wooden spoon

 

Wooden Spoon

Wooden Spoon

It won’t melt or leach in to your food like plastic. I prefer them to metal because they don’t transfer heat and will not scratch cookware. Do not leave them soaking in water and be aware that they pick up strong flavors, such as garlic. If you really want to take care of your wooden spoons moisturize them with mineral oil (I don’t).

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  1. […] dish. Place the sugar  in a heavy bottom pan, turn on heat to medium-high. Stir constantly with a wooden spoon until sugar melts and is a dark amber brown. Do not burn. Carefully pour into the round glass dish […]



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