Kitchen Utensils - Essentials
Stock your kitchen with a few essential tools!
Spatulas are wonderful for flipping, tossing, and serving food. Flip your food in style with this good-looking spatula crafted from sustainable mesquite wood. Measures 11" long x 2.5" wide.
The peanut butter spreader works wonders in getting your peanut butter out of the jar and comes in handy for all your whipping, spreading, folding, and icing needs. Measures 10" long x 1 3/8" wide.
Smooth, round and lightweight, the shape and texture of this mesquite stirring spoon makes mixing sauces and blending ingredients more effective. Measures about 11.25" long x 2.75" wide.
Wood utensils are heat resistant, environmentally friendly, and easy on your cookware! Safe for nonstick pans (no scratches!) and non-reactive, so go ahead and use them with pickles, vinegar, tomatoes, and other acidic foods.
When taking care of your wooden kitchenware, clean with warm soapy water, and let them air dry. Apply an occasional light coat of food-grade mineral oil, and you’ll enjoy them for years to come!
About Ron & Christine Sisco
Ron and Christine Sisco have been handcrafting wooden kitchen utensils and breadboards for more than twenty-five years. Their work is created with sustainable domestic hardwoods, specifically mesquite, cherry and black walnut. Ron and Christine use the natural flaws they find in the wood to inlay turquoise, malachite, river rock and other stones. Using the natural cracks and knots in the wood as part of the design enables them to choose interesting pieces of wood that otherwise would never see their full potential.
Everything they create is fully functional. Often, we hear from customers that their work is too pretty to use, but we disagree. Life is to short not to surround yourself with beauty!