The Pursuit of Emptiness
The final smidge of peanut butter. The bottom dab of jam. The last skosh of melted chocolate. And the heartbreak when, despite our best efforts to liberate them, they end up in the garbage, trapped inside their containers. "Lifelong peanut butter addict" Chris Herbert's PB spoon ends this tragic waste of goodness. A silicone cross between a spoon and a spatula that bends to conform to different containers, it's got a pointed tip to get into hard-to-reach ridges, a flat edge to scrape out every last bit, and a rounded spoon face to deliver the prize to your mouth—or use the angled back to evenly spread it onto your bread of choice. Yum! Our only question is, why didn't this exist years ago? Sometimes you really have to wonder about humanity's priorities. Designed in Baltimore, Maryland. Made in China.