COFFEE SCOOP - This scoop measures approximately 1 Tablespoon. It's compact size, (4 3/4") makes it perfect to store inside a coffee canister. $12
Pothanger - No need for a spoon rest with this handy spoon. It is contoured to fit the corners of a medium sized pot or a frying pan. It fits most pots and pans that don't have a lip on them. Great on Cast Iron,,,, my favorite and the non stick pots too! It measures about 12" and is also available in left handed. $15
Gravy/Sauce Paddle. - I love this little 9" long gadget for cooking. It is perfect for keeping the bottom of the pan scraped so nothing burns. It also has the benefit of the hole so that it mixes up better than just a paddle. It is great for sauces and gravies or even oil and vinegar recipes. $9
Tea Paddle/Stirrer - I use this little stirrer for mixing lime in my tea, mixing up chicken salad or even spreading mayo on a sub sandwich. It is great for stirring up food in between microwave settings. My new favorite use of this handy tool is in a French Press. A handy little 9 1/2" gadget for $8.
Bent Tip Stir Fry - This is one of the most used tools in my kitchen. I use this to stir fry hamburger meat, make omelettes, veggies and even sweet tea,,,,I think I use every utensil to make sweet tea! The contour of this utensil works great for fitting into the corners of pots and pans. My friend Cindy uses it to scoop banana pudding and I sell a lot of them for roux paddles. It features a pointed edge and a hefty, comfortable handle. 11 1/2" long $15
Bowl Scraper - This is a great utensil (9 1/4") for stirring and mixing any type of batter. It's great for pancakes, waffles, cookies, cakes, pies or anything you mix in a bowl. The shape works great for most bowls. My favorite is using it for hush puppies. I mix them with this handy gadget and then my husband cooks them. He says you can pick up just the right amount and plop it into the grease with no problem. No more scraping it off with your finger! $8
Cake/Cornbread Knife - This knife is chiseled to an edge capable of cutting cake, cornbread, pizza and pies. It is safe to use on all types of pans and stoneware. So protect your best stoneware and pans when you make a pizza using this knife. 10 3/4" long $10
Classic Spoon - The name says it all. There are too many uses to mention. It is actually a replica of a spoon that my husband's great grandmother brought with her from Italy to the US. I can only image that it was very important for her to bring it with her. This one is 12" long but I also make a 15" version too. (See longer version below) $17
Classic Spoon Extra Long - This is the long version of the Classic Spoon above. The bowl is actually a shade bigger but the same proportions. I love to use this one to make sweet tea and for cooking in the large pot pictured. It reaches to the bottom of the pot without my hands being too close to the heat! 15" long $20
Chunky Salad Set - This little chunky salad set is about 8" long and features comfortable handles for tossing. You could use them serving other items too. The closed spoon would make a great potato scooper when it's not being used as a salad set. $15
Elegant Salad Set - This salad set is more dainty than the Chunky set but is certainly sturdy enough to toss a good sized salad. They are about 10 3/4" long and could also be used for cooking or mixing batter. $18
Potato/Rice Scooper - This is a great utensil for serving anything with consistency....like grits, potatoes, rice, mac and cheese or broccoli salad. It is a compact 8" with a generous scoop on it. I also use mine for stirring in my smallest pot. $8
Sandwich Spreader - I love to use a wooden spreader. I use mine for mayo and mustard or PB&J or even frosting a cake or cupcakes. It's 9" long so it's great for reaching the bottom of the jar. $8
Wide Angled Spatula - This spatula is a great size (11") and shape. It is angled to be comfortable when using it as a stir fry and is tapered to a sharp edge to get under food like hamburgers or pork chops. It's great for scrambled eggs too. $16
Tasting Spoon - The perfect tasting spoon is one that is shallow (so the liquid can cool) but big around (to get a good taste!). It was hard to combine both of those and still be able to get it in your mouth. The pour spout fixed that dilema and you have what I call the perfect tasting spoon. (Thanks to my dear friend, John. It was designed for him). Then I realized a left handed person couldn't use it. So now I have both. 8" $15
