Gift Guide: How to Feed a Wooden Spoon
December 14, 2016
Last year someone (who will remain nameless) put my antique Dansk salad bowl into the dishwasher. I almost cried when it emerged. I tried everything to save it, but what ended up working best was this spoon butter made from olive oil and beeswax. I’ll never be without it again. It makes all my wooden bowls and utensils extremely happy.
The spoon butter is surprisingly pleasant to use, smoothing across the wood’s surface with little effort. It has a pleasant aroma too, so my hands are happy too. One more bonus: it lasts a long time and only costs $12.
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Would this work on a wooden cutting board?
Jackie – Yes, it would work on any wood surface.
When we moved into our home 2 years ago, we were dismayed to see that the kitchen countertops were dark Brazilian walnut. We enjoyably cook constantly, they obviously didn’t. The countertops are beautiful but are a whole arena of upkeep to folks that cook. The previous owner left me a bottle of mineral oil and suggested once a week oil application. That didn’t work well and they looked a bit dry instead of luxurious also. I did some research and found the greatest product on Amazon.com / Clapham’s Beeswax Salad Bowl Finish, 8-Ounces, $18.95. That 8 oz. lasted me almost 2 years with using it on all countertops, cutting boards…anything wood. The wood takes on a protective, beautiful, and lasting finish. It made life much easier and less stressful.
Thank you so very much for featuring our Spoon Butter! I am so happy to hear that you have enjoyed using it enough to share with your audience. Merry Christmas!
Just ordered 3 of them! Can’t wait to try it
Trying to locate Old World Kitchen, to order spoon butter, disappeared from Goggle, please help! Others available, different ingredients, I want yours!
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