Mei heiligs Brettle
So, or so, the Swabian and the Swan would probably call his or her spade board with which they have been scraping the spit by hand into the boiling water by hand.
But what does a spade board look like? In any case, it must be chamfered forward, so that the tumblers then slide better into the water. Almost always it is made of maple wood, beautiful light, so it looks appetizing in the kitchen. And beware, never use the spice board as a cutting board, otherwise it will possibly be scratched by cuts and the dough will not slip so well anymore. Such a badge board needs to be well cared for, after all, it is a "Saint's Brettle".
The Swanish board has a lot of resemblance to an oriental rug, the more one enters and the other the more the spiked board we use the more valuable it becomes, it gets smoother, the dough slips better and better.
With this comes the knife, the spatula or a neat one Scraper with which the dough pieces are scraped by hand. Undoubtedly, of course, this will give the most beautiful spurts, but only if you master the art of scraping, otherwise the attempt usually ends in a small to medium disaster.
The spiciness must be beautiful but not too thin, and in no case too thick, evenly and unevenly scraped, because if they are too similar, it looks unnatural. But if the spatters are too uneven, then somebody could immediately come up with the idea that you do not master the "hand cockroach" ... OK, so one or two very big spatters go along with it, but no more, no more than three.
But each and every one of you will tell you something else and anyway, the most beautiful spit will of course scrape it.
Note Scraping a hand by hand is really not easy ...