Cheese or Pie Knife - This little 7" knife is chiseled on the edge to make it sharp enough to cut cheese, pie, pizza or cornbread. It's similar to the Cornbread Knife listed here only smaller. I like to use mine on a small wooden cutting board with a cheese ball or for cutting my homemade pizza that I make on my stoneware. I have some special pie plates that I don't like using metal knives on and this works perfect for pies too. $7
Round Spoon with Holes - This spoon is perfect for vegetables....especially conch peas! It's great for both cooking and serving. It features a generous bowl and flattened handle. It's also great for green beans, corn and other southern peas as well. It is 10"-11" long. $16
Oven Rack Push/Pull - Probably the most valuable tool in my kitchen. This is so much nicer than using oven mitts. My oven is kind of old so I use two of them, one on each side of the rack. One works for most ovens and is really nice for toaster ovens. No more burned fingers and arms from reaching in unprotected. (A voice of experience) $9
Spatula with holes or without - This is a handy spatula for numerous uses. It is about 10" long and carved to a chisel edge on the end with a comfortable handle. It is available with holes (maybe for draining a hamburger before you take it up) or without holes. Without holes $12 With holes $15
Crepe Spatula - Since I've never cooked a crepe before I can't say if it works or not, but that is on my list of things to learn. My customers really like this 12" utensil and not only use it for crepes, but also for cooking hamburger meat and flipping pancakes. The flipping part is about 7" so you have plenty of working space. It features a chisel edge on all three sides. I now offer a wider version (at the request of a customer, designed by a French student). It's about 2 1/2" wide. $12 thin $14 wide
Dutch Oven Spoon - This sturdy spoon is perfect for large pots and specifically a Dutch Oven. The shape of the tip of the spoon fits nicely in the corners of a Dutch Oven. I usually make them 18"-20" with sturdy, comfortable handles. $32
Small Dutch Oven Spoon - This is just a bit smaller than the Dutch Oven Spoon above but can be used better in normal pots on the stove too. It is about 15" long and features a generous bowl and hefty handle. It is also shaped to fit the contour of the Dutch Ovens as well. To compare this one to the Long Classic......the bowl holds more and the handle is much thicker. This is a great size for canning and making large pots of your favorite food. $25.00
Ice Scoop - I made this scoop for the cool freezers that have an ice bucket in them. It's also great for an ice chest or maybe if you have ice in an old galvanized bucket. It's about 12" long. I think it would work for flour and sugar too if you had a very large container of it! $15.00
Oversized Spatula - This spatula is 16" long and the flat part is 3 3/4" wide. It is great for grilling. I love it when my husband makes me salmon....this can pick up a good sized piece without it falling apart. Of course it would be great for hamburgers too. It would be a great Father's Day gift and you just might get a good meal cooked for you! :-) $22.00
Toaster Tongs - Everybody knows not to put a metal fork in the toaster, right? These are so handy for getting toast or bagels out of the toaster and there's no worry of getting hurt. I keep mine right on top of the toaster so they are always there. I also use these for frying bacon. They are about 8" long and less than an inch wide. $8.00
Stir Fry - This is a classic utensil that you will use all the time. It's great for stirring anything in a pan. It is great for stir frying hamburger meat, veggies or even keeping sauces stirred. It is carved down to a sharp chisel edge to cut up the hamburger as you are cooking. It measures about 11" long. $8.00
Roux Paddle - I wish I could say I knew how to cook with a roux, but this was designed by my brother who does know how! He's the best chef and he loves this roux paddle. It could also be used for other cooking as well, since it has a flat bottom and a sharp beveled edge. It measures about 12" long. $14.00
Sauce Spoon - I love the shape of this spoon and the sturdy handle. The sides are shaped to fit in the edges of the pot. I use this shape on a lot of utensils. It can be left handed as well. (Coming soon to the web site...email me if you're interested before I get them posted.) The theory behind the hole is to see the consistency of the sauce, as in spaghetti sauce that cooks for a couple of days. When it is just right, the chef knows by the trail the sauce leaves behind when flowing through the hole. Or a plain one without the hole is perfect for everyday use. It measures about 12" long. Without Hole $15.00 With Hole $17.00
