i love using wooden spoons for cooking. i saw your crafted
spoons mentioned in the march/april issue of hobby farms.
I would like to receive a catalog of your products.
Sharon L. Volcko said:March 27, 2013 3:39 am PST
Read about you in Hobby Home Farm Iannot wait to purchase items. I love the olive spoon just what I need for my martinis!!! Fun gifts!!!
Louise Comeau said:March 26, 2013 9:11 am PST
LOVE IT!! I recently purchased the left handed pothanger, the best thing in my kitchen since the electric stove. I'm in the process of ordering another spoon for my left handed daughter. Thank you for thinking of us.
Johnn said:March 17, 2013 3:40 pm PST
It seems I'm on the internet quite often looking at different sites that make wooden spoons. I also make wooden ware (since 2002) I am in the process of writing a book on wooden kitchen utensils. In one chapter I will talk about wood toxicity. I think this is an area that is the most neglected by those that make wooden spoons. Just from looking at your utensils, most of them seem to be made out of maple. Maple is an excellent choice for wooden ware. I make mine out of Osag Orange. I have a tea spoon that I made out of Osage that has been continually soaking in water for 9 years. I take it out and dry it once a month to see what effects water has on the wood. It only takes 5 minutes for it to completely dry. Then I add more water and let it soak for another month.
Anyway, if there is anything you would like to see me add to my book, I would like to hear it.
David Keller, New Franklin, Ohio said:February 5, 2013 11:06 am PST
Just read the Fort Remington Wood Spoons article in the March/April of Hobby Farm Home. An order will follow when my tax refund hits the bank.
Tricia Minturn said:February 2, 2013 5:59 pm PST
I too just finished your article in Hobby Farm and also live in WI. Your olive spoon caught my eye as did your long sauce spoon.
Diane said:January 30, 2013 6:41 pm PST
Just finished reading your article in Hobby Farm Home. Your spoons are beautiful, can't wait to order one or maybe two. I think your prices are very reasonable.
I live in Wisconsin so I will keep up with your produces on your website.
jr maxwell said:January 27, 2013 8:55 pm PST
I too make spoons and other kitchen utinsils, a bit different patterns than you and all are hand made. of course I use power tools too but never a pattern. Funny though, I remove extra wood to make them, don't know what they have until I start cutting usually. I use some Juniper, pine and oak. I have been doing this off an of for abut 40 years, still learning but am not in the business to sell, at least not as you do. Keep it up girl.. and I notice no ladels, bean pot ladels. I love them... Jr
Rick Bush said:November 2, 2012 8:48 am PST
Love your spoons & love you...miss you guys!
Charlie and Jan Fisher said:May 15, 2012 1:18 am PST
To nice to use in food but we will try. Great stuf ya'll!
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