Wood Kitchen Utensils

The best handmade wood cook's utensils and spoons are Maple and Cherry.  And crafted with quality, balance and usefulness in mind. Properly seasoned and cared for, wood kitchen tools will last a lifetime.

The tight grains of Maple and Cherry come from North American trees that produce hard, durable woods that resist staining because moisture can't penetrate as easily as it can with other softer, less dense woods like beech or walnut.  Both Maple and Cherry will hold a finely sanded finish, warding off the "fuzzies."

Every cook and chef has a handful of favorite kitchen tools that are essential in his or her kitchen. Many are handed down, one-of-a-kind finds and some are from a time when you went to the local carver, whittler or wood worker to have yours made to fit your hand.

Here at New Hampshire Bowl and Board, we know one size does not fit all...but here are a few hard working tools we hope will add to your pleasure in the kitchen and at the table.