Black Walnut Wooden Spoon
Stir it up.
After undergoing 4 or 5 cycles of soaking, sun-drying, hand-sanding, and oiling, your new black walnut spoon is ready for long-term commitment to all your cooking needs—without becoming grainy and rough around the edges. The long handle (with a carved-in ring that makes the spoon easy to hang up) and the generous bowl of the spoon make it handy for anything from stirring to serving.
Photography by Rocky Luten and James Ransom
Details & Materials -
Black walnut, sealed with a blend of organic coconut oil and candelilla wax
12.5” L x 3” diameter (bowl) x 0.5” thick
Care & Notes
Wash with hot water. Do not put in the dishwasher or let soak for long periods. Periodically re-oil.
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