Ever experienced the frustration of not being able to reach the bottom of a jar with your spoon or trying to scrape the bottom of a blender? Enter the Earlywood Tasting Spoon. Our hardwood tasting spoons are long enough to reach the furthest corners of your kitchen implements. As a bonus, these wooden spoons are ideal for defending batches of freshly baked cookies or stirring a big glass of chocolate milk.
- Use as dessert spoons when you're feeling fancy. - Taste sauces, soups, broth, dips with ease. - Wooden tasting spoons will not distort the flavor profile of foods. - Give dinner guests their own to take home. - Save when purchased as a set of 4.
This is, well I'd tell you what it's called but I'm not sure what I'm going to call it yet. (laughs) It's probably gonna be called the tasting spoon or the tea spoon or the iced tea spoon maybe a stirring spoon. I'm not quite sure yet. This is actually the longest utensil I make. It just, I think, took the lead, it's just a hair longer than the the medium classic ladle. Just by a little bit, it's probably about thirteen and a half inches long. I spent a lot of time designing all these other designs because they're super functional and that was always my goal. I wanted to make these just because I really like the way they look. I thought they'd be fun to use and fun to have in the kitchen. Three or four of these in three or four different woods in the kitchen, you know in a jar propped up in the corner would actually look quite nice as well. The most common uses that I've heard so far are stirring deep jars of tea, mixed drinks, they're great for stirring sauces and they're great for tasting sauces as well. They are long enough to get down to the bottom of any pan and get down there and get all that stuff out of the inside. One of our testers said she's been using hers when she makes a smoothie in the morning and she's able to get all the little pieces out of there.