This time, though, I got a chance to get my hands on the product while it's still on Kickstarter. And as soon as I saw it, I wondered why it took so long for this to exist.
The Le' Cook spoonula is a silicone spoonish-spatula with a hook. Literally. A hook that lets you hang it on the edge of a pot.
That's it. That's the concept. And it makes so much sense. If you want to leave the spoonula in the pot, you can. If you want to hang it, you can. If you take it out of the pot, the hook keeps the spoon-end off the counter.
Speaking of the spoon in spoonula, this isn't a deep spoon. You won't be using it to serve soup. But it's got a gentle curve to it that makes is spoonish rather than a flat spatula.
Who's it for: People who stir things when they cook. Seriously, it's a basic item.
Pros: Simple concept that actually works.
Cons: Like any startup these are more expensive than what you'll find at the dollar store bargain bin.
Wishes: I imagine they'll make more styles eventually, so I won't even mention that.
Source: I received this from the manufacturer for the purpose of a review.