Hello, there.

From the beginning, we set out to create a gathering place for everyone who believes the kitchen is at the heart of the home, and food is the center of a life well-lived. Along the way, we've cooked each other's recipes, game-planned holidays, debated the finer points of stainless versus carbon, and experienced the laundry revelation that is dryer balls. In short, we've become a big food family—bursting with ideas and sharing them with warmth.

And there's just too much goodness not to make something out of it. So we are, together. We're proud to introduce you to Five Two, our new line of products for kitchen, home, and life. We're setting our sights on every room in the house—and remaking everything in it.

We couldn't have done it without you,

Amanda Hesser & Merrill Stubbs, Co-Founders


FIVE TWO WOODEN SPOONS ARE ALMOST HERE! 🎉

When we decided to give classic wooden spoons the Five Two treatment, we wanted our community to help lead the way. So we asked thousands of you: What do you love about your favorite spoon? You told us about how it does everything, lasts for generations, and has a place in your most treasured kitchen memories. We listened, learned…then, we elevated a classic.

Your trustiest single kitchen tool is now five, each with its own area of expertise:

  • The Mix Master: A classic spoon for muffin-batter stirring, risotto creaminess-enhancing, you name it. We made ours a little deeper for serving, too.

  • The Flip & Scrape: A turner-meets-scraper for pan deglazing (corners, handled) and flipping (tender fish filets, still intact).

  • The 2-in-1: A spoon with one side for mixing and stirring, plus a mini for taste-tasting and impromptu measuring (it doles out a tablespoon-ish).

  • The Corner-Getter: A flat-edged helper that gets every last bit of jam from the jar (or pasta from the pot).

  • The Big Dipper: A slotted design for everything from poaching eggs to scooping olives out of their brine.


WHAT MAKES A GOOD SPOON GREAT? WELL-THOUGHT-OUT DESIGNS, TESTED UNTIL WE GOT IT ALL JUST RIGHT:


YOU INSPIRED THESE BEAUTIES BY TELLING US ABOUT THE SPOONS YOU LOVE AND THE SPOONS YOU WISH FOR:

My mom’s wooden spoon belonged to her father, and it’s been worn down so it fits in your hand perfectly.
jessiecopemackenzie, whose spoon has spanned three (!) generations.
Definitely, smoothness is important. And a bowl shape deep enough to hold some broth or sauce for taste-testing.
cooksalot32, master of recipe-refining on the fly.
A long handle and an oval shape, nice and brown from years of service...never put it in the dishwasher!
elisa_prega, sworn protector of all wooden spoons.
Any shape will do. I love watching my spoons develop character.
bobplustwo, applauds uniqueness (we couldn’t agree more).

YOU CAN NEVER HAVE TOO MANY COOKS IN THE KITCHEN.

Let's Talk About Wooden Spoons


CHECK OUT THE KITCHEN TOWELS THAT SOLD OUT IN 3 DAYS!


MEET THE CUTTING BOARD THAT STARTED EVERYTHING.


FIVE TWO BEGAN WITH A GOAL TO MAKE THE THINGS WE OURSELVES WANTED TO OWN AND USE.


THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING. WE'RE WHIPPING UP THINGS TO MIX WITH AND STAND ON, SLIP INTO AND SLURP FROM.