spoons. . . “When I begin carving I look for the differing qualities in each piece, allowing the grain and character to influence the design. Each spoon evolves to have its own personality and when finished becomes a showcase for the limitless beauty of wood.”
This angled edge skewed cooking spoon has been handcrafted in Maine by one of the leading spoon craftsmen in New England. Pictured spoon is made from wild cherry. These woods all have beautiful grain patterns. You may choose either cherry, maple, walnut wood, or swiss pear. This handcrafted kitchen utensil has been one of my new designs for 2016 that has proven itself in my test kitchen. Great for stirring and general cooking because of the cut in edge allowing you to reach into the…
Keep this hand-honed spoon next to the stove to dip into sauces and soups for quick tastes as you cook. The extra-long design gets to the bottom of your biggest stockpot. Also a lovely, elegant server for delicate dressings. Pro Tip: Don't salt the soup until the end. Hand wash and dry. Care Instructions. Note: Our products are handmade made by craftsman and may have subtle variations in shape, color, and grain pattern which makes each piece completely unique.
Creating a pullout cooking utensil station for spoons, spatulas and oven mitts is an ingenious use of the rollout storage idea. A pegboard or perforated metal backing creates an easy (and affordable) backdrop for stress-free reachability.