Marrow-spoon. This is an adaptation for the trefid/rat-tail spoon with a hollowed out stem. It was created and used to extract the structure marrow from cooked bone fragments, this being regarded as a delicacy. Medicine spoons are often from the 18th and 19th century. Often double ended with a different dose measure on each end. There is also the caster-oil spoon that developed a closed recepticle using a hollow handle. This allowed the giver of the dose to restrict the flow of caster-oil until the recipient provides the bowl in the mouth. Cooking... what is this? Well my explanation is, this is the process of applying heat to raw food thus changing the physical state of it. This altered state renders it more tender, palatable and hence easier absorbed into our digestive systems.
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