Measuring spoon is one of important part of the kitchenware in the kitchen
E-BON E-BON 2017-04-27 20:19:39
Teaspoons and tablespoons are unofficial measurements. They're not legally defined because they aren't used in commerce or in science, so they never seemed to merit the attention of government. In North America, compliance in measurement accuracy for any measuring utensils isn't enforced.
Metal and plastic ones usually have holes in the end of the handles, and are joined together by a ring passing through the holes. The rings keep the sets together; the spoons in the set nestle together for storage into each other's bowls. Some plastic ones detach easily from their rings for separate use, then snap back on for storage. Thus starts the great debate everyone has with themselves: do I leave my set of Measuring Spoons all together, so that they're easier to find and one of them doesn't go astray, or do I take them apart, so that when one is dirty, only one has to be washed, and so that when I'm using them, I'm not trying to keep the dirty one that has butter on it from flopping into the baking powder that I'm measuring with another of them? Some people take them all apart, and solve the "storing together" problem by dedicating a slot in their drawer divider to them.