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November 2, 2005

Left–handed double–hole wooden cake batter mixing spoon

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Amanda Hesser raved about this signature spoon (above) in her column in this past Sunday's New York Times magazine.

From her piece:

    ... It is worth noting that not all wooden spoons ... are created equal.

    The two–hole wooden mixing spoon made by ECM Woodcrafts in Pahrump, Nevada is designed for folding, beating and mixing ingredients and it works splendidly — and much more effectively than a rubber spatula — on... cake batter.

    The spoon comes in left– and right–handed versions.

$5 here.

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