These reusable beeswax food wraps are better than plastic wrap in every way. Simply use your fingers to mold the wrap around the food or container that you wish to cover, and it’ll hold that shape, until you flatten it back out. You can even lift the wrap off of leftovers, and put it back in place without having to reshape it. These soften and get better the more you use them. Hand-wash them in soapy water, and use them again and again.
Dipped in 100% beeswax.
Each set comes with three wraps. Choose from our bowl cover set, which includes (2) 12-inch and (1) 14-inch cover, or our casserole cover set, which includes (2) covers sized to fit 8″ x 8″ and 9″ x 9″ dishes and (1) sized to fit 9″ x 13″ dishes.
Do not put over hot foods or subject wraps to heat. Not dishwasher or microwave-safe. Not recommended for use with meat.
Finally! A hot pad that’s actually big enough to protect your table from hot casserole dishes. Fits up to a 10”x13” dish. Made with three layers of batting, including a layer of insulated batting.
Choose from 12 colors. See second photo for options. Quantities are limited.
Good-quality cutting boards are an investment. Keep them conditioned and protected by applying cutting board butter to them regularly. My cutting board butter is a blend of food-grade mineral oil and beeswax, and is formulated to keep your cutting boards at their best. The mineral oil penetrates the wood to restore moisture, and the beeswax forms a protective coating to help minimize the occurrence of food stains and to keep water and foods from penetrating the wood. Apply a coat whenever your cutting boards feel dry, and you'll greatly extend their life.
Cutting board butter is a great way to bring out the natural beauty of unfinished woods. It can also be used on wooden spoons, rolling pins, butcher blocks, salad bowls and other wooden objects.
What You'll Get: an 8-oz. jar of cutting board butter (packaged in a wide-mouth jar for ease-of-use). If you'd like to buy a smaller amount, check out my wooden spoon butter. It's the same product, sold in a 4-oz. jar.
Keeping up with what's in your freezer can be a real challenge, and it gets even trickier if you have more than one freezer. Did you put that bag of corn in your kitchen freezer or your chest freezer? Right now, you probably dig until you find what you're looking for, or until your fingers get so cold you give up, but there's a better solution. Just order a set of my Freezer Find-It Magnets, and you'll know what's inside your freezer before you even open the door.
Each set comes with 64 magnetic labels, listing all the foods that you're likely to store in your freezer, plus 18 blank labels that you can customize to your needs. As you place items in your freezer, just stick the corresponding magnet on the door, and you'll know what you have and which freezer its in.
Feel like you're always losing things in your chest freezer? These magnets can solve that, too. Just stick each magnet on the side of the freezer the item is on, and you'll know where to start your search.
This tea towel is as pretty as it is practical. It features common kitchen conversions and substitutes, so the next time you have a cooking or baking question, you can reach for your towel, rather than your computer. Need to know how many ounces are in a cup, or how to whip up a quick buttermilk substitute? This towel has you covered.
And because quality matters, these towels are printed on thick cotton-linen canvas, and are generously-sized (measuring in at approximately 15.25″ x 24.75). Your towel will arrive pre-washed, and will only get nicer each time you wash it.
Use this bag to make perfect baked potatoes in the microwave. It only takes eight minutes to bake two potatoes, but they come out tasting like they spent 45 minutes in the oven. The magic is in the special batting that helps to steam the potatoes, so they cook evenly.
Made from 100% cotton fabric, thread and batting. Instructions included. Choose from five fabrics (see second photo for options).
Add a bit of color and vintage flair to your fridge or memo board with these magnets made from vintage milk caps. These are new-old-stock milk caps from the 1940s or 50s – not reproductions. I found them at a yard sale, and turned them into magnets.
Each magnet measures approximately two-inches across (though the sizes do vary a bit), and I have caps for a variety of products – whole milk, chocolate milk, heavy cream – even some for juice. All the things the milk man used to deliver.
Order several, and I'll make sure you get a nice mix of colors and designs.
Show your state pride with one of these fun magnets made from a vintage United States puzzle. Each piece is made of sturdy masonite, and is backed with a heavy-duty magnet. Puzzle pieces vary in size. Just send me an e-mail, if you'd like the measurements for a particular state.
Note: If you don't see a state listed, it's because I'm currently sold out of that state.
Wooden spoons are subjected to a lot of abuse – they're exposed to heat, dipped in all sorts of foods and then plunged in water when you wash them. All things that are bad for wood. Over time that leaves wooden spoons dried out and stained, and eventually causes them to split. Protect your wooden spoons from all of that abuse by conditioning them with my wooden spoon butter. It's made of a blend of food-grade mineral oil and beeswax. The mineral oil nourishes the wood, while the beeswax forms a protective coating to prevent stains and keep water out.
Just apply the wood butter to your wooden spoons, using your fingers or a rag; allow it to soak in for several hours (or overnight). Then, wipe off the excess, and return your wooden spoons to service. Apply a new coat any time your wooden spoons start to feel dry.
My wooden spoon butter works just as well on cutting boards, butcher blocks, rolling pins and wooden salad bowls. And it's great for your hands, too.
What You'll Get: a 4-oz. jar of wooden spoon butter (packaged in a wide-mouth jar for easy access). If you plan to use it on cutting boards, butcher blocks or other large items consider order my cutting board butter. It's the same product in an 8-oz. jar.
This is an heirloom in the making. I've paired a handmade wooden spoon from one of my favorite local crafters with a jar of my wooden spoon butter. These wooden spoons have beautiful graining, and feel just right in your hand. Many of them are even made from wormy wood. I've been using these spoons in my own kitchen for years; now, I want to share them with you.
Order this gift set, and I'll send you a wooden spoon, plus a 4-oz. jar of my wooden spoon butter. My wood butter is made from a blend of beeswax and food-grade mineral oil, so it's just what you need to keep your spoon in top condition.
Since the spoons are handmade, each one is unique.