Ev teak veneer
Ev teak veneer model Number: JCM-428-1230
Number of Pieces: 7
Type: Cooking Tool Sets
Kitchen Accessories: Cooking Tool
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Best Wooden Spoons in 2021
Ev teak veneer spoons are one of the oldest and most basic cooking utensils and a must-have in every kitchen. The benefits of cooking with spoons made from wood—as opposed to metal or plastic—are many: They won’t scratch pots and pans and are safe to use with nonstick surfaces, they won’t melt in boiling soups and stay cool to the touch even when left in a hot pot, and they’re strong and durable, sturdy enough to stir stiff batters and scrape cooked-on food from the bottom of a pot.
Solid wood spoons need to be hand-washed since dishwashers can dry them out and cause them to crack or split, but with the proper care, they should last for many years. Just because wooden spoons are simple, however, doesn’t mean they’re all created equal. In general, look for spoons made of a dense hardwood, like beech, maple, olive, walnut, or cherry, and from a single solid piece that won’t fall apart.
This elegantly curved spoon, carved from solid beechwood, features a tapered handle that’s comfortable to hold, with grooves that provide a more solid grip for your thumb. The head of the spoon has a tip that’s thin enough to scrape food from the bottom of a pot and slightly straight sides, which make it easier to scrape along the walls of a straight-sided Dutch oven.
The Ev teak veneer bowl of the spoon is deep enough to scoop liquids for tasting or mixing. At 12.5 inches, the spoon is long enough to keep your hand safely away from heat while stirring, and the handle has a large hole at the end so you can hang the spoon near your stove for easy access.
This reasonably priced solid beechwood spoon is 14 inches long, so it’s great for deeper pots or stir-frying at high temperatures. The rounded handle has a silicone inset (available in red, green, or purple) for a comfortable, non-slip grip, great for mixing stiff doughs or batters or making things that require constant stirring, like risotto or fudge.
OXO Good Grips Wooden Corner Spoon
The broad, deep head of this solid beechwood spoon has a flat edge that tapers into an angled corner, specially designed for scraping pot bottoms and reaching into corners. It’s best for deglazing pots for making gravy and would also be good for stir-frying or sautéing as the wide, paddle-shaped head can move a lot of food around quickly. The handle is sturdy, with rounded corners and a flattened top and sides, so that it’s comfortable to hold in a solid grip.
On the downside, the shape of the head means it would work best for right-handed cooks and it’s thicker and bulkier than some of our other picks, making it less ideal for tasks that would require a finer tool for more precision.
Handmade in Pennsylvania from solid pieces of cherry wood, these 11-inch-long “lazy” spoons feature a built-in notch designed to slip over the edge of a pot. That way the spoon can drip back into the pot when you need to set it down for a moment to get ingredients or tend to another dish, instead of leaving a mess all over your kitchen counter. It’s a clever design that’s available in both a right-handed and left-handed version.
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