Wood Honey Stick
This original honey stick must have been designed by a bee, as the honeycomb design holds honey the way nature intended. Drizzle or spread honey with the ends of the stick. Perfect for spreading honey on challah and apples for Rosh Hashanah, signifying our hope for a sweet New Year. Handcrafted in Pennsylvania, a portion of the sales are donated to the bees in an effort to teach and help with Colony Collapse Disorder.
Love your honey stick and it will love you back! With proper care, your new Jonathan’s® Wild Cherry Spoon will last a lifetime. The color of the stick will deepen with use and with age; its beauty goes beyond skin deep, becoming the cherished utensil that we always reach for – embodying the internal beauty of usefulness.
Jonathan never works around chemicals, polyurethanes, plastics or polymers. He and his spoon helpers cut their spoons from the best Pennsylvania Cherry Wood they can find, then creatively sand them, always considering how they will work while cooking or serving. They oil their spoons with food grade mineral oil.
Jonathan recommends that you scrub them with a Scotchbrite pad using soap and warm water. Occasionally oil them with natural coconut oil using a paper towel or cloth to keep them looking their best.
Materials: renewable Pennsylvania cherry wood, oiled with food grade mineral oil
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Meet the Artist: Jonathan Simons
Wooden spoons are some of the simplest tools in our homes, yet have an unlimited variety of uses and designs to explore. Jonathan's collection of handcrafted cherry wood utensils has evolved over 35 years of experimentation in the woodshop and kitchen. Use them at the stove or on the table. Jonathan hopes that you will enjoy the balance, function and quality he has built into every utensil and that they will serve you with pleasure for many years.Learn More