What would a Scotsman do with a spurtle?


What would a Scotsman do with a spurtle?

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  1. A scotsman eat porridge (it’s a spoon) with a spurtle.

    The spurtle (or “spurtel”, “spurtil”, “spirtle” or “spartle”) is a wooden Scottish kitchen tool, dating from the fifteenth century, that is used to stir porridge, soups, stews and broths. The rod-like shape means that porridge can be stirred without congealing and forming lumps, unlike a spoon that would have a dragging effect during stirring, and the low surface area reduces the chances of porridge sticking to the instrument.

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