Jonathan's® Wild Cherry Spoons
Wooden Kitchen Utensils
Wooden spoons are some of the simplest tools in our homes, yet have an unlimited variety of uses and designs to explore.
The Johnathan's Wild Cherry Spoons collection of handcrafted natural wild cherry wood utensils has evolved over 30 years of experimentation in the wood shop and kitchen. These spoons can serve anything, from soup to spaghetti, pudding to pie; they can spread, scoop, strain, whisk, ladle, grab, cut, peel, paddle, or pour. Use them at the stove or on the table.
Jonathan's® Wild Cherry Spoons ~ THE LEADER IN WOODEN SPOON DESIGN ~
The perfect gift for holiday giving. Handcrafted in Pennsylvania from sustainably harvested wood. Beautiful and functional these wooden utensils bring a sense of beauty and inspiration to any kitchen. The Original Lazy Spoon® is a favorite of Rachael Ray and was featured as one of Oprah's favorite things in 'O' Magazine. Christina Perillo, health advocate, and host of the PBS cooking show "Christina Cooks" loves Jonathan's® Wild & Crazy collection. Jonathan's® Spoons create spoons for all your kitchen needs: baking, cooking, mixing and stirring; plus we offer spoons for left handed chefs! Our folding tongs are fantastic for serving salads and baked potatoes, as well as multiple kitchen tasks. Every kitchen in America needs a collection of these wooden spoons and utensils.
Natural & Environmentally Responsible
All utensils come from beautiful wild cherry wood that is sustainably harvested from well managed forests. Our spoons are the perfect choice for the all-natural kitchen and use with Xtrema Cookware.
Every spoon handmade in the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
How to Care for Your Cherry Wooden Utensils
Love your spoons and they'll love you back! With proper care, your new Jonathan's™ Wild Cherry Spoon will last a lifetime.
- I recommend that you scrub them with a Scotchbrite® pad using soap and water.
- Occasionally oil them when you want them to look their best (natural coconut oil is my favorite!)
- I do not recommend using a dishwasher for any wood, as the drying cycle dehydrates wood too rapidly which can cause it to crack, and cleaning agents may age the surface of the wood. Other than that, people say my spoons survive their dishwasher’s just fine.
The color of my spoons will deepen with use, and with age their beauty goes beyond skin deep, becoming the cherished utensils that we always reach for, embodying the internal beauty of usefulness.