How our wooden spurtles are made
10" medium-sized spurtle made in Lancaster, Pennsylvania by skilled craftsmen. Lancaster Cast Iron is bringing handmade tradition back to your kitchen.
Using your Lancaster wooden spurtle
The spurtle was originally invented in Scotland in the 15th century for stirring porridge. Since that time, it has evolved to become one of the most versatile tools in the kitchen. Not only is it useful for stirring, but also mixing, whisking, and spreading. It is useful for stirring oatmeal, mixing cake batter, flipping eggs, whisking sauces, and spreading icing.
Caring for your wooden spurtle
Our spurtles are carved from 100% pure natural Pennsylvania cherry trees. The Lancaster wood spurtle is light but extremely strong, durable, and food safe. It is easy to clean by gently washing with soap and water. To maintain beauty and finish, do not soak in water. Apply butcher block oil or mineral oil periodically to help maintain your spurtle. Extremely durable and backed by a lifetime warranty. Tested and designed for a long life of use in the kitchen.
Who we are
All of our handmade wooden kitchen utensils are made by Amish craftsmen. We strive to keep our supply chain and partnerships as local as possible. Each utensil in our set tells a small part of that story. Our passion is to design cooking and serving utensils 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.
10” Wooden spurtle
Designed for stirring, spreading and whisking
Handmade by Amish Craftsmen
Made from Pennsylvania Black Cherry
Made in Lancaster, PA