American Elm or Curly Maple Mini Spatula. Handmade Wood Utensil. Handcrafted Wood Spoon. Wood Kitchen Utensil. Wooden Serving Paddle.
Available in elm and curly maple!
Cannon River Bowl & Spoon takes immense pride in using salvaged and reclaimed locally sourced woods.
I have a dream! A slender long-handled utensil I could use to scrape down the sides of the blender, or as an iced tea spoon, or as a microwave tool, or for scrambled eggs, or for small sauté and sauce pans, or...here it is...The Perfect Mini-Paddle! Favored by my patrons for nearly 3 years now, they typically come back for more to give as presents to share the joy.
2 1/4'' wide x 11 1/2'' long.
This is a representative example of the one you will receive. Slight variations in color and grain are the norm. Multiple coats of an FDA approved hardening oil makes a very durable and low maintenance finish. Touch up instructions provided with purchase. Shipping to continental U.S. only from Cannon Falls, Minnesota.
General Care & Maintenance:
Hand wash (do not soak or place in dishwasher) with soap and water. Towel dry immediately. To condition, apply Howard's Butcher Block Conditioner as per directions after the first three uses. Reapply when water no longer beads on the wood surface when washing.
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Quality, Customer Service. The quality of the product is outstanding. Today after I bought the cutting board, I went to other booths that were selling wood products just to touch the items. OMG such a difference. Having worked as a furniture finisher I can feel the attention to detail and the LOVE that goes into the finishing process. (Purchased ash round cutting board; August 2, 2016 via Square customer feedback.)
This bowl is just beautiful. So smooth and soulful. It's supposed to be a gift which I haven't mailed out yet… it's hard to part with! I love it! Thank you! (Purchased 9" cherry bowl; January 13, 2016 via Etsy.com.)
The struggle when buying Cannon River is…do I use it in my kitchen? Or do I frame it and hang it on the wall? (Purchased walnut serving ladle; June 11, 2016 via Etsy.com.)