Wooden Spoons: Almost Too Pretty To Use

Wooden Spoons: Almost Too Pretty To Use

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Kate Legere
Jan 31, 2012

I don't think there's such a thing as having too many wooden spoons. They're useful, long lasting, and lovely when put on display. Here are a few particularly special ones:

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1. Wooden Spoons, $10 and up from Live Wire Farm: Handcrafted from hardwoods grown in Jacksonville, Vermont. The wood is cut, naturally dried for 24 months, then crafted into its final shape.
2. Painted Spoons, $30 from Milk Farm Road: Vintage wooden spoons that have been updated with painted handles. I spotted these beauties on a recent House Tour.
3. 2 TBSP, $38 from Spoonmaker: Handcarved from hardwood, you can cook, measure and serve with these spoons.
4. Olivewood Mixing Spoon, $12 from Brook Farm General Store: Olivewood mixing spoon for cooking, baking and tasting. Made in Spain.
5. Hand Carved Wooden Spoon, $35 from erinag: Carved from basswood and finished with beeswax and walnut oil.

Related: Left & Right-Handed Wood Spoons from Shaker Workshops

(Images: via the stores in links above)

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