This cooking tool is designed for use in a home in Suzhou, China for the purposes of entertaining long-time friends and guests. On this occasion, it is traditional to serve the family’s special: Pork Bone and Bamboo Soup. The ladle I created is specifically designed to take out the pork meat first before filling 2/3 of the bowl with soup so that when one serves both the broth and meat, the soup will neither splash onto the table nor the guest. The design of this tool will reflect the origin, nature and aesthetic of the Chinese culinary culture. Drawing inspiration from the mundane streets of Suzhou, from the steam gushing out from woks on the busy streets to the watering of blooming flowers in the home of a family of three, the design will seek to capture the liveliness of fresh plucked vegetables and Grandma’s homemade soup.