Heart Spoon - This spoon makes the sweetest gift for Moms or friends. It is great for stirring in gallon jugs or in large pots where you don't really scrape the bottom. It would be fun to serve mashed potatos with this spoon at your special meals. I make them about 14" long to give you lots of options. $22.00
Tiny Tea Spoon or Baby Spoon - These are the spoons I'm usually hand carving at a craft show or when I'm sitting still. I thought they would be for babies and then realized how perfect they are for stirring small amounts of sugar or stevia in a cup of tea or coffee. They are small enough to fit in some sugar dishes. The edges are not sharp so babies can get their food and even bite on the spoon. This helps for teething babies too. $12.00
Wedding Cake Cutter/Server Set - This rustic wedding set has dual purpose. Use it at the wedding to cut the cake and serve and then use the server after the wedding for stir frying, scooping banana pudding or cobbler or making sweet tea. The knife can be used to cut pizza, pies, cakes, cornbread, etc. You will always be reminded of your special day for years to come every time you use these two items. $25.00
Olive Spoon - For the Bartender who has everything!! At 9" long it fits into an olive jar to grab even the last one. It has a drain hole in the bottom to get rid of the juice and you're ready for your martini! $12.00
Sauce Spoon Extra Long - I Love this spoon! I like to cook in large pots when cooking chili, brunswick stew, chicken pot pie, chicken pileau and other awesome meals. The spoons were never long enough so I made this sauce spoon about 18" long. I can make them any length (within reason) for the pot that you love to use. The corners have two different shapes to fit into the corners while stirring for a right handed chef. I can also make this one left handed. If you prefer a size other than 18" you can email me your request with your order and I will get back to you on it. It is a great deal at $18.
Pie or Pizza Server - This it the perfect untensil to serve your pizza or pie with rustic elegance. It is approx 12" long and is wide enough to serve up a good sized piece of pie or even a slice of a large pizza. $16.00
Deep Dish Heart Spoon - My Mom asked me to make a heart spoon turned the other way. I liked this one so much that I made it into a deep dish serving spoon. The shape of the tip really fits into the corners of the pot so it is great for cooking as well. I made it a little bit longer (approx. 14") so that is would be great for serving a big pot of chili or soup. It would be perfect for Valentine's Day or Mother's Day too! $25.
Salad Claws - I've made several different types of salad sets but this one is the most fun to use! They have a comfortable handle on the end and the "claw end" does a really good job of grabbing the salad. Approx. 7" x 2 1/4". These also make a very unique gift for housewarmings and wedding showers. $15
Muddler - When I go to the woodshop I like to take water with lime juice and fresh mint leaves. This muddler is long enough (12") to muddle in a large glass and makes a healthy way to receive your daily water requirements. However I have also had the approval of a bartender on the quality and functionality of this gadget. He said it is perfect for making mojitos! The bottom is slightly flat with tapered edges making it perfect to fit in the corners of different shaped glasses. Now I muddle all kinds of fruit into my water and have a different, yummy drink every day! I have to stay hydrated in this Florida heat! $11
Saute/Jar Scraper - I am very excited about this new handy utensil! It has a dainty, comfortable handle while still providing you with the durability and strength that my customers have come to expect from me. The fancy curved end is great for sautéing in a pan or pot and is 12" long so it is great for scraping out jars too. A bonus! Two very important features in one utensil! I've already used mine to scrape out a mayonnaise jar, spaghetti sauce jar and a peanut butter jar, not to mention sautéing fresh vegetables. $12
Beer Mash Paddle - Every craft beer maker needs a paddle that is long enough to reach the bottom of the barrel. This one is 36" long and 4 1/4" wide, featuring holes big enough for stirring mash effectively. This was designed by a very good craft beer maker! It is out of a solid piece of southern cherry wood. Please note that shipping times may take longer on this paddle. I will, of course email you with an expected ship time which shouldn't be longer than one week. The shipping may be overcharged if ordering this with another item but I will reimburse you the over charge.
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