Yes, I saw those, but they still work out very expensive for a set of measuring spoons, don't they? Over £30,
plus postage I expect.

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Noreen, Board Moderator

Cooking spoons

£40 including P&P. I suppose it depends on Sally's reason for wanting them...

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Nenna

spoons

Of course.

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queen jean

spoons

thanks noreen just found the spoons think il be asking ma in law if she got some rattling around in her cutlery drawer im sure she will have some or like yummy said trek round charity shops

 
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