The best wooden kitchen utensils simply aren’t enough for Earlywood. When it comes to kitchen utensils, there are good. And then are are good.
Earlywood – Offering the best wooden kitchen utensils
For centuries, cooks everywhere have been using wooden utensils. They are practical and often bring memories of previous generations in the kitchen. I know it does for me! Anytime my grandpa was in the kitchen, I was right beside him on a chair, carefully eyeing every trick he had to teach.
Earlywood’s founder and head craftsman, Brad Bernhart, has been creating wooden utensils since his days in college. Over the years, his engineering skills, along with a love for what he creates have brought us the best wooden kitchen utensils!
Created in Red Lodge, MT, these utensils are extremely durable and offer an elegance to every kitchen. Yet, they are still characterized by minimalism — and it makes the perfect combination. These pieces reflect how I like our home — simple yet strong in use and design.
In our house, we eat a lot of biscuits. These spatulas help scoop up the perfect serving of butter, peanut butter, etc. I love how it easily glides onto the bread and doesn’t stick to the utensil. These are going to come in hand for numerous dishes!
Types of Utensils
- Flat spatulas
- Rolling Pin
The Large Spreader Set
Do you love entertaining guests? Earlywood’s Large Spreader Set is exactly what you need to spark a conversation! This lovely set includes four spreaders that can be used for buttering biscuits, making peanut butter & jelly sandwiches, or with a classy charcuterie board. The wide blades help scoop up a large portion of your spreads and don’t bend when in use.
These hardwood spreaders are a beautiful addition to my kitchen. I love seeing them in my utensil holder! The sample set includes each of the hardwoods: Mexican Ebony, Bloodwood, Jatoba, and Hard Maple. Or if you’d prefer to have all of one hardwood, you can order a set that way too!
The type of wood used in Earlywood’s utensils is just as important as the design. They experimented with over 20 types before settling on these four. Some woods created an unattractive odor, many had food stick to it, and others stain.
If you have little ones at home, the spreaders are perfect for their little hands to learn how to cut without using sharp knives. Consider them tools for hand-eye coordination lessons!
This set would make a great gift for newlyweds, as a housewarming gift, etc. It’s priced at $28.00 — an amazing price for the value you’ll discover in this set. In fact, they may even become heirlooms when properly cared for over the years.