Wooden Spoons
Wooden Spoons - $25 - $125 Are you tired of those flimsy, store bought wooden spoons that snap in two just as you begin to stir that giant vat of chili you’re cooking for the Superbowl party? If so, you should try one of my muckle (look it up) wooden spoons. Each spoon is carved from a single piece of hardwood harvested from our property (mostly maple, some birch).  Rough carving is done using power tools.  A chainsaw & bandsaw are used to cut the rough shape of the spoon.  The spoon’s bowl is roughed out using an Arbortech power carving wheel.  Final carving is done with planes, spoke shaves, carving knives & scrapers.  Finish sanding is done mostly by hand.  Each spoon is then hand rubbed with 4 coats of 100% pure, food grade tung oil (look that up too). It may seem like a lot of money, but don’t think of it as just a spoon, think of it as an heirloom. You can see some samples here. So why does this spoon cost $75?
Wooden Spoons - $25 - $125 Are you tired of those flimsy, store bought wooden spoons that snap in two just as you begin to stir that giant vat of chili you’re cooking for the Superbowl party? If so, you should try one of my muckle (look it up) wooden spoons. Each spoon is carved from a single piece of hardwood harvested from our property (mostly maple, some birch).  Rough carving is done using power tools.  A chainsaw & bandsaw are used to cut the rough shape of the spoon.  The spoon’s bowl is roughed out using an Arbortech power carving wheel.  Final carving is done with planes, spoke shaves, carving knives & scrapers.  Finish sanding is done mostly by hand.  Each spoon is then hand rubbed with 4 coats of 100% pure, food grade tung oil (look that up too). It may seem like a lot of money, but don’t think of it as just a spoon, think of it as an heirloom. You can see some samples here. So why does this spoon cost $75?
Wooden Spoons