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    This is bugging me.

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    I wonder if it's for cutting oblong shapes out of fresh pasta sheets like for jumbo shells?

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    Quote Originally Posted by timothy View Post
    I wonder if it's for cutting oblong shapes out of fresh pasta sheets like for jumbo shells?

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    I was thinking along those lines too, like a pasta or pastry cutter, did some searching and found nothing like it.
    Since it's made in Italy I think we're all trying to tie it to Italian food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Correll View Post
    Since it's made in Italy I think we're all trying to tie it to Italian food.
    Well, then maybe it's a meatball picker upper.

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    I believe it is some type of coffee or espresso spoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave in KC View Post
    I believe it is some type of coffee or espresso spoon.

    https://eurocoffee.ae/products/lavaz...nt=39033753042
    Interesting. The shape certainly matches. The OP's pictures show a fairly sharp edge and a stamped profile that the Lavazza spoon doesn't. Is the hole edge machined, or is it just stamped out? I was thinking it was machined, now I'm not sure. Material and country of origin would also support the theory of a new style of coffee spoon.

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    Determined to learn what it is, I threw the pic on Facebook. The general consensus suggests it's a dieter's spoon

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