Serving Paddles

Please note that serving utensils are ambidextrous. 

Tines

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An elegant eating tool, made popular in Quebec:
  • Combines the functions of fork and chopsticks
  • Extends your reach for when fingers just won’t do
  • Works like a spring to pick up stir fry, sushi, salad
  • Made from a single piece of maple—no glue or joints
Also use for:
  • Turning canapés on baking sheets
  • Selecting pickles, olives, cherries or nuts
  • Positioning parsley on a platter
  • Extracting vitamins from small bottles
  • Retrieving rogue peppercorns
  • Stirring in a pinch
  • Sizes: 5", 8.5", 10.5", 12.5" / 14 cm, 22 cm, 28 cm, 32 cm

NOTE: Remember you must always squeeze Tines in the middle, so be sure to get the right size. Click here for more information on how to care for your Tines.

Salad Paddles

  • Select a single morsel or serve a small bunch
  • Lift and drain salad ingredients
  • Toss a big salad thoroughly
  • Pick up a patty from the grill
  • Transfer a roast from pan to plate
  • Three serving positions: face-to-face; tips-together; or back-to-front
  • Sizes: 10", 12", 14" / 25 cm, 30 cm, 35 cm

Sweet Scoop

  • Streamlined asymmetrical spoon
  • Shaped for hand and mouth
  • Convenient for sugar, jam, or ice cream
  • Comforting with warm porridge or pudding
  • Gets at bottom of round-bottom jar
  • Does not interact with dental work
  • Combines with spreaders and tines for a complete wooden place setting
  • Sizes: 5.5", 8", 11" / 14 cm, 21 cm, 28 cm

 

Serving Scoop

  • Perfect for serving rice, mashed potatoes, ice cream or risotto.
  • Two models available: shorter and wider or longer and thinner 
  • Sizes: 10.5", 12" / 27 cm, 31 cm

Either Oars

  • Sturdy, strong handles 
  • Use individually for cooking or baking
  • Use face-to-face or back-to-front
  • As a pair, lift, drain and toss a salad 
  • Transfer a roast or chicken from pan to plate
  • Sizes: 10", 12", 14" / 25 cm, 30 cm, 35 cm

Big Dipper

  • A deep ladle to scoop soups, sauces, and stews.
  • Bowl is fragile: if dropped on ceramic floor or left to soak, it will crack.
  • Size: 12" / 31 cm

Long Dipper

  • For pickles or cherries
  • The long handle allows you to reach the bottom of large containers.
  • Size: 13" / 35cm (1tsp)

Little Dipper

  • Used for gravy, small fruits, or coulis.
  • Size: 9" / 23 cm

Salad Scoops

  • Select a single bit or serve a small bunch
  • Drain and serve coleslaw
  • Toss a big salad thoroughly
  • Pick up a patty from the grill
  • Transfer a roast from pan to plate
  • Three serving positions: face-to-face, tips-together, or back-to-front
  • Sizes: 10", 12", 14" / 25 cm, 30 cm, 35 cm

The Little Paddle (Coffee Paddle)

Originally designed as a delicate swizzler for the French Press, it has the perfect bevel, balance, and bounce to spin your coffee grains before pressing.
Also perfect for:
  • Sculling through sauces
  • Fetching a pinch of spice
  • Swirling tall drinks
  • Retrieving tea bags
  • Dipping honey
  • Spreading mustard
  • Kids love to propel their chocolate milk or smooth a bit of spread on bread
  • Sizes: 9”, 10.5”, 13” / 22.5 cm, 27 cm, 33 cm