I have a handful of these wooden spoons in my kitchen for cooking and photo ops. Love them. On Rusty's very first trip to Marrakesh, he got off the overnight train from Tangier, stumbled through town and went through the Djemaa el Fna where there are gobs of food courts. He and a friend sat down to eat and they were handed these spoons. It was love at first sight, "So we went on a mission to find them in them," says Rusty. Clearly, a successful adventure.
These wooden spoons are super hand-crafted and have a rough finish. They measure about 7" long, so are good for stirring or serving. I hand wash mine in hot soapy water and appreciate the patina, though I would not run these through a dishwasher. They come in a set of three.