Best Wood For Cooking Spoons

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When choosing the best wood for cooking spoons, consider the type of use and style. A broad, deep head and flat edge with an angled corner are ideal for scrubbing bottoms and reaching into the corners of pots. A broad, shallow handle is ideal for stir-frying, deglazing pots, and scraping food from the bottom. Solid beechwood spoons have a comfortable, firm grip and have rounded corners.

A spoon made of Mahogany is an excellent choice for those who cook frequently. Mahogany grown in Fiji displays a low radial shrinkage and a 1:1 radial and axial shrinkage ratio.