Friday, May 20, 2011

National Salad Month

Did you know that May is National Salad Month? I didn’t until I started to write this story. Steve and I love salads and try as often as we can to enjoy eating them. The majority of our garden is planted and we have already enjoyed the lettuce and the radishes and look forward to incorporating more of the fresh veggies as the season progresses. We also love to get fresh food from the farmers market when we can. So do you enjoy salads? What kind and what do you put into your salad?

No matter what kind of salad you make it can become a labor of love when you reach for a favorite wooden utensil to stir or toss the ingredients. Steve has several custom-created utensils such as Spoons, pierced and slotted, with straight or arched handles, Salad sets, Icing Blades, Pie Lifters, Olive Scoops, Spurtles and more. The best utensil for the best job. All of these are hand carved from various woods and treated with food safe oil. They are easy to maintain by hand washing (easy for me as I never had a dishwasher) and then a quick towel dry. 

Utensil Assortment
In the picture is a small sample of what we currently have in our inventory with prices starting at $25.00. If you need to feel before you purchase visit us at the Harrisonburg Farmers Market Tuesdays and Saturdays. Too far a drive, email and I will send close up pictures for you. Remember your favorite salad recipe and a WoodArt Studio utensil makes a special gift for the hostess of your next BBQ adventure. Till next week… Dream wood.

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