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Designed in Denmark. Made by Nature!
All Scanwood products are produced from sustainable European sources. Creating an eco friendly product with no carbon footprint!
ScanWood designs and produces elegant wooden kitchen utensils and gift items, made from beech, olivewood, and maple. All of their products feature a functional and classic design. All ScanWood's products come from sustainable European sources are made through an environmentally friendly process. Wood products as opposed to all other raw materials, are eco friendly and have a zero carbon footprint. Beechwood is a hard wood and it is widely available in most European countries. This forest area is increasing .7% each year, which after 10 years will equal to the area of Ireland!
The Swedish version of baked potatoes. These baked potato fans were popularized as the namesake dish of the restaurant at the Hasselbacken Hotel in Stockholm, Sweden. This baked potato has a wonderful seasoned crispy crust which goes well with roasts and baked fish. This looks like a very fancy side dish, but is actually easy to do. In the oven the potato fans out slightly and leaves a crunchy texture all over its surface, which is quite unique.
The Scanwood Hasselback Swedish Potato Board is constructed of solid Beechwood which is both hard and durable while also being light weight. The potato board helps create a dish that is perfect if you want to add a little flair to your presentation without the hassle of actually working very hard. The perfect addition to any kitchen. The ScanWood Potato board is both elegant in design and wonderful to use! Beech Wood Series is available in an entire range of utensils.
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This works great for making Hasselback potatoes. You can slice much faster because you know that you won't cut all the way through. Such a simple thing, but works great!Published 5 months ago by Laurie J. Miller