How we make our wooden spoons
Hand-carved by local Amish craftsmen and artisans, Lancaster wood spoons are made from sustainably harvested North American hardwoods including American Black Cherry, Maple, and Eastern American Black Walnut. These trees are native to the Eastern United States and are ideal hardwoods to use for hand-carved spoons. Each wood spoon is individually cut and sanded smooth. Our wooden spoons are ready for immediate use in your kitchen.
Using your wooden spoon
Our wood spoon is one of our most versatile cooking utensils. It is useful for cooking sauces, stirring vegetables, and serving at the dining room table. Unlike metal spoons, traditional hand-made wooden spoons do not transfer heat during cooking and are safe to use on all cooking surfaces, including your cast iron skillet
. Our wooden spoons paired with our handmade spatula
combine as an excellent utensil set
How to care for wooden spoons
Lancaster Cast Iron spoons are oiled with food-grade mineral oil to preserve them for a lifetime of use in your kitchen. After each use, hand wash with warm soapy water and towel dry your wooden serving spoon. Periodically maintain with spoon and board wax
to keep the wood from drying out.
Who we are
All of our handcrafted wooden spoons and utensils are made by Amish craftsmen. We strive to keep our supply chain and partnerships as local as possible. Each carved wooden spoon 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.
12” cooking spoon with long handle
Made from Pennsylvania Black Cherry, Maple, or Walnut
Used for cooking, stirring, and serving
Made in Lancaster, PA