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Wooden tongs of White Oak and Bubinga for turning bacon and serving pasta. Shipping on this item is free till the end of August on all orders to the U.S and Canada. These tongs are a very useful thing to have in the kitchen. I made the first pair for myself after ruining two non stick pans turning my bacon with a fork. They are 12 inches long , 1 1/8 inch wide and the jaws are 2 3/4 inches apart when open. The jaws are made of quarter sawn White Oak and the spring joint is made of Bubinga. You will enjoy how easy these make handling strips of bacon in the pan or especially serving spaghetti. I couldn't get along without mine. You don't have to worry about these damaging your pans. Great for serving pasta dishes. The joint is glued with Titebond type 2 wood glue which is rated safe for contact with food.

Care for these is a little different. Rinse the tips off before food has a chance to dry on. Try not to let them soak in the dishwater for long periods, especially the joint. Otherwise wash in hot, soapy water and towel dry. Treat with mineral or Walnut oil at least once a month or you can get some of our spoon oil beeswax and mineral oil mixture.
Robert Kidd
Gwynne Kidd

wooden salad tongs and pasta servers

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: beeswax, mineral oil, bubinga wood
  • Ships worldwide from Colorado, United States
  • Feedback: 2633 reviews
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