Hand-Carved Scrambled Eggs Spatula
Emily Brock is a third generation woodworker learning her craft from her father who is a sculptural furniture artist. He learned from his grandfather who was a wooden staircase maker. Based in Nashville, Emily uses local Tennessee hardwoods like black walnut and spalted maple for lasting durability. In the past, woodworking was a hobby for Emily, as she was working as a chef and baker so she understands the ergonomic importance of cooks tools and aims to make heirloom and lasting wooden tools that are sculptural and durable, but that also encourage slowing down while cooking and enjoying each step in the creation of a meal.
Amazing faceted and angled shape is unlike any spatula you'll ever find. Emily envisions it making scrambled eggs because it is perfect for scrambling and serving but it can be used to cook many things in the pan. In the photograph you can see the smooth back on the zircote spatula on the left and also the faceted face of the walnut spatula on the right. Both utensils have a smooth back and faceted face.
10.5" long, 4" wide