When it comes to wooden spoons, chefs and home cooks alike can get pretty serious. Only true wood will do, and the best are hard, lightweight, durable woods like beech, maple, or the new eco-friendly favorite of many manufacturers, bamboo. Wood is naturally a little giving, which allows you to more easily scrape and stir contents on the bottom of a pot or pan, pressing on the spoon to give better contact. It's also softer on the hands, and with time, will slowly conform to the shape of your hand and pot.
Beautiful, all-purpose beechwood spoons effectively stir and serve food while looking great in the kitchen. These lightweight kitchen staples have broad bowls that cover a large surface area and easily reach into corners. Won’t scratch or damage nonstick cookware either. I'ts comfort handle is long enough for stirring stockpots filled with soups, broths, sauces and stews.