Spoonachos – is my new project of spoon shaped nachos. Idea and concept is really simple and I hope everything is clear from presentation. I am very glad to present this project to the world. This is one of my many project that are waiting to be published. So stay tuned.
I hope that I will keep it coming in a row. Thanks for your time. Feel free to repost this project, as long as you link it to this web site. This project is for sale, so if anyone would like to produce Spoonachos, please contact me.
I’ll be first in line to buy these…sell the concept to Doritos and cash out!
Comment by James — November 5, 2010 @ 5:38 pm
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great idea…but theres already a Frito Lay product on the market called ‘Scoops’
Comment by rolff — November 5, 2010 @ 8:02 pm
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I LOVE YOU…this is fabulous
Comment by Priscilla — November 6, 2010 @ 6:25 pm
[…] “Spoonachos – is my new project of spoon shaped nachos. Idea and concept is really simple and I hope everything is clear from presentation. I am very glad to present this project to the world. This is one of my many project that are waiting to be published. So stay tuned.” w/ photos […]
This is a terrific concept. Sure, Frito Lay has scoops, but I love the name Spoonachos and the shape so much more. Great work!
simplicity & elegance, the equation diagram really helps to explain the concept as well, just beautiful!
Comment by Nick — November 9, 2010 @ 10:19 am
Your really thinking outside the box here & I’m all for it.
Any thoughts to introduce a knife and fork too? You could use them to cut and spear other food items and then gobble them up with the freshly cut and speared food.
They could be called utensiltillas.
Comment by Tom Seaman — November 9, 2010 @ 2:36 pm
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I think this is pure genious.
Sell it to Pringles – they are the preformed food products king. Sorry, but Scoops have nothing on Spoonachos.
I alos like Tom’s “utensiltillas” idea. Not disposable utensils, but EATABLE untensiles.
My mind is blown !!!1!
Comment by Jack — November 11, 2010 @ 1:16 am
Hello. I think you should try to get in contact with the subsidiary Tostitos, parent company being Frito-Lay. You should do it because of Scoops. They’re smart enough to see the potential in a product that beats their own product designed for the same thing. They’ll buy if they realize the potential threat that could arise if another were to buy your chips. Besides, they make the best tortilla chips made for dipping than even Doritos, also a subsidiary of Frito-Lay, they usually, mostly at least, add flavor to their chips. So try to sell it to the subsidiary Tostitos. Chips used with dip need to be plain. I think you may have to contact them and present it, however. Anyway, peace out.
Comment by Anonymous — November 11, 2010 @ 5:45 am
I love you idea and they’re lookin’ delicious =)
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Great idea. The ordinary nachos simple is not curved enough to do the jog the ‘spoonachos’ should. Make sure you got this quite interesting idea patented rather then just trade marked. TM covers you inadequately and is based on locations.
Comment by DK — December 1, 2010 @ 4:33 pm
What I dont understand is how youre not even more popular than you are now. Youre just so intelligent. You know so much about this subject, made me think about it from so many different angles. Its like people arent interested unless it has something to do with Lady Gaga! Your stuffs great. Keep it up!
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very good stuff. Do you have a RSS feed? And also will it be cool if I put in your feed to a blog of mine? I have a website that draws content out of RSS feeds out of a few websites and I’d like to add yours, a lot of folks don’t mind because I link back and everything but I like to get authorization first. Anyway let me know if you can, thank you.
And perhaps you could keep your Spoonachos to under16 calories per chip (that’s the freight on those dastardly Frito-Lay “scoops”). Good luck!
Comment by José PIETRI — March 5, 2011 @ 6:43 pm
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This idea is so great! I love it and I can’t wait to see it one day!! Excellent work!!
can i buy these?
Comment by rae — May 15, 2011 @ 9:39 pm
Where can i buy these in the UK? Near London or mail order
Well sorry to inform you, but you can`t buy it anywhere. No one is producing Spoonachos. That`s how much good ideas are worth… Thank`s for interesting. Cheers, Denis
Comment by Denis Bostandžić — September 5, 2011 @ 3:43 pm
I was just wondering why no one has made these yet? It’s a great idea
Comment by Steve — January 25, 2012 @ 4:13 pm
thanks, I appreciate. The answer to that question would probably stay the greatest mystery of all.
I really don’t know the answer.
Comment by Denis Bostandžić — January 25, 2012 @ 7:43 pm
DON’T SELL THEM TO DORITOS! SELL IT TO TOSTITOS!
I LOVE this! I happen to make the best salsa in the world…or so I’ve been told, and these would just complete the experience!!! Please get this done! Can’t wait…know they’ll be a big hit!
Comment by Nora — January 26, 2012 @ 4:06 am
Have you thought of putting this idea up on kickstarter (http://www.kickstarter.com/), then posting the project to reddit? The front page of the internet is fairly popular, and I’m sure there would be a few people who may be inclined to support such an epic endeavour!
Comment by Dave — April 5, 2012 @ 4:24 am
thanks for comment. I sent it to kick starter, but they were not interested. As it’s not the kind of ideas they support. That is how it works. Some ideas just can’t find their path to production.
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Where can I buy these? I have not seen these advertised anywhere.
Comment by Deborah — August 30, 2012 @ 12:51 pm
@Deborah – It’s not produced, so that is the reason why you can’t buy it.
Comment by Denis Bostandžić — August 31, 2012 @ 9:10 am