I am a 5th generation wood worker but the first female in the lineage. I handcraft all types of wood spoons and kitchen utensils that are all functional and ready for use in your kitchen. I use beautiful southern cherry wood which is local to my central Florida home. I hope that you will find a gadget or tool for your kitchen and tell others about my spoons. My hope is that they will become family heirlooms for you for many generations.
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More will be added soon!
|Jan 28, 2017||Dade City Kumquat Festival, Dade City, FL|
|Feb 10,11,12 2017||S. Florida Garlic Festival John Prince Park Lake Worth, FL|
|Oct 21 2017||McIntosh 1890's Festival, McIntosh, FL|
|Oct 28,29 2017||Micanopy Fall Festival, Micanopy, FL|
|Nov 3, 4, 5 2017||Made in the South, Macon, GA|
|Nov 10, 11, 12 2017||Made in the South, Savannah, GA|
|Nov 24, 25, 26 2017||Made in the South, Jacksonville, FL|
|Dec 3, 4 2016||Tallahassee Market Days, Tallahassee, FL|
I am trying to keep up with holiday orders. I will contact you with shipping information after you order. Please order early! Enjoy your Christmas shopping!
My Thanks To Garden And Gun Magazine For Their
I want to thank Hobby Farm Home magazine for doing an amazing article on me!
Abby Trip Heverin is an amazing journalist!
Thanks also to Southern Living Weddings 2013 for featuring my spoons!
As I continue to work on my web site you may want to check out
my etsy shop at
or click the link below.
DJ Remington, owner, artisan
I prefer hand washing for my wood spoons using a mild detergent. If they begin to feel fuzzy, you can sand them with a brown paper bag and then apply mineral oil. If you want to take an extra step, I really like the Howard's Butcher Block Conditioner. It has vitamin E, Beeswax and Carnauba wax added to the mineral oil. Just these simple steps will provide years of use with your new wooden utensil.