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    Just finished these yesterday from a half log green wood... really like the texture. Butcher's oil as finish.
    Robert
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  • #2
    Hi Robert
    Nice job carving the spoons
    Bruce

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    • #3
      Attractive figure and big enough handles to be comfortable. I'd cook with those.
      How long and how thin is the leading edge?

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      • #4
        Real nice. My favorite kitchen utensil.
        Terry

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        • #5
          Originally posted by rkuzel View Post
          Just finished these yesterday from a half log green wood... really like the texture. Butcher's oil as finish.
          Nice job !!

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          • #6
            I like the shape of both.

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            • #7
              Good looking spoods, Like the grain of the wood Thumbs Up
              . . .JoeB

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Robson Valley View Post
                Attractive figure and big enough handles to be comfortable. I'd cook with those.
                How long and how thin is the leading edge?
                Handle is just a bit under 1/2" thickness, very comfortable. Starting from the neck thickness goes down to about 1/5" so really nice for scraping. I had a third one done before and pushed really hard on it, it hold well, but again, this is green wood.
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                • #9
                  Most of the cedars settle down in drying without much cracking. Your oil finish will slow that down even more.

                  For next time: I have several professional chef friends, back in the city. All of their "paddle-spoons" have large oval
                  holes in them. They claim that they can stir liquids more effectively and little or no splashing.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Robson Valley View Post
                    Most of the cedars settle down in drying without much cracking. Your oil finish will slow that down even more.

                    For next time: I have several professional chef friends, back in the city. All of their "paddle-spoons" have large oval
                    holes in them. They claim that they can stir liquids more effectively and little or no splashing.
                    That's is a very helpful info... I'll try some more as I have several logs... thanks.
                    Robert
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                    • #11
                      Nice shapes and beautiful grain on those spatulas.
                      Keep On Carvin'
                      Bob K.

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                      • #12
                        Might want to rethink the wood choice. Eastern red cedar is highly aromatic. I would only use those as a decoration or such. Your work and grain choice is tops. Good work, just not to sure I would use gorgeous food work.

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