Does anyone know the maker of the wooden spoons that have a notch in the handles so that it can rest on the edge of a pan while cooking. I saw that Rachel Ray had one and I have been trying to locate one ever since.
Interesting. I haven't seen a wooden one but have a metal one. I searched on Amazon but couldn't find it.
When I first read your post I thought maybe it was the notched piece of wood that is sold to pull your hot oven rack out.
I'll stay on the look out.
I don't really think so or I am not visualizing where this would be. With my metal one it is very much a matter of balance. Thinking more, maybe a notch on both sides of the upper part of the inside of the spoon bowl near where the handle comes in--maybe that is what you were visualizing also. But it will have to be high up--or have a long spoon bowl or it won't "hang".
Location: I live in the Heartland of the United States - Western Kentucky
Never really had a problem. Guess I use a spoon with a long enough handle to prevent it from falling in. Also, like Andy M., I either put it across the top of the pan or in a spoon rest on the counter.
"As a girl I had zero interest in the stove." - Julia Child
This is real inspiration. Look what Julia became!