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When building your dining collection, we always recommend mixing and matching materials for dinnerware, flatware, and serveware to create a beautiful, textured table. One of our favorite materials for the dining room and kitchen? Wood, of course. We love it as an earthy, minimalist element as well as and its many technical advantages. Wooden cooking utensils are durable, don’t show scratches easily and are delicate on non-stick pans. Wood is non-reactive, so you don’t need to worry about leaving a metallic taste that steel kitchen tools can sometimes cause. Wood utensils are also don’t conduct heat, so you can leave a spoon in a slow cooking sauce and the wooden handle will never be hot to the touch. Though they may not be as easy to clean as silicone utensils, if you care for them correctly, wood tools have a naturally elegant look that will last for years.
Whether you’re looking for wood spoons and spatulas or plates and salad bowls, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite wooden kitchen tools. Read on for great wooden kitchen utensils to add rustic style and create a dreamy modern farmhouse aesthetic.
Oxo Good Grips Large Wooden Spoon
Wooden spoons like this one made from solid, one-piece beech wood are the ideal tool for cooking in nonstick pans as they won’t scratch or damage the coating of the pan. Mix soft scrambled eggs with this spoon and you’ll be a happy camper.
Acacia Salt Cellar
Keep your salt dry and safe with this acacia wood salt cellar featuring an easy to use swivel lid. It’s almost too pretty to put it in your spice cabinet.
Vintage Wood Charger
The contrast of ceramic or porcelain plates atop this vintage, hand-carved acacia wood charger make for a rustic-chic table.
Maplewood Nesting Bowls
Maple from the shores of Lake Michigan is used to make these simple, artisan bowls. Finished with natural bee’s oil, the bowls will remain supple if you fill them with salad tossed in oil-based dressing or rub them with flaxseed oil, beeswax, or carnuba oil. Nesting bowls are also perfect for compact storage.
Teak Pinch Bowls
Prepare your mise en place in these adorable pinch bowls made from teak wood, which is known for its versatility and sustainability. Alternatively, we love filling these bowls with salt and pepper for the table.
Acacia Wood Plates
Serve or dine with these 7”x7” square, handcrafted acacia wood plates.
Medium Dough Bowl
In the early 20th century, bakers would use wooden dough bowls to made bread in the morning. This vintage-style, mango wood bowl is inspired by that tradition with its oblong shape and useful handles.
These are some amazing wood cooking utensils you can buy.