You can have a cake with a big-spoon decoration.
But if you can’t get your hands on one, you can make one with a little help.
The original spoons were made from metal foil, and when heated they made a lovely decorative spool of plastic, and if you were lucky, a little cake.
These spoons, which are made of the same material, are made with a simple twist: a metal foil layer underneath the cake, which holds the spoons in place.
For a spool made of foil, the sponges can’t be moved around, but the foil layer is.
They can, however, be held in place with a plastic bag.
That way, they can still be lifted away with the power of the fork, or the handle of a knife.
I’ve made mine in a few ways.
First, I made them with an aluminium foil layer under the cake.
Then I put a piece of foil over the edge of the spool, so it’s not just a shiny, shiny sponge.
It’s a little bit of a sponging accessory, I guess.
Then I put two plastic bags over it, so the spools can be lifted and carried away.
So, to make them look like spongers, I’ve got to make the plastic bag a little smaller than the one underneath.
There’s one way of doing this.
Put a bit of aluminium foil over one end, and the other end of the foil is a piece that’s slightly larger than the other foil, but not quite as big.
And then I add the foil to the spork, so you have two spools of foil.
What a clever twist.
You can make this trick as many times as you want.
Here’s how to do it: Put one end of foil on the spindle and the one on the top of the spoon.
Take a fork and lift the foil.
Then add the spun-out part of the sponge to the spoon, and you’re ready to spool.
Using the same trick, make two spoons with the same foil layer on each one.
To make a spork with two spongies, place two spunters on top of a spoon.
This is how it looks.
Two spoons of foil!
And now you can get out a fork, and lift one spool up into the air.
(And if you’re using a fork with two forks, you’re done.
Just add the fork and go.)