This frying spatula from Hazel wood utilises a natural bend in the wood to achieve the desired angle for shallow pans. It currently resides in our kitchen, reserved for savoury cooking.
This spatula (or 'fish slice') of beautiful Plum heartwood is reserved just for pancakes and other sweet cooking in our kitchen.
Carved from Ash wood, this spatula follows the grain to achieve a natural form. It has the letter 'R' inscribed for the person who received it.
I carved this small chopping board from a Birch tree that needed felling in our own garden in order to allow its neighbours to grow bigger. It has been my companion for several years now, having had a lot of fresh garlic chopped on its surface.
This Birch wood porridge spoon has been in our kitchen stirring porridge for years