Littledeer™ Serving Scoop
With the success of the first fluid dynamic cooking paddles introduced in 1984, Tom Littledeer and his wife and partner Sharron Wall have continued to introduce innovative, sustainably-produced wooden implements into their range of mapleware™. Every piece goes through individual stages of cutting, routing, shaping, drilling, sanding, tumbling and submersion in food grade mineral oil during the manufacturing process. This serving scoop is perfect for spooning sauce into serving vessels whether on the stovetop or at the table.
Hand wash with mild soap. Dry immediately. Made in Carignan, Québec.
As any concave, carved surfaces are prone to cracking on impact, please avoid dropping or banging this scoop against other hard surfaces. Do not leave this scoop soaking or submerged in liquids for any length of time.
**As with all wood implements, please do not put in the dishwasher.** Hand wash with mild soap. Dry immediately. We recommend a light polishing with Littledeer Beeswax Mapleware Polish every few weeks to ensure the wood stays properly conditioned.
Tom Littledeer and his wife Sharron Wall are committed environmentalists. In addition to donating a percentage of their annual profits to earth-friendly initiatives, the Littledeer's workshop is solar powered and they use almost every scrap of wood generated by the production process for compost in their gardens. Through their Ecodrummers initiative, they engage with the community and with other manufacturers on issues concerning sustainability and the environment.