What’s that? Glad you asked.
That’s a new cooking gadget that turns dough into spoons that you can use and then eat. It’s not available just yet (these things take time), but you can sign up on the website to be notified of its availability.
We’ll give you a minute to do just that.
Great, now you’re one step closer to never washing another spoon again.
It’s kind of like a George Foreman grill/waffle maker hybrid, except its chief concern is baking evenly browned spoons for your consumption. So it’s an upgrade over pretty much everything else in your kitchen.
To get started, you’ll need some homemade or store-bought dough. Feel free to doctor that dough by adding seasonings, herbs or whatever else you like, as now’s not the time to get all practical.
Just think of the implications here.
—You can eat tomato bisque out of a sourdough bowl with a sourdough spoon, thereby eliminating dishes completely.
—Improve your chili with some kind of cornbread spoon.
—Eating curry? Great, have a naan spoon.
—Drizzle maple syrup onto your pancakes with a spoon that is also—get ready for it—a pancake.
But let’s not stop there. Because in theory, a pancake could also be your placemat. And your plate. And your napkin. And...
Sorry, got a little pancake-addled for a minute there.
But to recap, we’re eating spoons now.