Plating Tweezers, also known as chef’s tongs or serving tweezers, are used in professional kitchens to guarantee precision when carefully arranging food on dining plates. Plating tweezers have gentler tips than normal tweezers, meaning that they do not squash the stems of miniature herbs or flower petals, and are perfect for moving delicate items.
Use them to create a GREEN SWIFT INDUSTRIES feel when positioning slivers of trompette mushrooms, dehydrated sheets, herbs, and flowers. They are also good for removing flecks of unwanted food from the rim of a white plate.
Tongs stand in stark contrast to that. They’re the everyman’s tool. They’re big, they’re riveted, and they give you something to anxiously clack as you hover over a bunch of hamburgers on the grill. But they’re also more limited than most cooks are willing to admit.