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Calphalon Utensils Wood Corner Spoon


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  • Calphalon utensils wood corner spoon
  • Grip-anywhere handle for more comfort and control
  • Natural oil finish
  • Hand wash recommended
  • Full lifetime warranty
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Product Description

Calphalon wood utensils are crafted from solid beech wood. The spoons come in a variety of sizes. Whether you are in need of a small spoon for the smaller sauce pans, a mid-size spoon for everyday use, or a large spoon for high volume, rigorous stirring, our wooden utensils will have what you need.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 1.5 x 13 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000Q4P4QU
  • Item model number: FW27
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (147 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #134,847 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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4.1 out of 5 stars

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44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Carmen on June 15, 2009
Style Name: Spoon/LargeSize: Large Verified Purchase
Like all other wooden utensils, it needs some TLC, i.e. mineral oil, or else the surface feels really rough.

I wonder why Amazon doesn't give out the exact dimensions of this product, which is 13.5 inches * 2.5 inches * 1.0 inch.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Carmen on June 15, 2009
Style Name: Turner Verified Purchase
Like all other wooden utensils, it needs some TLC, i.e. mineral oil, or else the surface feels really rough.

I wonder why Amazon doesn't give out the exact dimensions of this product, which is 11.75 inches * 2.75 inches. I thought it would be longer, but well...
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By gh1977 on January 18, 2009
Style Name: Spoon/MediumSize: Medium Verified Purchase
*10 months later update. Do not let these spoons sit in liquid (like soak in water for an hour to get off cheese residue)because the spoons split exposing the seams in the spoon. Wishing they were sealed like my Joyce Chen wooden spoons (that I recommend).

Bought all available sizes of these Calphalon wooden spoons and extremely pleased with the quality and size of the products. Sturdy, thick, solid, and smooth finish.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Pericombobulation53 on February 2, 2012
Style Name: Turner Verified Purchase
Some of the best flavors come from searing meat and then de-glazing all the brown bits from the bottom of the pan. With these brown bits released, you can add stock and cornstarch to make a gravy, or you can add vegetables, liquid (wine, water, stock etc), and put the meat back in and let it cook for a while for a one-pot wonder type of dinner. It's the oldest trick in the book and it makes for a great meal every time.

Now as for those brown bits, you need a flat wooden spoon to scrape them up. It needs to be wooden so that it doesn't get hot, interact with the food, or scratch the bottom of the pan. It needs to be flat because the bottom of the pan is flat. It needs to be sturdy because you may have to apply some pressure and you don't want the darn thing to break. This Calphalon turner fits all 3 criteria.

Also good for other things too of course. Stirring a big pot of soup or spaghetti sauce, or flipping a hunk of fish. There are, however, better tools for flipping fish, and a dirt cheap wooden spoon is generally good enough for spaghetti sauce, so to my mind the biggest reason to buy the Calphalon turner is as a de-glazing tool.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By thundercloud on November 11, 2009
Style Name: Spoon/LargeSize: Large Verified Purchase
My wife likes wooden kitchen utensils. She is very pleased with this one as it is exceptionally heavy duty and well worth the price paid.

UPDATE; We have used this brand quite a bit now and even I, who does not like wooden kitchen utensils, like this brand. They are made of a high quality wood and they are very thick in width. I guess that is how you would say it but the point I'm trying to get across is that this brand will not break or chip very easily. In fact you would have to abuse it a lot to get them to break.

Another thing I have noticed, and this is my main gripe about wooden utensils, is that this brand does not seem to absorb water or food into them nearly as much as the discount store brands. I'm still not 100% sure on that as that's how they appear for now. I'm going to keep an eye on this and if it changes I will post an update. This normally is not a problem if you wash any wooden utensil immediately after use but there are times that this just is not possible and there have been times I have seen the lower quality brands get a permanet stain in them after only a short time of not getting washed. I wind up throwing those away. I want clean food, not food with yesterday's bacteria in it. I'm very picky about food cleanliness.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By FR, AK Phil on November 13, 2013
Style Name: Utensil Set/3 Piece Verified Purchase
All three utensils have a rough finish to them. I've been soaking them in butcher block oil (mineral oil) repeatedly, they came VERY dried out. Still soaking more oil. I haven't sanded them yet....but I think I may have to. They just aren't smooth, so much that you worry about slivers. After sanding and oiling....I'm sure I'll use them for years, but you shouldn't have to do that to a new item.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lynne E. TOP 100 REVIEWER on November 5, 2011
Style Name: Spoon/LargeSize: Large Verified Purchase
Caramelizing sugar for candy, sauces, or ice cream requires heating sugar to 325-350 degrees Fahrenheit. Using a nylon kitchen spoon for this task made me a little nervous, because most nylon cooking utensils are advertised as safe to just 400 degrees Fahrenheit.

As replacements for my nylon spoon, I purchased a Calphalon Wooden Spoon (this product) and a Calphalon Stainless Spoon. I've never liked wooden kitchen utensils, but I like this wooden kitchen spoon very much. Surprisingly, I like it better than the stainless spoon, which is kind of heavy (about 6 ounces), and is noisy when used to stir sauces in a stainless steel saucepan. Also, unlike the stainless spoon, this wooden spoon is safe to use with nonstick cookware.

This featherweight (about 3 ounces) spoon is made of beechwood, and is beautifully shaped and balanced. It's extremely comfortable to pick up, and to hold when you're stirring a sauce or gravy. The handle has a slight curvature, unlike the traditional wooden spoon with round, ramrod-straight handle that you're likely to find at the grocery store (for example, HIC Harold Import Beechwood Spoon 12-Inch). Also, this wooden spoon has another benefit: I finally have the right utensil to use when a recipe says: "Cook, stirring, until thick enough to coat the back of a wooden spoon."

Wooden spoons are not dishwasher safe: they will quickly dry out and split if washed in a dishwasher. Even if they are hand washed, they should be oiled with mineral oil from time to time, to prevent splitting and prolong their useful life.
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