Approx. 35cm long with a 7cm wide head, this kitchen friend is of our own design, and serves multiple uses. The curved left-hand side scrapes the sides of bowls and pans, the flat inner curve cups grains, rices, and similar foods, and its spoon-like head (and strength) is ideal for stirring. As the head is curved - but not recessed - like traditional spoons, it can easily be scraped against the edge of the pot to dislodge food. The less exposed grain also means less bacteria caught in your treenware.
The piece is individually made in our small workshop in Deception Bay, Moreton Bay, oiled with Australian natural mineral oil, and buffed with our own Wood Butter conditioner. The wood is recycled from 50 year-old housing beams, and brings a rustic charm to any kitchen. It is also available in recycled cypress wood, naturally anti-bacterial camphor laurel, and each can be bought with the optional grooved handle.
Like all our treenware, it comes with a "Fancy Firewood" tag, and a "Caring for your Treenware" pamphlet.
Please note that our artisanal pieces can vary slightly in shape and appearance, as we work around knots and imperfections in the wood we source. Our pieces are all oiled and waxed, and not varnished. We're careful to pick out any that show cracks in the crafting, though wood is a natural material, and flaws can develop over time. We pride ourselves on making pieces that last, and pick out any that show flaws during their crafting, though please reach out to us if you experience any failings during reasonable use.
|40 × 10 × 4 cm
Red Gum, Camphor Laurel, Cypress