Appetizer plates are a staple in kitchen cabinets alongside standard dinner plates, for serving salads, fruit, cheeses, desserts and much more. Smaller appetizer plates mean better aesthetics and overall functionality for the times when you don't need the excess size of a dinner plate.
Are you still spreading cheese with a butter knife or, worse, a spoon?! You need a cheese spreader in your cutlery drawer. Cheese spreaders are just the thing for enjoying a nice snack of cheese and crackers, or for helping guests more easily enjoy the charcuterie spread at your next party.
Resealable bags were once a staple item that accompanied you to school in your lunchbox, or to the local craft fair amongst an assortment of hand-made goods. Used to pack snacks and various trinkets, their simplistic plastic design was effective, but perhaps a little outdated too.
The sugar spoon is actually a versatile utensil that frequently comes in handy. Much smaller than the average spoon, sugar spoons were originally designed for scooping dollops of sugar out of designated bowls for adding to coffee, tea, baking mixes, etc. But sugar spoons are equally great for spice boxes, adding salt to recipes, serving garnishes, and a variety of other recipe additions where a little bit goes a long way. There are lots of unique designs available. Check out some of these great sugar spoon options we found to help shape up your utensil drawer.
Whether looking for a way to enjoy your favorite drink or sharing a traditional southern gift, mint julep cups are the perfect drinkware vessels for enjoying a signature cocktail and are specially designed to hold the mixed alcoholic drink, which typically consists of bourbon, sugar, water, crushed ice, and mint.