I'm a woodworker, not a chef. I've been making some spoons that have had great reviews due to their handle shapes. I personally test the feel of each handle dozens of times throughout the process of making each spoon.
But, that's only half the spoon. So, what about the scoop end? My current ones are designed more for stirring, but can't necessarily hold much.
If you were to describe the perfect wooden spoon, what would the scoop end be like? Consider:
* Hook angle
* Scoop depth
* Scoop size
* End shape
* (other features you would find important)
In a nutshell, I'm trying to create a spoon that would essentially sell itself once it gets into the hands of a chef...not one that just looks cute on Etsy.
So, from the perspective of chefs, how would you describe the scoop end of the perfect wooden spoon?