adj. Very deserving of a cooking utensil with a wide flat blade which is not sharp, used especially for lifting food out of pans.
Related terms: clone-worthy, bone-worthy, groan-worthy, yawn-worthy, barf-worthy, spew-worthy, spooge-worthy, schlong-worthy, gong-worthy, thong-worthy, hump-worthy, bonk-worthy, boink-worthy, lust-worthy, drool-worthy, stalker-worthy, meh-worthy, gah-worthy, ew-worthy, spanking-worthy, sponge-bath-worthy, tongue-bath-worthy, poodle-worthy.
Real citation: "Who writes stories ‘til three in the morning then gets up four hours later to write another one? Chris Tait does, he does. He wrote four spatula-worthy stories. A very honourable mention to a proofreading until Thursday Ben Hoffman. "
(University of Calgary Gauntlet, http://gauntlet.ucalgary.ca/?IssueDate=2003-10-23)
Made-up citation: "As the Bible says, 'Oh let the spatula of the spatula-worthy come to an end, but establish the righteous; their minds and hearts are fried in a skillet by the righteous God.'"