An entire museum dedicated to spatulas, you ask? Why not. I’m sure you’ve been in other equally oddball museums. If we can have a Mustard Museum and a Bead Museum then certainly we can have a Spatula Museum.
Actually, this site is a product of the side of my brain where weird wacky ideas pop out with no warning.
I am an amateur chef and a tool junkie. My kitchen is filled with high-quality appliances and gadgets. Particularly spatulas. I have a Cuisinart food processor (two of them, actually), a big 7-Qt Viking commercial mixer, a Zojirushi bread machine, a Vitamix 5000 series Professional Bender, etc. What is the one thing I use almost every time I’m in the kitchen? Right. A Spatula. Like any other tool, a good spatula should feel good in the hand and bring pleasure to it’s user.
A few weeks ago I noticed that I seem to have an affliction known as Spatula Acquisition Syndrome (SAS for short). A cable channel showed Weird Al Jankovic’s parody commercial about a big box store named Spatula City. Then it struck me: The Spatula Museum. I see nothing wrong with turning my growing collection of spatulas into an online virtual Spatula Museum.