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  • In particular, I love my Maroc spreader knives the best
  • I like the decorative spiral on the bottom of the twisted metal handle
  • I think the smaller the tool, the heavier it should be
  • However, I specifically recommend these cocktail knives
  • They have been a great addition to my cocktail parties and one of the best finds I've come across all year

    • by Scarlet Hughes

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      I’ve always wanted a bunch of little knives, spoons and forks for serving appetizers. So, when World Market had a sale on theirs pieces a few months ago I snapped them up. I got a good deal on a bunch open stock little cocktail forks, spoons and knives and I’m very happy to have them.

      In particular, I love my Maroc spreader knives the best. I like the decorative spiral on the bottom of the twisted metal handle. But what I’m really pleased about is that the spiral is not just decorative. It actually provides a nice stable base for gripping the little knife with my thumb.

      This spreader also has a really nice weight to it. I think the smaller the tool, the heavier it should be. And I love that


      it appears to be one continuous piece of metal. That means there’s no way the base will start to separate from the handle. I’m a big fan of cheese spreads, and some of them are quite stiff. It’s nice to have a little knife that can stand up to the thicker spreads without bending. Before I got these I was making do with butter knives and this was happening a lot, especially with cheddar cheese logs. I also love that the knife end is quite large for such a small knife. It’s wide and almost triangular and I can get as much spread as I want on it in one go and not have to go back in for more. I really enjoy piling it up with whipped cream cheese for ...

      • spreading onto big crackers to make little cracker sandwhiches.

        I like the design of all the Maroc serving pieces. However, I specifically recommend these cocktail knives. I also bought some of the matching Maroc cocktail spoons. I like them, but not quite as much as the knives. I think the best thing about the little knives is how well designed they are. I like that they maintain a flat profile from end to end and the knife end is larger than the handle. I feel this makes them well balanced. If I stab one of these knives into a tub of cheese spread it stays where I put it. I have never once had one of these knives fall over or wind up on the floor. In contrast, I have

        a little spreader knife I got ages ago at Pier One that I hardly ever use. The handle is so much thicker and heavier than the knife end that it tends to fall over.

        Over all I think these little knives are very well made and very attractive too. I think spirals are a pretty classic design. They don’t say summer or winter to me so I feel comfortable using them year round. Even though I bought four of them, which should be plenty, somehow I feel like I need more. I hope they’ll continue to stock these. They have been a great addition to my cocktail parties and one of the best finds I’ve come across all year.




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