There are two kinds of people who need a countertop-vessel for their kitchen utensils. The first is the kind that’s really seriously about cooking; their vast utensil library, full of specialty tools, cannot be contained to merely one kitchen utensil drawer. The second is the small space denizen, who may not have a drawer for their underwear let alone one for their slotted wood spoons.
That’s a lie. There is a third individual who prefers a utensil crock, and that’s the person who just likes the way one looks atop their counter.
Actually, there’s probably a fourth, come to think of it: the oven-as-storage type, who relies on the utensil crock as a domestic prop–an item that suggests to oneself or to visitors that one might possibly have a real utility for the things.
People: as uniquely varied as hand-carved wooden spoons since way before Sur La Table’s inception.
Live Simply: serving up countertop counterparts for humans since now.
(Well, yes, sometimes I get especially batty, and maybe this post was one of those times, but don’t you, too?)
Anyhow, get your utensil crocks here: