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In this hand carved wooden spatula tutorial, I will show you how I transformed a piece of olive board into a beautiful kitchen utensil. All you need are a few carving tools and a jigsaw. A little time. A little patience. But, oh, what a reward when you’re done. This will be a great addition [...]

In this hand carved wooden spatula tutorial, I will show you how I transformed a piece of olive board into a beautiful kitchen utensil. All you need are a few carving tools and a jigsaw. A little time. A little patience. But, oh, what a reward when you’re done. This will be a great addition...

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Hand-carved Spatula from various wood. Sealed with natural, food safe oil. Heat-resistant and safe to use with liquids. You can select wood type from; Walnut, Maple, Beech, Douglas Fir and Oak. Care: wash by hand using scrub pad in the grain direction. Not suitable for dishwasher or leave it in

Hand-carved Spatula from various wood. Sealed with natural, food safe oil. Heat-resistant and safe to use with liquids. You can select wood type from; Walnut, Maple, Beech, Douglas Fir and Oak. Care: wash by hand using scrub pad in the grain direction. Not suitable for dishwasher or leave it in water for extended periods of time, dry with a cloth and let air dry. Dimensions; 31cm Length x 7cm x 1.5cm thickness

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Perfect wooden scraper for cooking purposes. It is really sharp on the straight line and also on the curved side so you can use it to scrap and cut dough or already baked things. Available in walnut (darker wood on the photo), plum (reddish), pear & cherry (orangish wood). Dimensions: 15cm x 10cm. Personalisation also available - see photo with engraving!

Perfect wooden scraper for cooking purposes. It is really sharp on the straight line and also on the curved side so you can use it to scrap and cut dough or already baked things. Available in walnut (darker wood on the photo), plum (reddish), pear & cherry (orangish wood). Dimensions: 15cm x 10cm. Personalisation also available - see photo with engraving!

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Spurtles    The spurtle (or "spirtle") is a Scots kitchen tool, dating from at least the fifteenth century. It was originally a flat, wooden, spatula-like utensil, used for flipping oatcakes on a hot girdle the Scottish equivalent to a griddle.  Over time, the original implement changed shape and began being used specifically for stirring oatmeal and soups. The rod-like shape is designed for constant stirring which prevents the porridge from congealing and so becoming lumpy and unappealing.[...

Spurtles The spurtle (or "spirtle") is a Scots kitchen tool, dating from at least the fifteenth century. It was originally a flat, wooden, spatula-like utensil, used for flipping oatcakes on a hot girdle the Scottish equivalent to a griddle. Over time, the original implement changed shape and began being used specifically for stirring oatmeal and soups. The rod-like shape is designed for constant stirring which prevents the porridge from congealing and so becoming lumpy and…