How our wooden pasta fork and spaghetti server is made
All of our wooden utensils, including the wooden pasta fork and spaghetti server, are handmade in Lancaster, Pennsylvania by local woodworkers and artisans. Each utensil is carved and hand sanded to a smooth finish. Utilizing local partnerships and local resources is a priority for us. This allows us to be both friendly to the environment and supportive of local industry. It is available in Black Cherry, a hardwood sourced from the Eastern United States.
Using your wooden Lancaster pasta fork
Handmade by Amish craftsmen, our 12” wooden forks are an important tool for every American kitchen. Designed with multiple uses in mind, the wooden kitchen fork can be used as a pasta server or spaghetti server, a meat fork for roasts, turkeys, and chickens, or as an all-purpose fork for cooking.
Caring for your wooden pasta fork
Ready for immediate use in your kitchen, our wooden cooking forks are easy to clean and maintain. For long-term care, hand-wash and towel dry, periodically wiping with wooden spoon wax
or food-grade mineral oil to keep your wooden fork from drying out.
Who we are
Made in Lancaster, our wooden spaghetti servers are made from locally sourced Pennsylvania Black Cherry. These native hardwoods are sustainably harvested and can be found throughout the Eastern United States. We strive to keep our supply chain and partnerships as local as possible. Each artisan-made wooden pasta server tells a small part of that story. Our passion is to design cooking tools that enrich your life through time spent making delicious food, enjoying home-cooked meals, and building relationships around the dining table. All of our kitchenware products are designed and made in the USA and come with a Lifetime Guarantee.
12” long and 2” wide
Used for serving, twirling, or cooking pasta
Handmade by Amish Craftsmen
Made from Pennsylvania Hardwoods
Made in Lancaster, PA