Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Spoon Oil

Spoon Oil
I gave my spoons some much needed love and affection
with Stephanie's wonderful spoon oil recipe.
Just sitting there early in the morning polishing wooden spoons
was incredibly relaxing and almost therapeutic, I highly recommend it :)

14 Lovely Comments:

Blogger Amy said...

Good morning, Your spoons are breathing a sigh of relief and will thank you for sure. enjoy your day as I am enjoying your blog. Thank you!

3/30/2011 7:31 AM  
Blogger salli s. swindell said...

I think your entire home and every space in it is completely therapeutic!

3/30/2011 7:33 AM  
Blogger Angela Deal Meanix said...

the simple things in life ... most enjoyable. it looks like raw honey.

3/30/2011 7:34 AM  
Blogger Effie said...

I thought it was lemon curd!.... much prefer to use my spoons for that!

Love those little dinky ones!

3/30/2011 7:59 AM  
Anonymous Nelle said...

This is just what all my wooden utensils (and elbows) need! Thanks.

3/30/2011 8:45 AM  
Blogger Stephanie said...

I finally made some of this after seeing your first post on it. I even gave it as Christmas gifts. Not only is it a therapeutic activity and good for your wooden utensils, but your hands end up quite soft in the process!

3/30/2011 9:28 AM  
Anonymous Jennelle said...

Cool, I never ever thought to polish my wooden spoons before!

3/30/2011 9:52 AM  
Blogger Margie Oomen said...

i don't like to use any petroleum products in my home ( mineral oil is a petroleum product, even food grade mineral oil). I just rub them with a little melted beeswax or some almond oil.

3/30/2011 10:28 AM  
Anonymous rosa @ flutterflutter said...

Oh, I love how spring brings home cleaning/upkeep recipes! I'm going to try this, thanks!! I just posted a recipe for cleaning spray the other day on my blog.

3/30/2011 1:42 PM  
Blogger nicole said...

My poor, over-used, much-loved spoons are way overdue! Thanks for the reminder.

3/30/2011 6:53 PM  
Blogger Hanna said...

I oil my wooden kitchen tools (spoons, spatulas, shovels, knives) with turnip rape oil.

3/30/2011 9:34 PM  
Blogger Patty Biermans said...

Your recipe came at the right moment. Just last week I said to mr. Husband that we should do something about the wooden cuttingboards because they have a very rough surface. Thankx for your advice :D Hugzz...Peebee

3/31/2011 2:16 AM  
Blogger Miss Rachel's Pantry said...

that's a wonderful idea!

3/31/2011 5:36 PM  
Blogger amy said...

i love wooden spoons too! i had no idea however that you needed to polish them! thanks!

love
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4/06/2011 3:07 AM  

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