Jonathan’s Wild Cherry Spoons Review and Giveaway

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I love to cook and experiment with different types of products and equipment. I have several different utensils that I use daily and some not as often. I have to use utensils that won’t ruin my non-stick pans so the variety of what I can use is limited a bit. I discovered Jonathan’s Wild Cherry Spoons and had to try them. Here is some information about Jonathan’s taken off of the website:
Wooden spoons are some of the simplest tools in our homes, yet have an unlimited variety of uses and designs to explore.


My collection of handcrafted cherry wood utensils has evolved over 30 years of experimentation in the woodshop 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.


These utensils are not your average wooden spoons. In my opinion they are works of art. I received a Spiral Spoon, Lazy Spoon with Wiggle Slots and the Spouted Lazy Ladle. The Lazy Spoon and Ladle are awesome because they rest on the edge of your pot or pan. I love the fact that you don’t need a spoon rest with these utensils. The Spiral Spoon can be used to cook with or can be used as a decorative serving spoon. I will admit I am crazy about these products! They are not just functional utensils they are beautiful. I fell in love with them the first time I held one. It is difficult to decide which one is my favorite but I will have to say it is the Spouted Lazy Ladle. I love the way the handle is slightly curved and the ladle is the perfect size; it feels great when you hold it. These utensils are easy to clean and care for. To clean them use a Scotchbrite pad with a little soap and water; you also use coconut oil to condition them and to keep them refreshed. It is not recommended to put them in the dishwasher as they can dry out. Jonathan’s has a vast variety and styles of utensils; they include The Lazy Spoon, Baking and Cooking, Serving, and Wild and Crazy Spoons. You can view all of the products here. They also have a Facebook page you can follow. If you would like to win the Spouted Lazy Ladle please enter below. 

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  1. I don’t think I have a favorite. Maybe this could be it 🙂

  2. I love my spatula!

  3. I have a “mix n chop” by pampered chef. I use it to crumble my meat when I cook it on the stove. It is a lifesaver.

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  4. I love my heat resistant silicone spatulas and whisk!

  5. I like any utensil that does not damage non-stick cookware.

  6. I think my favorite utensil is my silicone tipped tongs. I love that I can flip things in a hot pan and not damage my pans

  7. silicone spatulas!!!! perfection.

  8. mindomatter76 says

    I have a utensil that I bought years ago. I use it everyday when cooking. It is like a mixture of a slotted spoon, and spatula. I wish I could find another one like it!

  9. Diana Burleson says

    I love kitchen stuff, so any utensil is my favorite.

  10. love my spatulas and my scrapper

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  11. silicone spatulas

  12. spatulas. 🙂

  13. Absolutely a spatula… and it looks like I’m not the only one!

  14. Ice cream scooper. Is that even a utensil? lol

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  16. spatula i love em

  17. I love my wooden spoon. I’ve had it forever 🙂

  18. silicone spatula

  19. SuperNeena says
  20. Any thing that doesn’t scratch my pans.

  21. Anything that doesn’t scratch my non-stick pans.

  22. ball wisk

  23. WiMom Mandy says

    I have a set of wooden spoons (some slotted, some squared off) and I LOVE them!

  24. Wooden spoons are my fave.

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