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White Forest Spoons

Handmade Wooden Utensils

I am here to answer any questions

Please call me at

215-651-1061 or email wfspoons@icloud.com

To our dear customers and friends,

 During this difficult time in the world. We are hoping you and your families are safe and healthy. We don't have any idea as to how long this will be before we see you all again. As Shows have been cancelled I encourage you to shop my site. I will ship orders for FREE until we meet again.  

Update; 

Due to the current pandemic situation I will not be able to ship for about month. We will accept orders and ship them out  June 1st. Until then, Peace and Love. 

 

Spatulas

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More

Ladles

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Spoons

Spreaders

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Little things

Salad Sets

Other Stuff

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Offering durable, comfortable and highly functional products, White Forest Spoons is your trusted source for excellent handmade wooden kitchen utensils.

Since 1992, our products have found their way into the homes and hearts of countless clients, becoming favorite tools of chefs nationwide. Each spatula, spoon, ladle and more has been freeform cut, sanded into shape, and finished with beeswax and mineral oil to help protect and preserve the implement for years of use in your kitchen.

 

Most of our products are available for both left- and right-handed users, including the signature Spootch, a spoon and spatula rolled into one convenient utensil, and perfect for stirring and lifting foods you don’t want to stick to the bottom of your pots. With the diverse array of utensils in our inventory, there’s a perfect tool for every cooking task.

 

Following a 20-year career in graphic arts, owner Richard McCollum has spent the last two decades perfecting and reinventing the wooden kitchen utensil from his home in Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania. Take a look and see why countless customers have come to rely on his innovative and unique woodenwares in their kitchens.

 

For more information, call us at 215-651-1061 or email Rich at wfspoons@icloud.com.

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